Provide service and documentation under supervision of Director. Perform preventative maintenance and repair biomedical equipment to board level. Work within the procedure of documentation, departmental, and facility policies.
Perform prompt, timely inspections on all new and repaired equipment within department’s responsibility. Follow Electrical Safety and Performance Verification to insure code compliance. Perform scheduled preventative maintenance on all biomedical equipment according to manufacturer specifications. Calibration and adjustment of electrical, mechanical components, and replacement parts. Perform service calls when necessary. Perform diagnoses and troubleshooting biomedical equipment to component level. Responsible for documenting the results of all inspections, maintenance and tests. Organize technicians to perform Preventive Maintenance Inspection. Maintain open communication with hospital personnel regarding medical equipment service. Stay up to date on regulations of State, Federal Joint Commission requirements. Responsible for all test equipment and tools provided by NBMC. Customer Service: respect, flexibility, knowledge, confidence, professionalism, pleasant attitude, patience and helpfulness. All responses should be timely, professional, caring, and respectful in accordance with Customer Service Performance expectations Maintains established departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance program, safety, environmental, and infection control standards. Assesses gaps in policies and procedures, and create necessary policies and procedures to fulfill these gaps. Understands and adheres to the Medical Center’s Code of Conduct. Familiar with the Medical Center’s Mission, Vision, and Values Statements.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum five (5) years in Biomedical Engineering
Internal Number: TC01
About New Bridge Medical Center
New Bridge Medical Center, a clinical affiliate of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, is a 1,070 bed hospital located at 230 East Ridgewood Avenue in Paramus, NJ. Founded in 1916 to treat patients with contagious diseases, the medical center has grown to become both the largest hospital and licensed nursing home in New Jersey and the fourth-largest publicly-owned hospital in the nation.
A safety net facility, New Bridge Medical Center, renamed in October 2017, provides high-quality comprehensive services including long term care, behavioral health care, substance abuse treatment, and acute care to the greater Bergen County community. The medical center, including its Long Term Care Division, is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. With 323 behavioral health beds and 84 medical detox beds, New Bridge Medical Center is one of the largest medical facilities providing a continuum of care for those in need of behavioral health and/or substance abuse treatment.