Clinical Engineer Tech
Department: IT CLINICAL ENGINEERING OPS
Status: Full Time
The Clinical Engineer Technician ensures diagnostic/therapeutic or electronics equipment meets manufacturers specifications for safe and proper use by the performance of routine safety inspections, scheduled maintenance (SM), calibrations, repairs, updates, etc. of assigned equipment. Provides troubleshooting and repair solutions to equipment hardware and software issues.
Associates degree in a technical area of study required. High School Diploma or equivalent and two (2) years of directly related work experience may substitute for the Associates degree (in addition to the requirements listed in the Experience section).
Two (2) years of directly related work experience in repair/support of medical equipment/electronic/computerized systems.
Performs pre-procurement evaluations and support assessments on new devices and systems.
Utilizes available service literature and other pertinent resources for completing repairs, PMs, software/hardware upgrades/enhancements and other support needs as required by regulatory agencies and device manufacturers.
Monitors rental and other non-hospital owned devices for compliance with corporate safety policies.
Assists the Clinical Engineering/IT Operations team in effectively supporting and maintaining mission critical medical/electronic equipment and IT systems and networks.
Analyzes, resolves and documents problems associated with medical devices/systems hardware and software.
Install and configure hardware and software components.
Perform tests on new hardware and software.
Completes all repairs, SMs and other support activity documentation in order to comply with the standards of the FDA, The Joint Commission and other regulatory and accrediting agencies and to fulfill departmental requirements.
Communicates information regarding repair status of assigned equipment to appropriate medical personnel in the using department and escalates delay issues to the CE Supervisor as needed.
Receives intermediate training and exposure on the repair and maintenance of medical or electronic equipment systems and accessories, as well as other supporting hardware to include computers, networks, databases and other types of IT systems and associated medical or electronic device software.
Assists with the coordination of integrating supported medical/electronic devices and systems to the hospital IT systems and networks.
Supports and maintains relationships with all organizational departments including IT units to ensure that Clinical Engineering and IT delivered services and end-user productivity goals are understood and exceeded.
May have limited access to areas storing medications in order to maintain and support assigned equipment.
Maintains reasonably regular, punctual attendance consistent with Orlando Health policies, the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards.
Maintains compliance with all Orlando Health policies and procedures.
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