Facility: The University of Kansas Hospital - Main Campus
Department: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Schedule: Full Time
Work among the best. We are a top 25 employer in the metro area offering a wide array of career opportunities within our organization. We have a leading reputation for patient care, medical education, research, and community service. We value and respect the talented, committed, and diverse people who make up our hospital; they are our most important strength. In addition to being the best place to work, the hospital offers competitive wages and an outstanding benefit package.
We currently have an opening for a Biomedical Equipment Tech III.
Demonstrates ability to repair, install, maintain, calibrate, and inspect a diverse range of therapeutic and diagnostic biomedical instrumentation and equipment.
Performs preventive maintenance and electrical safety testing of clinical equipment, devices, and systems.
Diagnose and correct system and equipment malfunctions.
Maintain accurate documentation on new equipment, inspections, and equipment repairs and failures.
Provide technical assistance and instruction on equipment operation and maintenance to clinical staff.
High school diploma required; Associates and/or Bachelor's degree in electronics/biomedical preferred.
Knowledge of electronic theory, technology, and test equipment.
Knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology as applied to the use of biomedical equipment.
Knowledge of color code conventions used in component and wiring marking.
Knowledge of general software applications such as e-mail, database management, word processor and spreadsheets.
Ability to analyze, repair, and test electronic and electromechanical equipment.
Ability to maintain accurate record of repairs, calibrations and tests.
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