Job Family: Technical
Series: Technical Equipment
Job Group: 4101
This title is part of a career progression within the Technical Equipment Series consisting of Biomedical Equipment Technician and Biomedical Equipment Technician Senior.
Perform general to specialized technical functions related to complex medical/surgical equipment and instrumentation in support of University services to designated member facilities.
The duties listed are not all-inclusive. Duties assigned to individual employees may vary.
Perform general to specialized technical
functions related to complex medical/surgical equipment and
instrumentation in support of University services to designated member
facilities; use judgment in prioritizing work activities and in
decisions regarding application of technical protocols; install,
operate, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair highly specialized and
complex monitoring systems, instrumentation, and biomedical and related
electronic medical equipment in a health care or university environment
that at times may be highly charged, with limited guidance; review and
analyze facility design and layout, equipment, and procedures;
recommend solutions for operational stability or improvements to
achieve maximum effectiveness of services.
Provide on-site services; inspect new and repaired equipment; assist in or develop test protocols; prepare recommendations and facilitate implementation of enhancements or modifications to ensure equipment safety, optimum performance, and compliance with University and regulatory requirements; participate in area safety training.
Provide information and collaborate with internal and external constituents and clients; interpret and communicate highly technical information and provide instruction and guidance related to equipment operation based on a thorough knowledge and understanding of departmental and University policies and procedures and specialized technical functional area; provide equipment monitoring support during specific procedures.
Provide database maintenance; create and maintain database files; document, track and review testing information; prepare related reports.
May operate University vehicle on/off campus.
May provide functional supervision to designated employees and/or affiliates.
Education and experience equivalent to:
Associate's degree in a related or specialized field and four to five years' related experience required. A valid Vermont driver's license or ability to obtain and driver's check may be required.