Medical Equipment Repairer
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Jobs
Medical Equipment Repairers Jobs
Repairs and maintains patient care equipment devices, instruments, systems and related technologies to minimize downtime, maximize resources and ensure safe, operational, performance characteristics for patients, associates and physicians.
Analyzes, troubleshoots, repairs and services complex diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices using established electronic test and measurement equipment and techniques.
Installs, calibrates, and test new medical electronic devices and/or systems.
Performs scheduled preventative maintenance, performance assurance, calibration of safety testing on complex clinical equipment items, devices and systems using specialized test equipment, tools, simulation devices and phantoms.
Performs rounding throughout facility and interacts with clinical staff to proactively to insure needs are being met and address questions and safety issues.
Documents and maintains accurate records of all inspections, repairs, adjustments, etc. performed on all equipment.
Assists with projects, as assigned, related to refurbishment, relocation or modification of medical equipment, devices, instruments and systems.
Requests and/or orders necessary repair or spare parts according to established procedures and contract relationships. Makes recommendations for capital equipment replacements to Clinical Engineering Leadership.
Interacts with manufacturer's representatives to obtain the necessary technical product information. Reviews technical literature, service manuals, trade publications and other biomedical service related documents to stay current with medical equipment related service and regulatory issues.
Communicates with Clinical Education regarding any new technology that may require their involvement.
Participates in both internal and external educational programs through professional associations, technical training courses, and seminars to develop and maintain the required current technical aptitude.Scheduled Hours
1st shift FT
Licenses & Certifications
A valid drivers license issued by the Division of Motor Vehicles.
Associate's Degree in Electronics.
Required Functional Experience
Typically requires 5 years of experience in preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, design and modification of biomedical equipment. May consider less experience
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office or similar products (primarily Word and Excel). Basic knowledge of networking technology. Use of personal vehicle for travel to various sites is required/ expected.
Job ID: 4851945593253997757
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53233