Manager, Biomedical Engineering University of Maryland Medical Center – Baltimore, MD
WHAT YOU WILL DO: Under minimal supervision, directs and coordinates the work of Biomedical Engineering Technicians assigned to the Clinical Engineering department, who repair and maintain medical equipment and radiographic/fluoroscopic equipment, including safety testing, and routine maintenance and repair. Establishes and implements departmental related policies and equipment testing procedures. Works in conjunction with superiors to develop work standards.
WHAT YOU NEED TO BE SUCCESSFUL:
Associate's degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Electronics Technology or a related discipline or commensurate combination of education and experience, is required.
Minimum of five years of technical experience, performing clinical or biomedical equipment installation, testing and repair on (all types of medical and related) instrumentation. In addition, one year lead worker or supervisory experience, overseeing the work of lower level maintenance workers is desired.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of electronics or biomedical engineering technology as applied to the calibration and repair of biomedical equipment and instrumentation
Knowledge of industry standards and regulations, such as, JCAHO, National Electrical Code, and OSHA/MOSH, regarding operation and maintenance of all types of medical equipment, and ability to apply such standards
Ability to demonstrate use and maintenance or medical equipment for training purposes, and to perform calibration, repair and maintenance of medical equipment using specialized test equipment
Familiarity with basic anatomy and physiology as applied to the use and operation all types of medical equipment used in clinical areas.
We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.