Field Service Tech II - Life Support - BMSI SCDNNJ in Denville, NJ at Saint Clare's - Denville

Date Posted: 10/8/2018

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Job Description

JOB SUMMARY: The Field Service Tech II – Life Support provides specialty medical equipment services under supervision of BSI management. Duties include, but are not limited to, performing preventive maintenance inspections, installation support, testing, calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance on life support equipment such as; anesthesia, ventilators, defibrillators, etc. Secondary duties include providing equipment maintenance support on general medical equipment, as needed. This individual shall be competent in the use of all applicable test equipment and tools required in the performance of the duties. This individual contributes to department improvement and development by mentoring other Field Service Tech I and Field Service Engineer I. This individual builds and maintains positive relationships with customers. The Field Service Tech is the front line employee who is most visible to clinical staff utilizing the patient care equipment included in the Medical Equipment Management Program. Pride and professionalism, as well as technical expertise, must be exhibited at all times for the success of all concerned. Maintains a department "culture" that is patient-focused and participates in teamwork, quality, integrity and professional growth upholding the Prime Healthcare Mission and Vision at all times. Provides a positive representation of Bio-Medical Services, Inc. by integrating core values into job performance. Travel approximately 70% of the time.


1.Associate’s degree in Biomedical Engineering/Electrical Engineering or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years’ servicing Life Support medical equipment.
2. Ability to travel 70% of the time.
3. Knowledge of TJC, DNV, HFAP, CAP, NFPA, CMS, HIPAA, other applicable standards and regulations required.
4. High degree of self-motivation, commitment and integrity.
5.Must exhibit a positive attitude and willingness to learn.
6. Strong written and verbal communications skills
7. Strong computer skills (MS Office, Clinical applications, CMMS systems).
8. Ability to troubleshoot, read schematics and/or blue prints.
9. Knowledge of principles and practices of electronics and biomedical engineering technology as applied to the calibration and repair of biomedical equipment.
10. OEM training certificates in specialty medical equipment preferred.
11. Field related technical certifications (like A+, CBET, CRES or CLES) preferred.
12. Valid driver’s license required.
13. Ability to travel 70% of the time.

Work Type: Full Time Employee    

Shift: 1

Legend: Shift 1=Day, 2=Evening, 3=Night, 4=Varied.

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