This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information
Experience and Education
Associate's degree or five (5) years of experience in electronic technology.
Completes 100% of PM's on Life Support Equipment each month.
As service calls are received the technician will respond in 5-10 minutes.
Keep clinical staff aware of repair status if parts must be ordered to repair medical equipment.
Keep all TJC and FDA documentation up to date.
Repair all Medical Equipment in a very timely manner.
Adheres to assigned work schedule and attendance guidelines.
Adds new equipment to his/her daily assignments with out a problem.
Takes service calls in other buildings without a problem.
Acts as Lead Biomedical Technician by assisting lower level employees with more complex or difficult tasks. Is perceived as the subject matter expert in biomedical problem determination, maintenance, and repair.
Installs, repairs, and maintains all clinical biomedical equipment and instrumentation used for the diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, or care of patients.
Provides a program for the acceptance, maintenance, safety, performance verification, and efficiency of biomedical equipment used for patient care.
Makes necessary operational adjustments to electronic equipment. Makes sensitivity, selectivity, and accuaracy measurements.
Analyzes electronic equipment for cause of failure, isolates, tests, and replaces defective parts.
Assists with the design and construction of cables, adapters, and other interfacing equipment.
Monitors all service contracts covering patient-related equipment.
Monitors all service contracts covering patient-related quipment.
Maintains required records, reports, and statistices relative to biomedical equipment.
Maintains professional growth and technical knowledge and expertise through seminars, conferences, and other educational forum.
Attends departmental and other meetings as required.
Performs other duties as assigned.