By joining Bio-Electronics, you become one of a spirited and dynamic team that is driven to succeed. Bio-Electronics offers an outstanding salary and benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; life, short and long-term disability; vacation, sick and personal leave, and paid holidays; health spending accounts; and a 401 (k) Salary Deferral plan with employer match and contributions and pension plan. The position also receives a fitness center reimbursement, educational assistance for continuing education.
Internal Number: Norfolk
The BMET I is an entry-level position. This individual has minimal practical experience and may possess an Associate’s Degree in Biomedical Instrumentation, although this is not required as skills will be developed through on-the-job training. This individual performs skilled work of routine difficulty under close supervision and maintains basic records. This position is responsible for inspecting, calibrating, testing, and repairing medical equipment.
Responsibilities: (The successful candidate will demonstrate experience and abilities as follows):
BMET works under direct supervision progressing to general supervision to perform a variety of work including coordinating all aspects of medical equipment scheduled maintenance, inspection, safety testing, repairs, parts sourcing, and new equipment installations
Accurately documents all equipment maintenance activities in the company CMMS database platform, and closely communicates with the clinical departments at each delay, repair milestone, or completion
Works toward progression to next professional level though formal training, on-the-job training, and self-teaching
Acts in other capacities as directed by the Senior Director of Operations or Regional Service Manager (RSM)
Complies and adheres to all company policies and procedures
Since 1976, Bio-Electronics has been a leader in its field by meeting the demand for expert yet cost-effective maintenance services for advanced medical equipment. Bio-Electronics is dedicated to providing preventive maintenance, repair and equipment management of medical equipment to health care facilities in Nebraska and surrounding states. Bio-Electronics has service agreements with more than 200 healthcare facilities, including 56 hospitals and numerous clinics, laboratories, ambulance services, physical therapy and rehabilitation facilities, veterinary clinics, universities and other health care organizations. Our Prevent Service programs maximize up-time and prolong the active life of healthcare equipment through periodic inspections and maintenance—with service rates 40 to 60% below that of most medical equipment manufacturers. Our CompliancePlus process assures your equipment will be in compliance with all regulating agency requirements, and we back this process with our CompliancePlus Guarantee.
Bio-Electronics is a wholly owned subsidiary company of the Nebraska Hospital Association (NHA), providing medical equipment service to hospitals and healthcare facilities in Ne...braska, Wyoming, Kansas, Colorado, South Dakota, and Iowa. Our staff of highly qualified technicians service more than 250 hospitals and clinics each year.
Each member of our Board of Directors must hold a senior management position within their respective hospital. Because of this mandate, Bio-Electronics’ clients can be assured that the services provided are professional and reasonably priced and that the strictest regulation requirements are met or exceeded.