Biomedical Equipment Technician (A-48-1211-0C6) Camp Springs, Maryland

Biomedical Equipment Technician - Joint Base Andrews, MD

 

•Develop, monitor and execute processes required for operational materiel support, medical logistics management, inventory control, accountable record keeping, customer support, quality assurance, resource application, transportation, warehousing, physical security and maintenance of AMC medical and AE equipment and supplies
•Provide technical advisement on radio/telephonic voice/data communication equipment used for AE mission execution and advise Government on management oversight of AE communications assets in medical and AE UTC assemblages
•Maintain equipment inventory for all Patient Movement Items assigned to Allowance Standard 887P at PMI Center
•Prepare Air Force Form 601, Equipment Action Request for transfers, gains, and losses of equipment
•Coordinate and process in-house medical equipment for out shipment as directed by the Government
•Submit requisitions for new equipment and spare parts bench stock for all the USAF PMI Centers supported by HQ AMC/SG
•Ensure recycled PMI equipment is checked out for serviceability and returned to the AOR in a timely manner
•Maintain accuracy of data within the Patient Movement Item Tracking System (PMITS)
•Use Tri-Service Medical Excess Distribution System (TRIMEDS) excess stocks to save Air Force dollars
•Produce and submit materiel requirement budget to the Government
•Maintain Quality Assurance information message file and communicate notices appropriately to units tasked with either CCATT or AE in-flight kits
•Prepare applicable out-shipment transportation documentation, package cargo/items if possible, and coordinate pickup and delivery of cargo/items to Traffic Management Office (TMO) bound for CONUS and OCONUS customers
•Provide customer service to all AMC and AMC gained Aeromedical Evacuation Squadrons and Critical Care Adult Team locations
•Identify, coordinate and resolve process disconnects and improve processes related to medical materiel and PMI operational support issues
•Manage frequency converter, patient therapeutic oxygen and mobile oxygen storage tank repair program; develop and submit annual budget, coordinate repair action with unit and AFMOA; ensure return of asset to owner and arrange loaner support during repair if needed
•Manage Patient Loading System (PLS) repair; serve as focal point for world-wide repair of operational assets
•Ensure PMI equipment database matches between Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) system and PMITS
•Ensure preventive maintenance records are updated for all pieces of AMC medical and AE WRM and operational support equipment
•Use PMITS to prepare bar code tracking labels; apply appropriately
•Provide operational support for short-term information or data system capabilities, in support of Air Force Medical Service peacetime and wartime operations for AE communications equipment inventory and conditions, and data entry of system, status, and other related issues through in-house or COTS software
•Coordinate with Aerospace Command and Control and Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Center (AC2ISRC) to incorporate Wrap Funding on Information for Global Reach (IFGR) and the Mobility Air Forces Data Link Integration (MAF DLI) and their corresponding technologies to support all phases of ground and air communications
•Provide expertise and support in identifying and coordinating AE communications requirements between, and among supported theaters, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command
•Perform functional evaluation and appraisal of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment and software specifically designed to provide data entry, dispatching, distribution, and database control and oversight of AE operations in support of AF Medical Service operations. Conduct evaluations in concert at multiple Command and Joint level exercises, deployments and training locations.
•Identify and establish evaluation concepts and criteria necessary to determine the capabilities and limitations of COTS equipment and software and document this work in the Assessment Guide for that specific item or follow the 311 HSW/YAMA Functional User Acceptance Test (FUAT) documentation
•Provide support to HQ AMC/SGX and HQ ACC/SGX by performing functional analyses to identify existing and future functional and data requirements associated with AE communications. Document existing functional processes used within the USAF as they currently relate to AE communications
•Facilitate and document functional process improvement in the AE communications functional area for the Government
•Perform near-and far-term (current and projected) technology assessments and make recommendations on their application to mission needs
•Patient Movement Items Maintenance and Constitution to include but not limited to: inventory accountability/control, equipment maintenance, computer systems maintenance, and quality assurance information management
•Conduct initial inspections and perform scheduled maintenance on equipment assets, as needed IM/IT software updates, calibrate/diagnose/repair equipment when required
•Travel shall be required to attend technical meetings both locally and/or at other worldwide locations, on an as-required basis

Qualifications:
•Graduate of a DoD Service Biomedical Maintenance Apprentice Course
•Five (5) years of experience as Biomedical Equipment Technician
•Must have completed Defense Medical Logistics Support System training and be proficient in all phases of DMLSS modules (at least 2 years of experience)
•Have or be able to obtain a Secret clearance

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