Maintenance Engineer

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  • Location

    Romford, London

  • Sector:

    Facilities Jobs

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  • Salary:

    Up to £18.47 per hour

  • Contact:

    Natalie Pritchard-Barrett

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  • Published:

    27 days ago

  • Duration:

    3 Months

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We are looking for a Managed Equipment Service Engineer to be based at Queens Hospital in Romford for immediate start.
Duties will include:
Equipment faults to be investigated and assessed correctly ensuring the appropriate remedial action is implemented whilst taking account of patient safety, efficiency, cost, performance, response/fix times and personal targets.
Maintain the Companys standards of Compliance, Quality and Health & Safety as they relate to the MES operation.
Provide technical support on more complex faults/problems.
Other duties that are appropriate to the role as and when required to meet the operational needs of the Company.
Flexible shift rotas

Professional Knowledge:
The successful candidate will hold Electronics, Medical or Engineering Degree or HNC (or equivalent qualification or experience). Good communication skills both written and verbal, Sound knowledge of engineering principles and how they are applied in practice. Knowledge of Microsoft packages and service management software.

In addition:
You will have a good understanding of working to service level agreements and customer satisfaction targets. Proven post qualification work experience gained within a Managed Equipment Services (MES) / EBME workshop within a hospital environment.
Experience of troubleshooting and repairing Electro medical equipment.
The MES Engineer should have a minimum of 3 years experience of working on Medical equipment i.e. Infusion devices, ECG machines, Patient Monitors, Defibrillators etc.. Due to current pandemic situation, MES (Romford) is operating a 12 hours shift rota 3 days a week. The proposed engineer(s) should be flexible to work on shift rotas.