Student Intern Biomedical Repair

internship - full time, paid

Catholic Health Initiatives
Cincinnati, OH
Closed
Posted 30 Days ago
Catholic Health Initiatives
Cincinnati, OH
internship - full time, paid
Posted 30 Days ago

Description

Student Intern Biomedical Repair Catholic Health Initiatives - National Office - Cincinnati, OH3.4 Full-timeEstimated: $34,000 - $48,000 a year Save Education * Bachelor's Degree * Associate's Degree Position Type: Regular Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period: 80 Primary Location: OH > CINCINNATI > GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL Healthcare isnt just for clinicians. Are you eager to gain specialized Biomedical Repair skills to make a difference in healthcare? Then youre in the right place. When you join our Clinical Engineering Internship in one of our non-profit CHI facilities across the nation, youll find challenging, rewarding work every day alongside people who have as much passion as you. Join us and together well create healthier communities. Imagine your career at Catholic Health Initiatives! Relationships: Who will I work with? As a Biomedical Repair Intern, you will join our in-house Clinical Engineering team comprised of multiple levels of Biomeds and Field Service Technicians, led by a nation-wide network of Managers, Directors, and VPs. This internship will allow you to supplement your education and learn a skilled trade alongside top technicians. You will also partner with some of our nations top clinical talent at the local hospital to help ensure the best patient care. And, lets not forget the most important relationship of allour patients. Impact: Why does this role matter? This role matters because you, working alongside a senior technician, will have a direct impact on patient care and satisfaction by ensuring all hospital medical equipment is functioning perfectly. Observing and assisting in providing routine equipment repair, preventative maintenance, and safety testing in our hospitals keeps the equipment functioning optimally so that our clinical and direct patient care teams can provide the best patient care possible. You can make the biggest impact by meeting these requirements: Must be in process of obtaining an Associates or Bachelors Degree in a related field, Electronics or Biomedical Repair Technology preferred. Entry level to three years of related experience. General knowledge of The Joint Commission, NFPA and other regulatory agencies/standards preferred. General knowledge or education on repairing and maintaining a wide variety of equipment. Growth: Is growth provided? Yes, absolutely! Our teams are structured in a way that promote expansion of knowledge as well as upward mobility. As a high performing intern, you may have the opportunity to obtain full time employment and work alongside our senior staff to further grow your career within CHI, because together were better. Click

Skills

healthcare, electronics, hospitals, testing, field service, training, clinical engineering, medical equipment, laboratory skills, biomedical engineering, aseptic technique, autoclave, laboratory equipment, centrifugation, laboratory techniques

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