Radiology Equipment Specialist II (20193809)

Mcleod Health Florence , SC 29503

Posted 3 months ago

  • Job responsibilities include those listed in competencies document

  • Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.

  • The RES II will be responsible for, at a minimum, perform asset management, repair, and preventative maintenance duties at a intermediate level on a variety of clinical devices, primarily radiographic in nature. Technician must utilize excellent customer service skills while performing duties.

  • Must have an understanding of electrical safety, planned maintenance program and proper documentation with the AIMS database system.

  • The RES II will serve as liaison to any outside service organization which provides services to McLeod Health.

Required Skills

Qualifications/Training:
6 years' experience servicing radiographic equipment. Completion of at least one manufacturing service school.

Licenses/Certifications/Registrations/Education

RES II shall possess, at a minimum, an Associate's Degree in Electronics, or have completed equivalent military electronics training or have the minimum years of experience in the field.


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Radiology Equipment Specialist II (20193809)

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