· Associate or Bachelors degree in biomedical electronic technology, or related, or a combination of relevant training and experience.
· Certification by the International Certification Commission for Clinical Engineering and Biomedical Equipment Technicians (preferred).
· Minimum of three years work experience as a BMET, with manifest advanced skills and abilities in the specialization area.
· Demonstrated ability in effectively troubleshooting and repairing a wide variety of complex biomedical equipment systems.
· Considerable knowledge of electrical and medical safety principles.
· Ability in the interpretation and applicable of hospital codes, standards, and regulations relating to biomed¬ical equipment in hospital environments.
· Demonstrable advanced skill in applying electric/electronic circuit theory and operating principles to effectively diagnose biomedical equipment malfunctions.
· Demonstrable knowledge and proficiency in the use of advanced electronic test and measurement instrumentation.
· Knowledge of the theories of operation, the underlying physio¬logic principles, and the practical, safe clinical application of biomedical equipment.
· Knowledge of basic computer theory and skill in effectively using computer systems and applications.
· Skill in the use of tools and materials involved in the repair and maintenance of biomedical equipment.
· Comprehensive knowledge of the practices, procedures, methods, tools, materials, and instrumentation associated with specialized biomedical equipment.
· Good communication skills, both oral and written.