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Medical Engineer - Band 5 - Borders

Up to £20 per hour - Equipment Types - Bio/Medical Engineering - Public
Ref: 208 Date Posted: Monday 11 Sep 2017

Our Client is seeking an experienced Medical Engineer at a Band 5 level to provide Clinical Engineering support at a critical time in its relocation to a brand new hospital.  Based in Southern Scotland this NHS Acute hospital is relocating to a new purpose built site and requires at 5 Medical Engineers to provide technical support in order to achieve a successful move.  

You will play a significant role in the final stage of the relocation assisting with the phased transfer of intensive care patients from the old site to the new facility who are unable to move themselves and will require a delicately managed transfer.  On reaching the new location you will assist the relation team is ensuring that the medical equipment is functioning correctly in its new location and that the patient is not at risk from medical device malfunction.

The success candidate for this role will be an experienced medical engineer who can demonstrate at least two years of working in the UK in an NHS Acute environment and is familiar with the current protocols for technically supporting medical devices as directed by the MHRA.  In addition to the commonly found medical equipment in the hospital you will also need to be familiar with intensive care equipment.  You will have an outgoing character and able to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel in the hospital.

If this role sounds just what you are looking for then please contact us immediately for further details.

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