Low Voltage Electronics Tech / 40 Hour / Day / BWH Engineering

Partners Healthcare System Boston , MA 02298

Posted 2 months ago

General Summary/Overview Statement

Under general and according o established procedures inspects tests, adjusts, maintains and repairs a variety of electronic equipment such as nurse call systems, public address systems, electric beds, individual room intercoms and patient lifts.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
1.Services and repairs malfunctioning electronic equipment, analyzing problems discovered and determining specific work methods and replacement parts necessary to make repairs.
2.Inspects and test equipment performance utilizing testing apparatus such as volt meter and oscilloscopes.
3.Services the nurse call system and cleans console switches, replaces bulbs, analyze malfunctions and performs needed repairs such as replacing components on circuit boards.
4.Disconnects, repairs components, installs and connects speakers for public address system.
5.Repairs and replaces defective clock system including digital clocks and wireless clock system.
6.Repairs and replaces defective components of individual room intercoms, public address system, nurse call cords and electro-mechanical system on electric beds.

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Principal duties and Responsibilities
7.Maintains appropriate maintenance records.
8.Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
1.Associates degree, or 2 years of formal education and training in the repair and maintenance of electronic equipment.
2.Technical knowledge of electronic theory and proper application.
3.At least 2 years of related technical experience required.
4.Knowledge of various nurse call systems with computer skills.
5.Class D system technician licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as required.

Skills and Abilities Required
1.Interpersonal skills needed for assisting and communicating with user or equipment.
2.Analytical skills needed for troubleshooting problems associated with equipment malfunction.
3.Eye-hand coordination to work with finely detailed electronic parts and systems.

Working conditions
1.Work requires regular standing, walking and climbing ladder (approximately 25% of the time).
2.Work in hot dusty areas 25% of the time.
3.Work from ladders and able to lift 15 pounds or more.

Qualifications
1.Associates degree, or 2 years of formal education and training in the repair and maintenance of electronic equipment.
2.Technical knowledge of electronic theory and proper application.
3.At least 2 years of related technical experience required.
4.Knowledge of various nurse call systems with computer skills.
5.Class D system technician licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as required.

Skills and Abilities Required
1.Interpersonal skills needed for assisting and communicating with user or equipment.
2.Analytical skills needed for troubleshooting problems associated with equipment malfunction.
3.Eye-hand coordination to work with finely detailed electronic parts and systems.

Working conditions
1.Work requires regular standing, walking and climbing ladder (approximately 25% of the time).
2.Work in hot dusty areas 25% of the time.
3.Work from ladders and able to lift 15 pounds or more.


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