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Medical Engineer - Band 6 - Somerset

Equipment Types - Bio/Medical Engineering - Public
Ref: 256 Date Posted: Monday 30 Jul 2018
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Our Client irequires a medical engineer to be based in Somerset in a modern recently constructed hospital.  Following a re-organisation of services we require a Band 6 Medical Engineer for an assignment for the next 3 - 6 months.

You will be working in a lively and dynamic environment supporting medical equipment in a highly specialised hospital.  You will be providing a wide range of medical devices support from commonly found patient monitoring through to the full range of specialist equipment found in operating theatres.  You will be expected to deal with routine PM's and Electrical Safety Testing through to first line emergency repairs with the objective of returning medical equipment back into normal service as quickly as possible.

The successful candidate in this role will be currently be a medical engineer, probably already working in a UK hospital environment supported by at least two years experience of working with a wide range of medical devices.  You will be familiar with the latest Electrical Safety Testing standard of IEC 62353 and recognised MHRA protocols for working with medical equipment in an EBME environment.

If you feel that you have the experience that our client is looking for and can be available to start the assignment within at least the next two weeks then contact us immediately for further information so that we can give you the option of being submitted for the post.

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