Location: New York, New York
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We have an exciting opportunity for a Biomedical Engineering Specialist III to join the medical physics department.
We are actively developing new methods to address a wide range of imaging, radiotherapy, and engineering challenges in the treatment and diagnosis of cancer. Collaboration among medical physicists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, and other clinical investigators helps to ensure that the latest developments benefit patients as quickly as possible.
- A good decision-maker with proven success in making timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward.
- Committed and eager to take on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
- Consistently achieving results even under tough circumstances.
- Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives and goals.
- Actively learning through experimentation when tackling new problems, using both successes and failures as learning tools.
- Provide engineering electronics services in the maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, calibration, operation, preventative maintenance, safety, design, and installation of Medical Linear Accelerators and other biomedical equipment. This includes clinical or radiological imaging apparatus, radiotherapy systems, and electronic or electro-mechanical devices.
- Implement suggestions for modification and changes to equipment or systems in conjunction with the manufacturer's input and the needs of medical staff to enhance performance, reliability, functionality, and safety.
- Document and record information on equipment service/repair in a computer database and generate/maintain reports as requested by the supervisor.
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Biomedical Engineering or a related field
- 6-10 years of relevant work experience
- Experience with Linear accelerators (VARIAN preferred)
- Certification in Radiation Imaging and Therapy Systems Service
- Clinical or Electrical Engineering certification preferred
- Analog, digital, and microprocessor electronics design experience.
- In-depth knowledge of all aspects of clinical/radiological /therapeutic instrumentation systems design and management.
- Relational database design experience.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills. Publication history preferred.
- Knowledge and experience with a wide variety of test instrumentation. Capable of interpreting diagrams, prints, drawings and manufacture technical manuals. Knowledge of principles of particle accelerators necessary to accomplish on-site repairs.
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Pay Range $104,600.00-$167,400.00
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