Job Title:
Sr. Clinical Engineering Splst
Job ID:
University Hospitals
University Hospital
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Not Applicable
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Position summary

Serve as Senior Clinical Engineering Specialist, The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio; under general supervision, coordinate with clinicians the planning, design, development, implementation, functionality and evaluation of systems infrastructure and integrated patient care equipment and systems that support and enhance clinical practice and diagnostic, therapeutic and monitoring requirements for improved patient outcomes; provide functional and empirical analysis related to planning, design, installation, and implementation of infrastructure; act as a resource with clinical and 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; plan and perform upgrades to equipment and systems in accordance with manufacturers' specifications and CE procedures; maintain responsibility for projects that range from medium to large in scope, risk and impact;  lead and facilitate strategic projects involved in evaluating and researching new and existing products, procedures and-or workflows; research current and developing technologies to provide technical guidance pertaining to the capabilities, limitations and requirements of high technology systems; occasional travel under supervision to remote sites (e.g., Outpatient Centers) in the state of Ohio.

Education and experience

Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering or related field (foreign equivalent acceptable).  Five years of experience with the maintenance and repair of high technology clinical laboratory systems.  Experience must have included two years of experience in the following: (1) automated immunoassay systems based on the Enzyme Linked Fluorescent Assay (ELFA) principles and the fully automated analyzer based on the Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) principles; and (2) servicing automated hematology systems, fully automated Blood Cell Image Analysis systems, and general immunoassay systems.  Experience must also have included one year of experience with automated test line service.  Factory service training with major manufacturer of at least two clinical laboratory systems consisting of at least one week in length each is required. Requires successful completion of a background check.  (All training and experience may have been gained concurrently and-or concurrently with education.)