The Biomedical Equipment Repair Specialist to support the life cycle management of general, research, and medical supplies, equipment, and chemicals; and for supply chain management, to include arranging for transportation and storage of materials both dangerous and non-dangerous. The Technician shall provide support for the warehouse receiving and shipping docks to include certification in the use of forklifts and pallet jacks. Enrollment in the Biological Personnel Reliability Program (BPRP) is a requirement.
Perform acceptance testing, periodic maintenance and repair, and turn-in evaluations on all medical and laboratory equipment entering and leaving the USAMRIID facility to include buildings 1425, 1412, 1430 and the new facility building 8100. Approximate number of pieces of equipment/items will vary per week.
Enter all durable and non-expendable equipment into the DMLSS system. Verification of the appropriate maintenance activity will be confirmed in DMLSS. Approximate number of pieces of equipment/items will vary per week.
All equipment will be inventoried and maintenance significant and issue worksheets will be routed through Property Book Office (PBO Approximate number of pieces of equipment/items will vary per week.
Perform electrical safety tests in accordance with NFPA 99 and TB Med 750-1, as appropriate.
Coordinate with vendor on all vendor installed equipment. Approximate number of vendor contacts will vary per week.
Follow up on any and all missing or broken items of equipment, as appropriate. Approximate number of missing or broken parts will vary per week.
Coordinate with customer for installation, repair, and maintenance. Update DMLSS as appropriate. Approximate number of contacts will vary per week.
Ensure equipment is properly disposed of and in accordance with all regulations governing disposal of medical maintenance equipment and items. Disposal will vary month to month.
Use forklifts and pallet jacks as required (Training certification is required for both pieces of equipment).
May need to cover weekend work to reduce backlog in Scheduled and/or Unscheduled maintenance.
Provide weekly report of all work performed in support of medical maintenance and equipment accountability.
Experience performing scheduled, routine, and unscheduled maintenance on a wide range of medical and laboratory equipment. Familiarity with DMLSS preferred.
Required: currently enrolled in the Biological Personnel Reliability Program (BPRP) OR eligible for enrollment in BPRP