Job Title:
Clinical Engineering Spclst
Job ID:
442600
Location:
College of Medicine
Department:
Otolaryngology
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular
Shift:
Shift Varies
FTE %:
100
Salary Range Min:
$28.32
Salary Range Max:
$38.93

Position summary

Clinical Engineering Spclst (Job Opening 442600) - Under general supervision of the PIs, the Senior Clinical Engineering (CE) Specialist plans, designs, develops, implements, assesses functionality and evaluates vestibular and auditory electrophysiological research systems infrastructure and integrated research equipment, interface and systems that support and enhance vestibular and auditory electrophysiological research and diagnostic, therapeutic and monitoring requirements for improved research outcomes. Provides functional and empirical analysis related to planning, design, installation, and implementation of infrastructure. The Senior CE Specialist acts as a resource with technical knowledge, skills and abilities to coordinate and provide support for all new and current applications, including hardware and software upgrades applicable to specialized systems. Plans and performs upgrades to equipment and systems in accordance with manufacturers specifications and CE procedures. The Senior CE Specialist is responsible for projects that range from medium to large in scope, risk and impact. Leads and facilitates strategic projects involved in evaluating and researching new and existing products, procedures, testing paradigms and/or workflows. Researches current and developing technologies to provide technical guidance pertaining to the capabilities, limitations and requirements of high technology systems. The Senior CE Specialist/Imaging is responsible for engineering, installation, configuration, maintenance and support of several modalities of complex vestibular and auditory electrophysiological research systems to insure stability, reliability and acceptable performance. Plans and develops the detailed engineering, design and implementation and upgrades for the technologies. Communicates with cochlear-implant manufactures regarding research interface.

Education and experience

Bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Engineering with at least 5 years of experience, or an Associates degree and at least 8 years of experience with the maintenance and repair of research equipment. Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) by AAMI/ICC is preferred. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, chemistry and physics is preferred. Experience with business software such as Microsoft Office Programs: Excel, Word, Power Point, Vizio, Project; and Adobe preferred. Experience, training, and/or certification in process improvement preferred.