Clinical Engineer II
St. Vincent's Medical Center - Bridgeport, CT

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Associate Degree required
  • Valid CT driver's license required
  • The Biomedical Equipment Technician II (BMET II) is required to install, inspect, troubleshoot, repair, calibrate, and verify the performance of complex biomedical equipment with minimal supervision. The individual should be competent in the use of all applicable test equipment and tools required in the performance of these duties. The BMET II may serve as technical advisor to the medical and clinical staff in the safe operation and use of clinical equipment. This position also assists in developing specifications for the selection of new clinical equipment. The individual demonstrates adherence to the TriMedx core values in all professional interactions by showing respect to all people, creating real value, initiating meaningful change, and exhibiting integrity. An Associates degree in a technical/electronics field or equivalent military training and a minimum of 3 years experience working with biomedical equipment in a clinical engineering environment are required. Technical Certification (CBET) strongly preferred. Complex computer skills including the ability to administrate a system, interpret error codes, defragment hard-drives, replace power supplies, and interpret computer codes; ability to integrate information from a variety of sources; excellent interpersonal and customer service skills; and strong written, verbal, presentation, and communication skills are required. The BioMed II is frequently required to reach, pull, and/or employ fine motor skills during the installation, servicing, and maintenance of medical equipment; frequently required to bend, crouch, kneel, climb, balance, or otherwise maneuver body while servicing and inspecting medical equipment; frequently required to operate tools/machinery that uses hand and/or foot controls (drills, saws, electronic test equipment, etc.) when servicing medical equipment; and frequently required to lift, carry, or otherwise move up to 50 lbs while working with medical equipment. Valid CT drivers license required; variable travel requirements depending on primary site that may require use of personal vehicle. ~cb~

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