Biomedical Engineering Technician Specialist
Perform preventive maintenance on diagnostic imaging equipment such as MRI, CT, IR (Interventional Radiology), Angiography, General X-Ray, and Ultrasound.
Repair, install, maintain, calibrate, and inspect diagnostic imaging equipment such as MRI, CT, IR (Interventional Radiology), Angiography, General X-Ray, and Ultrasound.
Maintain documentation to specifications set forth in CE Equipment Management Plan with the goal of being compliant with CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) and TJC (The Joint Commission) standards.
Serve as a resource to user departments by providing assistance and instruction on proper use of diagnostic imaging equipment.
Maintain educational requirements to perform stated duties listed previously, including, but not limited to, attending service schools for diagnostic imaging equipment, providing and receiving OJT (on the job training). Service schools can be as long as 3 - 4 weeks generally held outside the state of Michigan.
Associate’s degree in biomedical equipment technology or equivalent (such as military biomed training). Minimum of 5 years of experience in the biomedical field repairing and supporting a wide variety of medical equipment.
Certificate in Basics in Radiology Equipment course (such as RSTI) or the equivalent in background and experience with a diagnostic imaging service provider (OEM or third party service, or in house service). Minimum of 4 years of experience in the field of diagnostic imaging systems repair and support.
Occasional overnight travel to multi-day training schools may be required.
Hours are 7:00am – 3:30pm / Monday - Friday
Primary job site is at the main hospital in Ann Arbor. May travel to other sites as needed.
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