Req ID: 129214
Recruiter: Thomas Hoopes
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Please note: this opportunity is for a temporary assignment through CHOP’s Internal Talent Mobility program.
- The Imaging Specialist III works with minimal supervision, serves as a trainer/mentor to Imaging Specialist I and II.
- The Imaging Specialist III is responsible for performing the repairs, quality control checks and preventive maintenance as required on an array of imaging equipment, is experienced in the theory & operation of a variety of imaging modalities such as X-Ray, R/F, Cath Lab/Angio, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, and Nuclear Medicine with the ability to work independently or within a team-based environment to provide a timely & effective response to all requests for service.
- Recognized as a field modality expert. Highly competent in area of specialty, spending 70% or time or more in repairing, inspecting, installing, troubleshooting, and calibrating equipment in area of specialty. Serves as a front-line responder for escalated service events.
- Experienced in the use of applicable test equipment such as a DVM, Oscilloscope, Dosimeter, Signal Generator, Pattern Generator, High Voltage Analyzer, and Ohmmeter.
- Possesses excellent troubleshooting skills.
- Familiar with equipment codes and standards.
- Possesses good communication and interpersonal skills.
- Possesses good time management skills.
- Ensures all scheduled monthly assignments are 100% completed in the month they are scheduled.
- The Imaging Specialist III will serve as a technical consultant to the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Modalities. They must be flexible in his/her work schedule, take after hour calls, and respond as necessary to meet the needs and demands for imaging modalities throughout the hospital.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of clinical equipment including networked medical systems.
- The Imaging Specialist III works with nominal supervision, serves as a trainer/mentor to all staff levels.
- Imaging Specialist III is regarded as an internal expert and/or SME.
- Repair Diagnostic Imaging equipment.
- Perform preventive maintenance on Diagnostic Imaging equipment.
- Provide technical consultation on Diagnostic Imaging technology to the Biomedical Engineering and Radiology/Imaging departments.
- Provide cross-training on Diagnostic Imaging technology to other imaging specialists as requested.
- Maintains timely, accurate, and thorough documentation of all work performed.
- The Imaging Specialist III is capable of performing in a lead and/or supervisory capacity, as requested.
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations
Required Education and Experience
Required Education: High School/GED
- Minimum of five (5) years’ experience as an Imaging Specialist with expertise in at least two (2) imaging modalities.
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
Preferred Education: Associates Degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Electronic Technology or similar field of study.
- Expertise in imaging modalities (X-Ray, R/F, Cath Lab/Angio, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, and Nuclear Medicine).
- Manufacturer technical training.
Preferred Licenses/certificates/registrations: CRES and or CBET
Additional Technical Requirements
- Adept at learning on the job as well as teaching and mentoring others. Considered a technical expert in specialty area and can mentor other mentors.
- Possesses advanced understanding and skills related to general electromechanical systems and devices as applied to their specialty.
- Exhibits a detailed understanding and can fully communicate the use of devices supported.
- Can provide advanced support of acuity equipment for direct patient care.
- Has in depth understanding of the operations and environment that they support such as hospital, clinic, etc.
- Has advanced experience in their assigned clinical environment.
- Possesses in depth understanding of common clinical terminology as well as that of life sciences such as anatomy and physiology.
- Can successfully support the solution of organization-level customer service issues and complaints, especially those issues that apply to their area of specialty.
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