The Clinical Engineering Supervisor assists the Operations Manager in the planning, organizing, directing, and controlling of the daily and long range activities as it relates to the purchase, planned maintenance, repair/calibration, and disposal of biomedical and imaging equipment used by the medical facilities.
Responsible for managing the department within approved budgets (operational and capital) and allocates budgeted funds to support the operational needs and the strategic objectives of the organization. Under the direction of the Operations Manager, establishes long- and short-range goals and objectives in maintaining an equipment and quality improvement management program that successfully meets the requirements of the Joint Commission and all Federal and State regulatory agencies.
Education: Minimum of an Associates degree in electronics, engineering, computer science or biomedical fields of study; or completion certificate from the military school in biomedical equipment maintenance required.
Experience: Minimum of 6 years of experience in medical equipment repair required.
Basic computer literacy required.
Licensure/Certification: Certification as one of the following: CBET, CRES or CLES
Knowledge of PM specific procedures for medical equipment.
Knowledge of equipment utilized within hospital.
Ability to supervise in a diverse environment with focus on client and customer services.
Excellent analytical and report writing / analysis skills.
Knowledge of preventive and corrective care standards for Biomedical and Radiology equipment.
Knowledge of Joint Commission standards and other local, State & Federal regulations required.