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.
Troubleshoots medical instrumentation to the sub-assembly and printed circuit board level. Performs daily operational checks, incoming inspection, and preventive maintenance of medical devices as scheduled by the Biomedical Engineering Service Manager; explains the operating principles and applications of a wide range of medical devices to the clinical staff.
Associate's Degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology or Electrical Engineering Technology. Basic understanding of human physiology required.
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