The Biomedical Technician I supports the goals of Norwalk Hospital by providing repair service and maintenance on all medical equipment which is used to provide patient care, and coordinates these services to ensure compliance with TJC and government regulations.
Associates degree in Biomedical Electronic Technology preferred. Minimum 3 years military training in electronics or electromechanical operations or ASEE; Minimum experience of 3 years servicing laboratory equipment is preferred. BMET certification desired. A+ Certification and/or Network Certification.
Manual dexterity, correctable vision to 20/40, ability to track projects and estimate completion times - follow thru on all tasks. Mid level to expert PC skills and knowledge of ethernet and LAN troubleshooting. Duties involve medium to heavy physical effort. Physical demand requirements are in excess of
those for light work. Work involves exerting from 10 to 35 pounds of force to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects; Bending/stooping - some tight quarter work - some potential blood/body fluid exposure. Occasional overtime required - minimum travel - most important mental demand is tracking parts and job follow-up until completion - major emphasis on documentation of all work performed from planned PM's ,emergency repairs or routine inspections.