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Biomedical Technician


A biomedical technician assists biological and medical scientists by making sure the laboratory and other health care equipment are in good working order. They install, maintain, test, calibrate, and repair different types of equipment, and also teach others how to operate them.

Biomedical Technician Job Responsibilities and Duties

  • Installs new equipment by adjusting, establishing, testing, and calibrating performance
  • Approves potential biomedical equipment by guaranteeing that codes are adhered to
  • Maintains supplies inventory by foreseeing needs, counting stock, placing orders, and verifying delivery
  • Directs operation of biomedical equipment by providing demonstrations, supplying information and data, instructing others in the care and use of equipment, and answering all questions
  • Keeps biomedical equipment in working order by performing tests, following preventive maintenance guides, repairing and troubleshooting break downs, evaluating service contracts, ordering special services if necessary, and maintaining inventories
  • Prepares reports by analyzing, collecting, and recapping trends and information
  • Updates job skills and knowledge by reading technical journals, taking advantage of educational opportunities, and maintaining professional networks
  • Keeps patient information confidential
  • Carries out the goals of the organization by exploring opportunities to add significance to job duties, and by accomplishing different and innovative requests
  • Maintains a healthy and safe working environment by fulfilling and recommending procedures, performing safety tests, complying with codes, and guiding and training health care and medical personnel

Biomedical Technician Skills and Qualifications

  • Associate degree in biomedical engineering or technology
  • Good technical skills
  • Comfortable in a lab environment
  • Documentation and Record keeping skills
  • Clinical lab testing
  • Analyzing skills
  • Ability to maintain confidential information
  • Ability to create a safe environment
  • Equipment calibration
  • Equipment repair
  • Infection control
  • Sterilization
  • Training management
  • Conceptual skills
  • Multi-tasking skills
  • Flexibility

Interested Contact Snelling:  402-330-0100 or send resume


Omaha, Nebraska 68144




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