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Imaging Engineer

FLSA Status:        Exempt

EEO Class Code: Professional

NATURE OF WORK

The Imaging Engineer installs, inspects, troubleshoots, repairs, calibrates, and verifies the performance of all the imaging equipment. He performs assigned maintenance, installations, repairs, adjustments, and calibrations of imaging equipment and supporting equipment in assigned locations. This position is required to be familiar with many classes of clinical equipment and may perform maintenance on equipment outside these specialty areas. The Imaging Engineer ensures regulatory compliance, assists in inventory management, and may serve as an advisor to other Encompass Onsite personnel on technical matters concerning specialty equipment. The candidate must also be able to perform administrative functions as assigned, adhere to instructions and corporate policies, and demonstrate professionalism with integrity in all interactions with customers and staff.

 

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES

 

  • Inspect buildings, equipment for unsafe or malfunctioning conditions
  • Perform performance assurance (PA) inspections, scheduled maintenance, and operation verification procedures (OVP) on medical imaging equipment
  • Repair, install, and calibrate imaging equipment
  • Inform supervisors of the status of repairs, scheduled inspections, unusual equipment situations, and any customer concerns
  • Work with, direct, and document the activities of subcontractors, vendors, and outside service technicians to ensure proper service delivery
  • Maintain Clinical Engineering expertise through ongoing training and education
  • Ensure the accuracy and integrity of the equipment database to include the inventory, performance assurance (PA) schedules, nomenclature, and service history
  • Responsible for ensuring all service and documentation is complete, timely, and accurate
  • Build and maintain customer relationships
  • Discuss equipment status and functionality with clinicians
  • Adhere to the Mission, Vision, and Values of the organization(s) served.
  • Perform periodic inspections of current inventory status and maintain common failure parts inventory to ensure equipment up time
  • Verify the completion of security analysis for new customer equipment
  • Maintain the accuracy and integrity of the equipment database to include inventory, performance assurance (PA) schedules, nomenclature, and service history
  • Make recommendations regarding inventory
  • Perform other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Ability to handle multiple projects and make decisions
  • Holds necessary/required licenses
  • Knowledge and understanding of blueprints
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel) and networking applications required
  • Strong customer service, communication, and computer skills

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Associates degree in a technical/electronics field or equivalent
  • 6 months experience in the repair, maintenance, troubleshooting, and installation of medical imaging equipment preferred
  • Bi-Lingual in English & Spanish
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Available and on call 24/7

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public using telephone and personal contact
  • Physical capability to effectively use various pieces of equipment
  • Able to lift 50 pounds
  • Able to climb ladders
  • Significant standing, walking, moving, climbing, carrying, bending, or kneeling
  • Some reaching, sitting, pushing, pulling, crawling, and handling

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

  • General supervision is received from the Regional Director of Operations and Service who confers on difficult problems and reviews completed work for quality of professional results. Tasks are usually performed under little direct supervision allowing use of independent judgment

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

  • Supervises all team members working in his account.

 

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