Henderson, Nevada: Incorporated in 1953, Henderson is Nevada's
second largest city with more than 302,000 residents. Our city is
pleased to be recognized as the Second Safest City in America by
Forbes magazine and three times named to MONEY magazine's list of
"Best Places to Live in America." Our favorable tax structure,
award-winning health care locations, accredited parks, police and
fire departments all contribute to these accolades setting our
While our city has grown to host a variety of metropolitan
cultural arts and nationally recognized special events, we retain
our small-town values and atmosphere. Annual events and local
parades are still held in the Water Street District, our original
"main street." Our community also celebrates the grand openings of
local businesses, accomplishments of our youth and contributions of
our centenarians. With numerous parks, mixed-use shopping areas,
master-planned communities and senior living neighborhoods,
Henderson is a place where all can live, learn, work and play.
Henderson is not just a place to live, but truly a place to call
Henderson Hospital is a member of The Valley Health System, a
network of six acute care hospitals that provide care for patients
throughout Southern Nevada and nearby communities. Located in
Henderson, NV, this acute care hospital offers emergency care,
surgical services, including an outpatient surgery center,
cardiovascular care, women's health and maternity services,
including a Level II neonatal intensive care unit, outpatient wound
care and a freestanding emergency department. Henderson Hospital
has received multiple patient safety awards from The Leapfrog Group
in 2018 and 2019, including its Top General Hospital award, which
is widely acknowledged as one of the most competitive honors
American hospitals can receive. In spring 2019, Henderson Hospital
was also awarded its second consecutive "A" grade from The Leapfrog
Performs evaluations, repairs, inspections, and preventive
maintenance on devices used in the care and treatment of patients
at UHS facilities. Focuses performance to ensure the safest and
best possible patient experience. Works independently with minimal
supervision. Delivers exceptional service to all customers.
Delivers service that meets or exceeds all regulatory requirements
and compliance. Assists UHS HTM leadership with developing and
strengthening facility and vendor relationship. Meets all
established key performance indicator (KPI) requirements.
An Associate's Degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology or
degree in electronic engineering technology and related experience
in repairs and troubleshooting of medical equipment or equivalent
military or technical training.
Three (3) to five (5) years experience working in hospital
Biomedical/Clinical Engineering department.
Understanding of regulatory requirements of medical devices
(CMSN, TJC, CLIA, AABB, NRC, State, Local)
ACI Certification Required (CBET, CRES, CLES, or CHTM)
Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary
to provide care/service appropriate to the age of the patient.
All UHS subsidiaries are committed to providing an environment
of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are
available to all applicants and teammates. UHS subsidiaries are
equal opportunity employers and as such, openly support and fully
commit to recruitment, selection, placement, promotion and
compensation of individuals without regard to race, color,
religion, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and
sexual orientation), genetic information, national origin,
disability status, protected veteran status or any other
characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
We believe that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is
critical to our success.