Biomed Clinical Equipment Manager (6188) Syracuse, New York

Salary: USD90000 - USD110000 per year

Biomed Clinical Equipment Director

NOTE;p Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without restrictions.

Salary: $90-110k +  Excellent Benefits
Location: Syracuse, NY
The Biomed Clinical Equipment Director leads clinical engineering initiatives to provide superior customer service and operational efficiency by managing the execution of the Medical Equipment Management Plan within a specific equipment modality- Biomedical). This position manages operations on a day-to-day basis, collaborates and maintains positive relationships with customers, works to develop colleagues, and provides a communication channel between hospital executives and the Central Office. The Biomed Clinical Equipment Director also directs Joint Commission inspections and ensures that services are in compliance with regulatory standards.



  • Associates degree in electronics or related technical discipline required
  • Bachelors degree in engineering or technological field preferred
  • Technical certification such as A+, CRES, CRES, CBET, CLES, or CCE preferred
  • Minimum 3 years experience managing in a clinical engineering- Imaging environment
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications required
  • Ability to manage day-to-day and long term site operations
  • Ability to lead, motivate, and develop others
  • Ability to perform basic financial analysis and calculate budgets, revenue, and costs
  • Strong written, verbal, and presentational communication skills

    A. Leadership – 30%
    a. Apply knowledge and experience of technology and/or equipment to oversee site operations and provide direction to others
    b. Motivate others through praise, recognition, and rewards
    c. Manage personnel by staffing and scheduling technicians in a manner that assures the best service possible
    d. Coach and mentor technicians by providing feedback on performance and documentation habits
    e. Develop others to continuously achieve long and short term business results

    B. Administer MEMP to Key Performance Measures – 25%
    a. Manage Service Operations functions within specific modality, such as service contracts and resources. Document the demand labor, demand parts, labor, contracts, labor, and parts
    b. Answer questions and meet with others to discern the root cause of technological/process problems
    c. Manage inventory of shop supplies
    d. Develop service strategies with an outlook of continuous process improvement and provide metrics to Central Office
    e. Manage Joint Commission inspections and make sure open work orders are made a priority and that performance assurance inspections are documented

    C. Account Management & Development – 25%
    a. Build and maintain relationships with customers by employing interpersonal and conflict management skills
    b. Effectively collaborate with customers and vendors to develop win-win solutions
    c. Monitor each modality after setting financial and performance benchmarks
    d. Identify and pursue opportunities for business entry
    e. Manage financial performance

    D. Functional/Technical Service – 20%
    a. Perform scheduled maintenance, electrical safety inspections (ESI), and operation verification procedures (OVP) on medical devices
    b. Install and calibrate medical devices
    c. Perform troubleshooting, service, and repairs of medical equipment
    d. Advise users of equipment status and ensure all service and documentation is complete, timely, and accurate
    e. Complete Incoming Inspections (II) to maintain a complete and accurate inventory of medical devices