Our client is seeking an Imaging Service Engineer I for PIH Health Whittier Hospital located in Whittier, CA.
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PIH Health Whittier Hospital was founded in 1959 by community members who needed quality healthcare services close to home. The 523-bed hospital has grown into a healthcare system that serves residents of Los Angeles County, Orange County and the San Gabriel Valley region. In addition to the hospital, the Whittier campus is home to the Washington and Wells Medical Office Buildings, a community pharmacy, an outpatient surgery center and the Patricia L. Scheifly Breast Health Center.
Working in Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) for our company, you will partner with our Healthcare clients to manage their clinical technology needs. Together, we provide leadership and expertise for their business, patients, residents and the staff who care for them. For us, we improve the Quality of Life of all those we serve. We are looking for a positive and motivated technician to join our team.
Imaging Service Engineer I Position Description:
Under direct supervision, this person will inspect, repair, maintain, and calibrate basic diagnostic imaging equipment, devices, system, and instruments. Interact on a routine basis with other clinical health providers in the identification of technology-based problems.
Participate in on-the-job training programs regarding technical, administrative, and customer service requirements.
The Imaging Service Engineer I will possess:
- 1+ years of imaging experience (preferably radio frequency, X-ray portables, C-Arms, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, etc.)
- Experience in a hospital or healthcare setting preferred.
- Ability to make decisions regarding troubleshooting and repairing medical imaging devices.
- Ability to complete preventative & corrective maintenance on medical devices with limited supervision.
- Excellent communication, customer service and time management skills
- Ability to participate in on-call rotation schedule as required.
Technical Duties and Responsibilities of Imaging Service Engineer I:
- Knowledge of mechanical systems and tools
- Knowledge of basic networking theory
- Knowledge of departmental policies, procedures, and standards
- Knowledge of safety precautions when servicing high voltages and working with ionizing radiation
- Ability to analyze electronic, electromechanical, and mechanical equipment.
- Ability to isolate, test, and replace defective parts.
- Ability to perform preventive maintenance inspections.
- Ability to maintain accurate records of repairs, calibration, and tests.
- Ability to run diagnostic programs.
- Skills in testing electronic, radiologic, and mechanical equipment
- Skills in manual dexterity, hand-to-eye coordination, and color vision.
Inspect, repair, maintain, and calibrate basic diagnostic imaging equipment, devices, system, and instruments. Interact on a routine basis with other clinical health providers in the identification of technology-based problems.
- Inspect, maintain, repair and calibrate equipment and systems.
- Provides advanced support of equipment for direct patient care.
- Interacts on a routine basis with clinical health providers in the identification of technology-based problems and solutions.
- Solves organization-level customer service issues and complaints.
- Preparing required documentation and reports.
- Ensures regulatory compliance.
- Demonstrates a safety mindset.
- Financial responsibility for purchasing parts and service.
- Basic Education Requirement - Associates Degree (or equivalent experience) in electronics, biomedical engineering, or other technical discipline contributing to proficiency of maintenance and repair of imaging equipment within a healthcare environment.
- Basic Functional Experience - 3 years of experience within a healthcare setting with direct responsibility for the maintenance and repair of clinical devices and/or 1 year of imaging equipment repair and maintenance within a healthcare environment and/or entry level of formalized training and/or equivalent military training