-Coordinate inspection and installation of incoming equipmen t as required
-May be asked to assist with developing specifications for equipment purchases.
-May be requir ed to coordinate the work performed by service contractors and vendors to include maintenance,
calibration, installation and verification of service documentation.
-Conduct departmental traini ng sessions as required covering safe operation and maintenance of equip ment for
Biomedical Equipment Techs
-Independent ly coordinate and manage projects, both routine and complex, from start to completion, performing
any necessary communication and follow- up with construction and clinical departments.
-Examples of devices assigned for maintenance are: Intra-Aor tic Balloon pumps, Left Ventricular assist devices,
Co mplex monitoring systems including knowledge of network architecture, Sp ecialized systems such as Anesthesia, Dialysis, sterilization
Team Leaders provide managerial support, by perform ing the following tasks:
-Approve / disapprove PTO time and send to Operations Manager
-Monitor completion of Preventive and Corrective Maintenance to department standards
-Monitor technician productivity
-Monitor the dai ly work load of technicians and assign/ reassign work as necessary.
-Assign Preventive Maintenance actions to technicians on a monthly basis.
-Collaborate with different department s to resolve issues and improve workflow processes within the depa rtment.
-Assist in performing competency assess ments
-Monitor cleanliness of work spaces and adherenc e to infection control procedures and use of PPE
-Ensu re parts are received into system accurately
-Monitor adherence to parts ordering process
-Assist in validat ing inspection procedures
-Assist Operations Manager i n developingdepartmental training plan
-Provide input regarding performance of team members
-Other projects and duties as assigned by the Operations Manager.
Per form other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
All of Biomedical Equipment Technician, plus the f ollowing:
Ability to coordinate complex projects and p rioritize tasks.
Ability to work without direct superv ision.
Significant knowledge of Duke University Health System and departmental policies and procedures.
Possesses advanced knowledge of codes, standards and compliance issues relating to the Clinical Engineering profession.
Advanced knowledge of the safety precautions applicable to the operation and maintenance of clinical equipment.
Possesses intermediate knowledge of internet protocols an d networked systems.
Abilit y to independently seek out resources and work collaboratively
Ability to provide coaching and mentoring to Level I and II tec hnicians.
Associates Degree in Electronics or Biomedical Equipment Technology or Military specific medical equipment repair certification is required. Two years of military training in electronics or vocational training in electronics may substitute for the degree requirement.
A minimum of five years of experience as a Biomedical Equipment experience. Technician. CBET or CLES certification may substitute for two years of
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
A valid North Carolina driver's license with a good driving record. Qualify as a candidate for certification as a CBET or CLES by AAMI (Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation)
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