Biomedical Engineering Technician Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Biomedical Engineering Technician in United States

The average salary of a(n) Biomedical Engineering Technician in United States is $61,459.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Biomedical Engineering Technician in United States is $29.55.

The average bonus of a(n) Biomedical Engineering Technician in United States is $1,198.00.

Job Description:

Repairs, calibrates, and keeps medical equipment and instrumentation used in health care delivery field maintained. Inspects and installs medical and related technical equipment in medical and research facilities for use by physicians, nurses, scientists, or engineers involved in researching, monitoring, diagnosing, and treating physical ailments or dysfunctions. Services various equipment and apparatus, such as patient monitors, electrocardiographs, blood-gas analyzers, x-ray units, defibrillators, electrosurgical units, anesthesia apparatus, pacemakers, blood-pressure transducers, spirometers, sterilizers, diathermy equipment, in-house television systems, patient-care computers, and other related technical paraphernalia. Repairs, calibrates, and maintains equipment, using hand tools, power tools, measuring devices, and knowledge of manufacturers' manuals, troubleshooting techniques, and preventive maintenance schedules. Safety-tests medical equipment and health care facility's structural environment to ensure patient and staff safety from electrical or mechanical hazards. Consults with medical or research staff to ascertain that equipment functions properly and safely, utilizing knowledge of electronics, medical terminology, human anatomy and physiology, chemistry, and physics. May demonstrate and explain correct operation of equipment to medical personnel. May modify or develop instruments or devices, under supervision of medical or engineering staff. May work as salesperson or service technician for equipment manufacturers or their sales representatives. Less

Repairs, calibrates, and keeps medical equipment and instrumentation used in health care delivery field maintained. Inspects and installs medical and related technical equipment in medical and research facilities for use by physicians, nurses, scientists, or engineers involved in researching, monitoring,... More

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