lllllllllllllllllllMay 9, 2024


  • Full time
  • 7 months ago
  • Oman

Job Information

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    Salary OMR 600-1200 / Monthly
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    Shift Morning
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    No. of Openings 1 opening
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    Job Level : Experienced
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    Job Experience : 3-6
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    Job Qualifications Any Graduation

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Job Description


A Biomedical Engineer, often referred to as a Clinical Engineer or Medical Equipment Technician, is a highly specialized professional at the intersection of engineering, healthcare, and technology. Their primary role is to design, maintain, and optimize medical equipment and systems, ensuring the highest standards of patient care and safety within the healthcare industry.

Roles & Responsibilities

Job Requirements
Candidate should have experience in Medical Lab, X-ray, Dental, Derma, Gynaecology, Ent
Work Experience-3 Year

Education: Bachelor of Technology/Engineering(Biomedical)

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Equipment Management: Biomedical Engineers are responsible for the full lifecycle management of medical devices and equipment. They procure, install, calibrate, and maintain a wide range of medical technology, from diagnostic machines to life-saving devices.
  2. Equipment Maintenance: They perform routine inspections, preventive maintenance, and repairs on medical equipment to ensure it operates safely and efficiently. This includes troubleshooting and diagnosing technical issues.
  3. Equipment Upgrades: Staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in medical technology, Biomedical Engineers assess the need for equipment upgrades and modifications to enhance performance, accuracy, and safety.
  4. Risk Assessment: They conduct risk assessments to identify potential hazards associated with medical equipment and implement strategies to minimize patient risk and ensure compliance with safety standards.
  5. Regulatory Compliance: Biomedical Engineers ensure that all medical equipment complies with regulatory and accreditation standards, such as those set by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) or Joint Commission.
  6. User Training: They provide training to healthcare staff on the proper use and maintenance of medical equipment, ensuring that end-users are knowledgeable and confident in operating the devices safely.
  7. Data Management: Biomedical Engineers often work with healthcare IT professionals to integrate medical equipment with electronic health records (EHR) systems, enabling seamless data exchange and improving patient care.
  8. Research and Development: In some settings, these engineers may be involved in research and development activities to create innovative medical technologies and devices that address specific clinical needs.
  9. Collaboration: They collaborate closely with healthcare providers, administrators, and equipment manufacturers to address equipment-related issues, optimize workflows, and facilitate effective communication.

Skills and Qualities:

  • Strong technical and engineering skills, including proficiency with various medical devices and software.
  • Attention to detail and precision in equipment maintenance and calibration.
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities to diagnose and address technical issues.
  • Knowledge of healthcare regulations, standards, and compliance requirements.
  • Effective communication skills to convey complex technical information to non-technical stakeholders.
  • Analytical mindset for risk assessment and process improvement.
  • Adaptability to rapidly evolving healthcare technology.
  • Commitment to patient safety and healthcare quality.
  • Continuous learning and staying updated with industry trends.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering or a related field (advanced degrees may be required for specialized roles).

In conclusion, Biomedical Engineers play an indispensable role in the healthcare ecosystem, ensuring that medical equipment and technology are reliable, safe, and capable of delivering the highest standard of patient care. Their work directly impacts the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, making them integral to the advancement of healthcare.

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