Biomedical Electronic Tech
Job Code: 4503
The Biomedical Electronic Tech is responsible for maintaining and repairing biomedical electronics equipment.
INTEGRIS Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
The Biomedical Electronic Tech responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Performs preventative maintenance, including safety tests, on medical equipment/systems used to monitor, diagnose and treat patients.
- Troubleshoots, identifies source of problem to board or component level as appropriate, and repairs electronic, pneumatic, electromechanical, and mechanical equipment. Ensures equipment performs in accordance with manufacturers published specification prior to returning unit to operation.
- Maintains records of work performed including preventative maintenance forms and labels; repair, installation, removal, and modification work orders; incoming inspection forms; and other records.
- Recommends purchase of equipment, material and supplies for use in his/her and in other departments.
- Assists in the planning, implementation and integration of diagnostic, therapeutic and monitoring equipment installations
- Works closely with clinicians regarding the techniques and diagnostic performance of the equipment.
The Biomedical Electronic Tech reports to the Manager Clinical Engineering
Required Physical Demands:
Keyboarding/Dexterity: Frequently; activity exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time
Standing/Walking: Frequently; activity exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time
Strength (Lift/Carry/Push/Pull): Heavy (Exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects)
Talking (Must be able to effectively communicate verbally): Yes
Color Acuity (Must be able to distinguish and identify colors): No
This position may have additional or varied physical demand and/or respiratory fit test requirements. Please consult the Physical Demands Project SharePoint site or contact Risk Management/Employee Health for additional information.
Potential for exposure to infections and communicable diseases, blood and body fluids, electrical equipment, chemicals. Must follow standard precautions. Exposure to hazardous materials or substances such as Ethylene Oxide, Nitrous Oxide, or Formaldehyde; exposure to lethal high voltages present in equipment maintained.
- High school diploma or certification of equivalency.
- Training requires formal, industrial, or military training in basic and advanced electronics theory and in physiology, chemistry, and biomedical electronics to the equivalent of 64 semester hours with specific electronics training in sold state devices, digital theory and techniques, and microprocessor applications.
- One year experience employed as a biomedical equipment technician in a hospital, clinic or industrial setting.
INTEGRIS is a not-for-profit organization and the state's largest private Oklahoma-owned health system with nearly 9,000 employees working...