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Medical Engineer - Band 6 - London

Up to £24 per hour - Equipment Types - Bio/Medical Engineering - Public
Ref: 284 Date Posted: Tuesday 12 Mar 2019
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Our Client seeks an experienced Medical Engineer to join their team immediately to assist with a major equipment replacement programme currently going on within the hospital.

You will be working in one of London's leading University Teaching Hospital's and will be part of a very dynamic environment in a modern fresh environment.  The objective of the role is to assist with a significant equipment refresh and replacement programme of commonly found patient monitoring devices and infusion therapy equipment.  You will be commissioning and acceptance testing of the equipment as it arrives on site from the manufacturer and then placing it out in the wards where it is required.  This will require you to be able to work unsupervised with Electrical Safety tester, therefore knowledge of equipment class and type is essential.  In addition you may be required to conduct routine annual safety checks and perform functional checks on equipment that will continue to be retained by the Trust.

In addition you will be required to provide reactive technical support fro the common range of medical devices being received in the Medical Engineering Department ona daily bases from common patient monitoring equipment, through to Infusion Pumps, Syringe Drivers and Critical care equipment found in the operating theatre. 

The successful candidate will be a recognised medical engineer who is familiar with UK medical device safety protocols and has previously worked in a UK NHS Hospital environment within the past two years.  

If you feel that you have the skills for this requirement or would like more information then please contact us immediately.on  

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