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Electronics Technician

Fairfax Medical Campus 603051 Full Time 3300 Gallows Road, Falls Church, VA, 22042, US
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Job Description

Appearance, Health, and Safety Behavior - Adhere to departmental and governmental safety standards and departmental and organizational personal appearance policies Electronics Equipment/Machinery - Working under the general supervision of the Lead Electronics Technician, inspect, maintain, and repair a variety of electronics equipment and systems found in the hospital Electronics Systems Maintenance & Repair - Working under the general supervision of the Lead Electronics Technician, maintain and repair the full spectrum of electronics systems existent within the hospital to ensure an environment that is hazard free for patients, visitors, and staff and conductive to patient care. Environment of Care - Working under the general supervision of the Lead Electronics Technician, inspect, maintain, repair Environment of Care electrical systems to ensure that they meet Environment of Care and Life Safety Code standards Renovation and Construction - Under the general supervision of the supervisor, accomplish small renovation and construction projects in compliance with county and building codes

Job Responsibilities
 
  • Wear appropriate safety equipment and comply with departmental and OSHA safety standards at all times.
  • Keep personal work spaces and equipment in a safe and orderly condition Follow hospital infection control/universal precautions at all times
  • Maintain a clean, neat, hygienic, well-groomed, and professional personal appearance in accordance with departmental and hospital policies at all times Electronics Equipment/Machinery - Working under the general supervision of the Lead Electronics Technician, inspect, maintain, and repair a variety of electronics equipment and systems found in the hospital
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair nurse call equipment to ensure that the equipment is free of hazards and optimally available to the customer
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair the hospital pneumatic tube transport system to ensure that the equipment is optimally available to the using units in the hospital.
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair a variety of electronics equipment supporting patient care to include, but not limited to, overhead page systems, parking gate apparatus, digital controls, CCTV systems, television and VCR equipment.
  • Support and assist the Engineering Department by performing electronics analysis, repair, and maintenance for a variety of OR and Special Procedures equipment Electronics Systems Maintenance & Repair - Working under the general supervision of the Lead Electronics Technician, maintain and repair the full spectrum of electronics systems existent within the hospital to ensure an environment that is hazard free for patients, visitors, and staff and conductive to patient care.
  • Complete assigned work orders and PM orders to maintain the reliability and integrity of the electronics infrastructure in the hospital Inform supervisor if additional resources are required to complete the customer's request Inform the charge person of the unit requesting the service of the status of their request.
  • If the service cannot be completed immediately follow-up to ensure the service is completed to the satisfaction of the customer
  • Control and complete assigned work orders/PM orders upon completion of the requested work and return to the supervisor at the end of each work day Informs the supervisor of needs for supplies and parts necessary to maintain shop responsibilities
  • Respond to emergency calls to correct electronics systems failures during evening, night, weekend and holiday periods.
  • Environment of Care - Working under the general supervision of the Lead Electronics Technician, inspect, maintain, repair
  • Environment of Care electrical systems to ensure that they meet Environment of Care and Life Safety Code standards
  • Maintain a knowledge of Environment of Care and Life Safety Code Standards Maintain and repair deficiencies relating to the critical electronics systems to provide a hazard free environment for the patients, staff, and visitors using the buildings
  • Complete all PM orders pertaining to the fire alarm system and submit to the Supervisor at the end of each working day
  • Control and complete issued paperwork for EOC corrections.
  • Submit to the Project Manager to provide evidence of compliance for county and JCAHO inquiries
  • Renovation and Construction - Under the general supervision of the supervisor, accomplish small renovation and construction projects in compliance with county and building codes
  • Evaluate and determine the resources necessary to accomplish electronics construction requirements for assigned renovation projects
  • Develop a materials take-off listing from plans and blue prints
  • Coordinate work with other trades and the Project Manager Install and/or alter electronics systems to allow completion of the project
  • Keep project sight clean and orderly to eliminate any hazards



Additional Requirements

Successful completion of AIT service training in electronics may be substituted for the above requirements.

Education: Associates Degree or graduation with a diploma from a recognized school in Electronics Technology required. Proficient in English.

Experience: Four years in the electronics trade with an emphasis on benchwork in analog and digital circuitry. One year of experience with hospital equipment.