Job Description:Incharge of division Coordinating with suppliers Planning and budgeting of medical equipments Daily rounds and audit of the medical equipments Attend the complaints of the medical equipments Maintain the records and reports of the division
Desired Candidate ProfileBTech/BE Biomedical Engineer job-seeker with min 3-years experience in hospitals.
Experience Required: 2 – 5 Years
Education Required: UG – B.Tech/B.E. – Biomedical PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization,Post Graduation Not Required
Description: 1) Effectively manage and coordinate activities of the Biomedical Engineering Department to include the evaluation, replacement, service and repair of complex biomedical patient equipment; administer policies and procedures applicable for efficient operations.
2) To provide necessary support to the Doctors / Nursing Staff / Operators in terms of equipment’s usage.
3) Direct all aspects of maintenance, and repair of the equipment, as well as ongoing training and education of staff related to safe medical device uses and practices.
Moogambigai Charitable and Educational Trust was established in the year 1992 by the chairman Sri A.C. Shanmugam, B.A.L.L.B. with the sole objective for starting institutions of higher education for exemplary stature to serve the people of Karnataka.
A research project at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna) has paved way to smallest and affordable printers,producing 3-D objects.Several scientific fields have to come together, to design a 3D-printer. The device was assembled by mechanical engineers in the research group of professor Jürgen Stampfl, but also the chemical research by the team of professor Robert Liska was of crucial importance: first, chemists have to determine which special kinds of synthetic material can be used for printing.
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