City
S. Chandler
State
AZ
Position Id
2140

Equipment Technician – Dialysis
Chandler, Arizona

  • **Full Time - Direct hire**
  • **Excellent benefits**

As an equipment technician at this East Valley hospital, you will perform routine and non-routine maintenance, repair, and calibration of dialysis equipment, H2O treatment equipment, and other auxiliary clinic equipment to ensure patient safety and proper functionality.

Responsibilities

  • Tests, repairs, calibrates, and evaluates all specialized dialysis equipment, H2O treatment equipment, and other auxiliary clinic equipment in order to ensure safety and proper functionality.
  • Maintains and ensures accuracy of records of equipment repair, maintenance, and inspections to ensure the availability of appropriate safety and operational documentation.
  • Identifies, removes, and replaces unsafe or malfunctioning equipment as needed to ensure patient and employee safety.
  • Assembles and disassembles equipment in order to conduct repairs, perform calibrations, and replace malfunction components.
  • Performs water quality analyses, monitors results, and makes adjustments as needed to ensure compliance with organizational standards and state and federal regulations.
  • Conducts home visits to perform routine equipment repairs and maintenance.
  • Conducts inventory inspections and requests replacement parts, supplies, instruments, and equipment to guarantee availability of materials for continuing clinic operations.
  • Educates clinical staff, auxiliary staff, and patients and their families to ensure understanding and the proper use of equipment to guarantee patient safety.
  • Performs other job-related activities as requested.

Qualifications

  • Associate’s Degree in biomedical equipment technology or a closely related field of study preferred.
  • 1 year of experience in the maintenance of renal dialysis equipment preferred.
  • Biomedical Engineering Technologist (BMET) Certification or similar Certification required.
  • Current and valid certification as a Hemodialysis Equipment Technician.
  • State of AZ Driver’s License with no significant violations during the last 5 years.
  • Demonstrates ability to relate to diverse cultures and community health services.

To learn more, please call Rene at 602-788-5890 or email rene@apnusa.com.