Biomed Equipment Tech III - Full Time - Days - 8hr FPH
Glendora, CaliforniaJob Title Biomed Equipment Tech III - Full Time - Days - 8hr FPH Company Name Emanate Health Employment Type Full Time Location Glendora, California Job ID R0007983 Date posted 06/18/2022 Campus/Location Foothill Presbyterian Hospital - Glendora
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Everyone at Emanate Health plays a vital role in the care we deliver. No matter what department you belong to, the work you do at Emanate Health affects lives. When you join Emanate Health, you become part of a team that works together to strengthen our communities and grow as individuals.
On Glassdoor's list of "Best Places to Work" in 2021, Emanate Health was named the #1 ranked health care system in the United States, and the #19 ranked company in the country
Under the supervision of the Manager Biomed Engineering the Technician repairs and maintains all types of medical equipment to include ultrasound systems; assists medical/nursing staff in operation/use of equipment.
Minimum Education Requirement:
Associate Degree or equivalent experience required. Bachelor Degree preferred.
Minimum Experience Requirement:
7 to 10 years experience as biomedical engineering tech.
Minimum License Requirement:
Current California State Drivers license. Must be 21 years of age or older; must have two (2) years of continuous driving experience in the state of California. If a license is suspended, the experience record begins from the time of license reinstatement; must have no major convictions (ie DUI/DWI, hit and run, driving w/suspended license, reckless driving, eluding police, open containers, exhibition of speed (racing), negligent driving); must have no more than one (1) moving citation in a three (3) year period; must have no more than one (1) at- fault accident in a three (3) year period. Accidents will be considered at- fault unless evidence is provided (ie police report and/or letter from insurance company) showing the incident as not at-fault.
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