Job Description Elliot Health System is the largest provider of comprehensive healthcare services in Southern New Hampshire. The cornerstone of EHS is Elliot Hospital, 296-bed acute care facility located in Manchester. Established in 1890, Elliot Hospital offers Southern New Hampshire communities caring, compassionate and professional patient service. POSITION SUMMARYUnder the general direction of the Director, Clinical Engineering and the direct supervision of the Clinical Engineering Supervisor. With minimal supervision, perform a variety of preventive maintenance, functional and electrical safety tests, calibration and repairs to assure the safe and proper functioning of hospital biomedical electronic/electromechanical equipment and other devices as directed. KEY RESPONSIBILITIESWork as required at all Elliot Health Systems facilities.Performs all testing procedures according to specified standards, policies and procedures.Implements the preventive maintenance program utilizing general and specific types of test equipment and procedures. Coordinates repair with outside firms as directed.Assists in the review/revision of IPM program documentation system, department policies/procedures and service contract reviews.Maintains, calibrates and repairs biomedical equipment. Selects and requisitions needed parts. Removes and/or disconnects hazardous equipment as necessary.Assists in the installation of new equipment.Documents all work performed according to department policies and procedures. Generates reports from PC database as required using Microsoft Word and Excel.Assists in the training of medical staff concerning the potential hazards of the equipment and proper equipment operation. Assists in the investigation of special application problems as directedAssists in the training of co-workers including but not limited to equipment operation, repair, documentation and other areas of department operations.Maintains work areas in a clean, safe and organized manner.REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLSTime Management skills.Knowledge of medical and electronic terminology.Ability to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word.Ability to plan and perform a wide variety of duties requiring general knowledge of policies and procedures applicable within area. Requires considerable judgment to work independently; toward general results, devising methods, modifying or adapting standard procedures to meet different conditions, making decisions based on precedent and policy.Maintains current knowledge of applicable codes/standards and medical equipment functions.Ability to work in an environment such as: emergency rooms, intensive care units, and surgical rooms where ill patients may be present and various medical procedures may be in progress.Ability to work with frequent interruptions and respond appropriately to unexpected situations.Posses the ability to work on a wide variety of medical equipment including: laboratory equipment, or surgical and anesthesia medical equipment.EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/LICENSUREEducation: Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology or Biomedical Technology A preferred. Combination of equivalent training and experience will be considered.Experience: Five(5) plus years biomedical electronic technician experience preferred.Certification/Licensure: Valid driver s license required.Software/Hardware: Ability to use various test equipment frequently used in the Healthcare Technology Management profession as well as a Computer Maintenance Management Software (CMMS). Knowledge in Microsoft Word and Excel.OTHER REQUIREMENTSSchedule: Generally Monday through Friday, day shift; occasional requirements to adjust schedule to work weekends, overtime and or second shift to complete assigned work; periodic overnight travel to attend training schools and symposiums. Participate in the on-call program as directed.Other: Proof of auto mobile insurance required. Motor vehicle background report will be conducted.