Electronic Technician II
Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
Maintains building components such as, but not limited to: televisions, beds, fire alarms, overhead paging, Nurse call, pneumatic tube system, automatic door openers and electronic card entry systems.
Under limited supervision install, repairs, inspects and maintains televisions, beds, fire alarms, overhead paging, Nurse call, pneumatic tube system, automatic door openers and electronic card entry systems.
Perform a wide variety of skilled task including installation, repairs, troubleshooting, and planning, of televisions, beds, fire alarms, overhead paging, Nurse call, pneumatic tube system, automatic door openers and electronic card entry systems
Assist the other trades in maintaining electronic components
Perform Preventive Maintenance Measures.
Maintain inventory of repair equipment and supplies.
Log daily reading of equipment and systems as assigned.
Requires the ability to work under/handle stressful situations.
Review Work Orders daily and complete associated tasks/repairs by Type/Priority
Review Work Orders daily and complete associated tasks/repairs by Type/Priority and document the “as found” condition, troubleshooting/repair details, list any testing equipment (w/calibration dates), test results data, photos, verbal/written documentation of communication with Requestor and final “as corrected” condition. Document root causes for all equipment failures. Maintains detailed and accurate records of system repairs, temperature, humidity and air flow as required by authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ) and medical center policy..
Perform other maintenance duties as requested.
This summary of responsibilities is not intended to be a complete or limiting description of the functions that the employee may be requested to undertake.
Working weekends and different shifts will be required.
Respond quickly in the event of an emergency, notify appropriate personnel, and follow safety protocols.
Perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.
Must be a quick thinker and able to displays positive emotional behavior, as well as apply positive social skills with co-workers, vendors, customers, and patients
Work Schedule: 80 hours, bi-weekly
Qualifications/Education/Training: Associate Degree/Apprenticeship Program* and minimum of 6 years of electrical/electronic maintenance experience. In lieu of an Associate Degree/Apprenticeship Program, 10 years of electrical/electronic maintenance experience will be accepted. Must be able to demonstrate general personal computer data entry proficiency and basic control diagnostic procedures.
*Completed or enrolled and Completed within 1 year
Licenses and/or Certifications**: Due to insurance regulations, must be at least 21 years of age with a valid SC driver’s license. Certifications:
- Certified Electronics Technician (CETma)**
**maybe completed within 12 months of starting position
Florence, SC, United States