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Lead Biomed Tech

Spalding Medical Center • Griffin, Georgia • Day Shift • Full Time • JR-17394


This position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the System Administration & Engineering team which is made up of various admins/engineers supporting Windows, Linux and AIX environments.

  • Full Time
  • Day Shift
  • 6+ years of experience

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  • Adaptable
  • Detail Oriented
  • Collaborative
  • Problem Solver
  • Inventive

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Job Details

Facility: Spalding Medical Center

Job Summary:

The BioMedical Team Lead guides and directs the technicians while working under the supervision of BioMedical Engineering Leadership. Duties include but are not limited to: Demonstrate knowledge of safe and approved troubleshooting techniques on medical devices. Read schematics and service manuals, consult with vendors and service representatives to assist in troubleshooting. Utilize test equipment and complete complex repairs in a time and cost-effective manner with patient safety as the primary focus. Document work performed and any significant performance data accurately and in a timely manner. Provide leadership during project planning and equipment implementations. The Team Leader also serves as an advisor to administrative, medical, and clinical staff in the safe use and proper operation of clinical equipment and aids in the selection process for new equipment.

Core Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

Responds to service calls to evaluate, diagnose, and perform corrective and preventive maintenance on complex biomedical equipment in their field of discipline. Coordinates work performed by service contractors and vendors, including maintenance and inspection, repair, calibration, installation and performance verification and completion of documentation of service. Serves as a technical advisor to clinical personnel in the purchase of new instrumentation, designing of new systems, and modifying systems to meet special needs. Performs installation and deinstallations of equipment and other special projects. Demonstrates advanced knowledge of required safety precautions in the operation and maintenance of clinical equipment. Documents all repair, maintenance, installation, and other activity in a timely fashion using the departments equipment management software and other mechanisms as needed. Coordinates with WellStar IT in support of planning, installation and servicing networked medical devices and systems. Demonstrates an intermediate knowledge of internet protocols and networked systems. Prepares and presents instructional material and conducts training in the techniques and methods of operation, problem diagnosis, and safe operation of medical systems for physicians, nurses, and allied health personnel. Serves as a customer relations representative for the department, correcting service deficiencies within the positions scope of responsibility and relaying other issues to the Program Manager. Has working knowledge of and appropriate interaction with other support departments necessary for performing the BioMedical Department function. Maintains and demonstrates knowledge of current regulations and standards for biomedical equipment, technology developments, and System/facility/Department quality and performance improvement efforts. Uses this knowledge in the daily effort within the Department. Performs delegated functions of the BioMedical Engineering Department as delineated in the Medical Equipment Management Program Policies and Procedures Manual. Ensures proper care and accountability of Department, facility and peer tools and exercises judicious use of Department parts, supplies and other resources.

Required Minimum Education:

Associate's Degree Required or
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Related Field, or Equivalent Military Service Training

Required Minimum License(s) and Certification(s):
All certifications are required upon hire unless otherwise stated.

    Additional License(s) and Certification(s):

    A+ Certification or Net+ Certification Required and
    CCNA Certification Required or
    CBET Certification Required or
    PMP Certification Required or
    Equivalent Related Certification

    Required Minimum Experience:

    7+ years of experience in supporting medical devices and systems in a hospital environment.

    Required Minimum Skills:

    proficient in Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Capable of interpreting building architectural and systems drawings and information.
    Able to compose and deliver presentations regarding medical devices and systems to clinical staff.

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