This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
As a family, Biomedical Engineering positions are responsible for the investigation and design, development and construction of not readily available biomedical instrumentation, make special Biomedical equipment purchases, repairs, preparation, and maintenance of electronic devices used in specialty areas (Radiology, Clinical Pathology, Respiratory Therapy, Dialysis, etc.) in support of the delivery of quality patient care and research.
Assumes the duties of the Director in his absence and may head management teams. The incumbent is responsible for discharging the responsibilities of the Director in his absence. Additional responsibilities include: operation and supervision of the electronics laboratory; assisting the Director in the "pre-purchase" evaluation of scientific and medical instrumentation, supplying technical advice to faculty, researchers and clinicians, and has general responsibility for the department's education and instructions programs; coordinates department in-service training programs, provides instruction to students and all medical staff; supervises the preparation and maintenance work status reports on all assignments and work in progress; participates in Department Engineering Committee; coordinates the efforts of all departments and labs in accomplishing the department's mission; has responsibility for staff maintenance, represents the department at manufacturing seminars and assists in setting department policy and goals. Incumbent works independently with consultative direction and supervises subordinate staff.
BSEE and/or MSEE with ultimate Clinical Engineering Certification, and four years electronics industry experience to include at least two years in administrative/supervisory capacity. Certification as a Clinical Engineer (ICC) preferred.
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