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Medical Beds Technician - Hampshire

Up to £14 per hour - Equipment Types - Bio/Medical Engineering - Public
Ref: 231 Date Posted: Sunday 20 May 2018
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Our client is an emerging multi vendor of medicalcal equipment services.  Following the award of a major contract with a significant NHS Trust on the South Coast we require an experienced Bed Technician to support the day to day activities of ensuring Beds are available for patient use.

The role will be work as part of a team, taking the Trusts defective beds and conducting suitable repairs to return them promptly into service.  The beds are now highly sophisticated electromechanical systems, hence a strong background in electrical/mechanical repair is essential.  In addition to repair you will be required to perform annual maintenance checks and PPM's on the beds in accordance with their annual repair schedules.

This is a very busy and varied role.  The work can be physically challenging at times, however it is significantly rewarding.

We are ideally looking for an electromechanical technician who offers prevous technical experience in maintaining patient assistaive equipment in a hospital environment.  If however you feel that you can offer good general electromechanical skills combined with the a ability to fault find within an engineering environment then we will consider a training package for the right individual.

We require an immediate start, to find out more give us a call.  

 

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