Medical Imaging / Linear Accelerator / Oncology Radiation Service Engineer. Under the supervision of the Chief Engineer Radiation Oncology, will manage and perform maintenance and repairs on all therapeutic, diagnostic and medical imaging equipment to include: linear accelerators, simulators, CT scanners, fluoroscopes, and other equipment related to radiation therapy activities. This has a direct impact on patient and employee safety and on facilitating smooth flow of the Radiation Oncology Department. The
position will also be responsible for assisting in general electronic and mechanical equipment repairs and maintenance. Incumbent is subject to overtime, call-back and weekend work, often times with little advance notice. Schedules and performs preventive maintenance, routine, and emergency repair of radiotherapy linear accelerators, simulators, CT scanners, and other electronic equipment.
- Minimum three years experience component-level troubleshooting and repair of Radiation therapy equipment, to include: Varian TrueBeam high-energy linear accelerators, multi-leaf collimators, and analog and digital medical imaging equipment.
- Minimum three years experience and proven competency in the troubleshooting and repair of radiotherapy simulators, CT scanners, and digital imaging equipment.
- Associate Degree in Electronics or applicable military education. Provide DD214
- Preferred Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or Physics.
- Preferred Certification as Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) or Certification Radiology Equipment Specialist (CRES).
- Manufacturer’s certificate in linear accelerator training.
Must have a valid driver’s license and clear driving record.
Must be able to work in the US without Visa sponsorship.
Required Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:
• Experience in the repair of mechanical, electromechanical, electronic, and/or computer medical technology to diagnose and repair devices and systems.
• Ability to learn equipment maintenance and repair procedures from courses, service engineer representatives, and training materials.
• Ability to perform during emergency or stressful situations.
• Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Knowledge and skills in microwave, pulsed RF, and vacuum systems as required for maintenance of linear accelerators.
• Proven competency in performing preventive maintenance and advanced troubleshooting and repair of the clinical equipment.
• Component-level troubleshooting and repair of high-energy linear accelerators, multi-leaf collimators, and one or more of the following: radiotherapy simulators, diagnostic X-ray equipment, CT scanners, and digital imaging equipment desired.