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Biomedical Maint Mech

Requisition #: 509509
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21201
Category: Non-Clinical Professional
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: April 20, 2022

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Requisition #: 509509

Location: 1800 Orleans Nelson Bldg. Baltimore, MD 21287

Shift:

Full Time (40 hours)

Day Shift; 7:00am - 3:30pm

Non-Exempt

Job Summary:

Reports to BMET Supervisor and performs scheduled and unscheduled repair, calibration, and inspection services on mechanical, hydraulic, and electro-mechanical medical equipment, such as beds, mechanical scales, electro-mechanical lifts, stretchers, OR tables, wheelchairs, imprinters, portable suction devices and other general and specialty electro-mechanical equipment.
Performs maintenance, installation, component and board-level repair work on complex electro-mechanical equipment, systems and components. This work is performed under general supervision and using the tools and techniques of electrical technology.

Education:

High school diploma or equivalent.
Successful completion of Certificate program in a department-approved Electronics program at a vocational or technical school, college, or apprenticeship sponsor organization.

Licensure/Certifications:

None

Experience:

5 years of relevant electro-mechanical-fluidics experience

Knowledge/Skills:

  • Applies medical terminology, electrical and safety knowledge indicated herein.
  • Safely uses tools and equipment indicated herein.
  • Demonstrated ability to solve problems and manage information indicated herein.
  • Demonstrated ability to test, troubleshoot and repair the most complex electro-mechanical-fluidics basedmedical equipment and devices at an electronic component/subsystem level Such as electronic component/board-level replacement to patient beds, and OR surgical tables involving controls, power supply, interface, and CPU subsystems and hydraulic cylinder/manifold rebuilds to OR tables.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop training modules for equipment users on equipment safe use and care knowledge, and co-workers on effective and efficient repair techniques.
  • Interpret schematics, wiring diagrams, operational specifications and illustrative drawings.
  • Establish effective working relationships with other medical technicians, nursing and medical staff, hospital management, and vendor service representatives across JHM.
  • Identifies and avoids hazards as indicated by warning labels, signage, lights, and other warning devices.
  • Performs work within reasonable lengths of time as measured against trade, industry or engineered standards.
  • Successful completion of various manufacturer sponsored service training courses:
  • ICU/Med-Surg bed repair, general purpose and specialty OR Table repair
  • Demonstrated proficiency with various electro-mechanical medical equipment operations and hospital operating procedure.
  • Demonstrated advanced knowledge of safety rules, procedures and practices, including the proper use of safety and test equipment as defined by industry standards.
  • Proficient knowledge of computer applications (PC - and network-based), including Windows, departmental E-mail, and custom Clinical Engineering Services database.
  • Advanced knowledge of electrical and electronic theory including discreet components, integrated circuits, microprocessors, and medical equipment.
  • JCAHO requirements, Title 22 and FDA requirements relating to hospital equipment licensing requirements and patient care.

Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.

Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.

We are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for our patients, visitors and staff members. The Johns Hopkins Hospital has a tobacco-free at work policy. Employees must refrain from using any tobacco products during their work shifts — including while at lunch or on breaks, and whether they are on or off campus.

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