Education/Certifications : One year
related experience may be substituted for one year of education, if degree is
have a high level of competence and knowledge in repair of mechanical,
electro-mechanical, electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic, and computer medical
technology to sufficiently repair and service medical equipment. Must have
experience and be familiar with Army Information Systems and warehousing
experience including such areas as receiving, storage, and shipping roles.
Formal Biomedical Engineering technology training either from a
university, trade school or military training and a minimum of 6 years'
The Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) certification is
US Citizen with a Secret Security Clearance is preferred.
Shall be experienced in all aspects of Biomedical
Engineering technology to include electrical, mechanical, refrigeration and
Shall be experienced in safety matters pertaining
to maintenance facilities, heath care facilities and Joint Commission
requirements. Shall be experienced with AR 40-61, AR 750-1 and TB MED 750-1
and all policies within as they pertain to the Medical Maintenance field. The Contractor shall understand guidelines
explained in TB 38-750-2 when completing forms and labeling. Shall be
experienced in using DMLSS to input and document all maintenance done on
Prior military experience in the Medical
Maintenance field a plus but not mandatory.
Must possess firm knowledge of the relationships
between electrical and electronic circuitry as well as the interrelationship
of chemical, radiological, hydraulic, pneumatic, vacuum, or gas components of
a piece of equipment or a system.
Must possess the practical knowledge of the
principles of electronic circuits, functions of electronic components,
including X-ray tubes, in order to diagnose problems. Must be able to repair
and test medical equipment such as but not limited to electrocardiographs,
defibrillators, heart oscilloscopes, electron microscope, electroencephalographs,
spectrophotometers, sterilizers, film driers, suction apparatus, and dental
units. The contractor must apply knowledge of hydraulic systems including
their grips, locks, stop and release mechanisms, and have the ability to
determine proper adjustment.
Must possess the ability to repair mechanical
equipment such as sterilizers, X-ray tables, operating tables, portable
oxygen generation systems, respirators, and other mechanical assemblies using
gears, shafts, and pulleys. The contractor must also select proper
replacement parts, modification kits, and identify materials, mechanisms, and
components of electrical systems. The contractor must possess a thorough
knowledge of electronic symbols, color codes, descriptions, and
manufacturer's numbers. The contractor uses skills and precision in working
with small components, requiring good hand and eye coordination and
functional color vision.
Must have a strong knowledge in the use of
electronic test equipment such as digital multi-meters, oscilloscopes and
signal generators. The contractor must have the ability to use electrical
test equipment such as ohmmeters and test meters as well as a variety of
other TMDE as it relates to the medical maintenance field.
Must possess the ability to interpret blue
prints, schematic drawings, wiring diagrams, liquid/air flow sheets,
technical manuals, and other specifications. The contractor must possess the
knowledge to make various mathematical computations using algebraic
expressions and shop formulas in relation to load requirements of wiring and
Able to react to change productively
and handle essential tasks as assigned. Supervises no employees.