Job ID: 132713
Greater Salt Lake area
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Being a part of Intermountain Healthcare means joining with a world-class team of over 32,000 employees and embarking on a career filled with opportunities, strength, innovation, and fulfillment. Our mission is: excellence in the provision of healthcare services to communities in the Intermountain region.
Our patients deserve the best in medicine, and we deliver. Intermountain Healthcare, a nationally renowned healthcare organization, has two openings for an Imaging Service Engineer I. Both positions are located in the Urban Central Region (Salt Lake City area). Relocation assistance is available. Competitive benefits and salary available.
The Imaging Service Engineer I performs basic technical and advisory work in the repair, maintenance and calibration of general diagnostic and/or therapeutic and ancillary imaging devices or systems. In conjunction with the Imagining Service Engineer II/Imaging Service Engineer III or radiation physicist, performs quality assurance testing and calibration.
Job duties include (but are not limited to) the following:
1. Analyzes, troubleshoots and repairs diagnostic and/or therapeutic and ancillary imaging equipment systems utilizing established electronic tests and measurement equipment and techniques.
2. Performs scheduled maintenance, calibrations, and/or modifications on imaging equipment and/or ancillary imaging devices, in accordance with department procedures, manufacturers' recommendations, physicist's specifications and/or other applicable codes and standards.
3. Assists in the training of medical and clinical staff on the safe and proper use of complex imaging equipment and/or ancillary imaging devices. Provides operational and technical advice on these systems. Interacts with clinical staff on a regular basis to insure needs are being met.
4. Acts as a technical resource for Biomedical Technicians and Imaging Technicians on devices where specialized training or expertise has been gained through seminars, conferences, training, or experience.
5. Documents and maintains accurate records of all inspections, repairs, adjustments, and other services performed on all imaging equipment and/or ancillary imaging devices.
6. Installs or assists in the installation of new imaging equipment, ancillary imaging devices, modifications, tubes, transformers, etc.
7. May assist imaging staff in the selection process for new equipment purchases and installations.
8. Requests/orders necessary repair and spare parts according to established procedures and contract relationships.
9. 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.
10. May be required to perform outlined duties and share expertise across sites and regions as needed.
May be required to perform outlined duties and share expertise across sites and regions as needed.
Entry Rate: $26.67
Benefits Eligible: Yes: health, dental, vision, etc.
Additional Details: This is for two positions. We will be hiring two Imaging Service Engineers I for the Urban Central Region (Salt Lake City area). Travel is required between Intermountain Healthcare facilities in the Salt Lake Valley. General Biomedical experience is acceptable.
Associate's Degree and one (1) or more years of progressively responsible experience with imaging equipment and/or ancillary imaging device service, which includes analog imaging devices and networking technology and electronic practices (preferably biomedical or Imaging Service training). Degree must be obtained through an accredited institution. Education is verified. (May substitute equivalent military education) OR five (5) years of progressively responsible experience with imaging equipment and/or ancillary imaging device service, which includes analog imaging devices and networking technology and electronic practices (preferably biomedical or Imaging Service training).
Demonstrated high level of proficiency and knowledge in the repair and maintenance of multi-vendor imaging systems and devices
Experience using word processing, spreadsheet, database, internet and e-mail and scheduling applications
Demonstrated high level of proficiency and knowledge of networking technology
Experience in a role requiring a demonstrated ability to successfully work on several projects concurrently
Experience in a role requiring a high level of professionalism, interpersonal and communication skills
Valid state driver's license
At least three years of experience serving medical equipment
Experience with service of imaging ancillary devices
Certification by the International Certification Commission for Radiology Equipment Specialists (CRES)
All positions subject to close without notice
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