Biomedical Equipment Repair Technician - Imaging Specialist

Job Title
Biomedical Equipment Repair Technician - Imaging Specialist
Job ID
Seattle,  WA 98108
Other Location
Biomedical Technician / Equipment Support Specialist – Imaging
Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System

Seattle, WA
A two-year associate degree or higher in an applied science or equivalent military training.  Certification as a Certified Radiology Equipment Specialist (CRES) is highly desired, but not required.

 A minimum of three years of hospital or healthcare experience performing medical equipment maintenance, with a minimum of one-year specialized experience with medical imaging equipment.
Comprehensive knowledge of imaging techniques, technologies, radiological practices and procedures.
Demonstrated competency in maintaining medical imaging systems; ability to resolve highly complex breakdowns that have an immediate risk to patient safety; ability to maintain and troubleshoot networked medical imaging equipment to include VLAN configuration, IP addressing, sub-netting, and network security, and build, configure, repair and install workstations and servers in imaging and non-imaging environments; ability to utilize and maintain computer and server based medical equipment, medical record databases, and proprietary and generic software; experience with TCP/IP, HL7, networking, and DICOM standards.
Understanding of regulatory agencies’ requirements, industry regulatory requirements and International Standard Organization standards.
 Skill in using advanced radiological test equipment such as radiation dosimeters, calibration phantoms, high voltage testing devices, KV and MA meters and monitor calibration devices.
 Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical literature, schematics, and drawings.

 Pay Range: $ 80,000.00 -$ 90,000.00 Annualized.
$ 38.46 to $ 43.27 per hour.

Up to 75 percent travel around the Seattle WA area (only) on behalf of the Veterans Administration, providing services to affiliated clinics and hospitals.
401K, Matching

Contract Length:  1-year government contract with full benefits (with options to extend 2 additional years)
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