Biomedical Technician Student Apprentice – Part Time
In this part time role, the Biomedical Technician Student Apprentice will conduct a cosmetic and functional evaluation on a wide variety of medical, lab, and imaging equipment. The apprentice will have a unique opportunity to gain experience in testing a wide variety of equipment of many manufactures and many different models of patient monitors, large volume intravenous pumps, syringe pumps, ultrasound machines, laparoscopic and endoscopic equipment, EKG machines, etc. This opportunity will provide a wide breadth of equipment exposure across many modalities and manufactures that is not possible in a limited hospital or healthcare setting.
We are looking for 2 to 3 students able to commit to growing in their knowledge of biomedical, lab, and imaging equipment over the course of 1 to 2 years while working part time around their class schedule on weekdays between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm. At the start of each semester, a regular weekly schedule will be set for the student that will total approximately 20 hours per week over the course of 3 to 4 days for the duration of the term. Additional hours may be arranged between school semesters with the approval of management.
The pay rate for this position will be $15 during the duration of the apprenticeship employment. Job description Roles and Responsibilities: Under supervision, evaluate basic functionality and cosmetic condition of medical equipment and document the results of the equipment evaluation in the computerized inventory system.
* Follow all reLink Medical policies and procedures as guided.
* Maintain communication with the management team as directed on the status of the equipment assigned for testing and evaluation.
* Will assist more experienced technicians with testing or evaluation of more advanced equipment.
* May assist other operations departments as directed which may include preparing equipment for shipping or preparing equipment for inventory pictures.
* Ensure proper care of assigned tools and test equipment and ensure proper operation of the equipment.
* Understand and maintain compliance with all trained regulations and safety instructions such as HIPAA, OSHA, Health and Human Services, etc.
Be enrolled at least half-time in a university, college, or trade school program in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Biomedical Engineering, or other closely related technical program that includes coursework in electronics, human anatomy, and computer hardware or computer programming. Must be able to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 25lbs unassisted and frequently stand for long periods of time. Familiarity with common hand and power tools. Ability to use an electrical multimeter to measure voltages, current, and resistance.
Jeremy Dalton, Senior Vice President of Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Kuhajda CBET email@example.com if interested or any questions.