The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by personnel so classified.
1. Performs maintenance and repair of electronic, communication and patient care equipment in areas providing and supporting patient care in accordance with departmental procedures.
A. Performs preventative maintenance, service, and repair on complex electronic equipment, such as, ComCare system and ground isolation monitors.
2. Inspects, adjusts, calibrates, and tests electronic equipment, utilizing test equipment such as, oscilloscopes, volt-OHM-amp meters, signal generators, and voltage regulators to ensure proper and safe operation and adherence to The Joint Commission requirements.
3. Installs, tests, and maintains intercom units, closed circuit television systems, call paging systems, electronic surveillance, and signal devices, such as, fire alarms and security systems in accordance with departmental procedures.
4. Installs, repairs, and maintains patient care systems, nurse call systems, such as, ground isolation monitors, oxygen systems, and vacuum alarms associated with patient operating rooms and intensive care units in accordance with departmental procedures.
A. Repairs sound equipment, projectors, tape, and video recorders, radios, telephones, and electronic/mechanical beds and cribs.
5. Maintains inventory and detailed records of service, installation, and modification of equipment and systems, such as, fire alarm and paging systems in accordance with departmental procedures.
6. Maintains a clean, safe and orderly work environment in accordance with departmental procedures and UMMS safe work practices.
A. Assures proper care in using tools, equipment, and supplies.
7. Maintains established hospital and departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
1. High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) is required. Associate’s of Science in Electronics Technology, or equivalent program is preferred.
2. Completion of a recognized program in electronic repair is required.
3. Two years of experience working in the maintenance and repair of electronic, medical, or communication equipment, or equivalent, is required.