Anaesthesia and Ventilator Engineer – Full Time –

  • Permanent
  • Nationwide
  • Country: United Kingdom


This is a national role working for a highly successful healthcare provider. We are seeking an experienced Anaesthesia and Ventilator Engineer who will be responsible for developing and supporting the management of specialist equipment, namely (but not restricted to) Anaesthesia and Ventilator equipment. You will also be needed for first line support and mentor identified site and field-based engineers to enable daily on-site repair, preventative maintenance and asset management of specialist medical devices within hospital locations.

Your role:

To travel as required and develop relationships with customer representatives in this specialist area, promoting confidence and competence in the management of these technologies

Perform actual servicing and repairs as needed. To develop and foster relationships with specialist medical device OEMs to both manage external service contracts as well as enhance our ability to service these devices in house with parts, training and interventions as required

To work with and support operational leaders and Managers in achieving contract KPIs

To complete all associated administrative work in completing repairs and preventative maintenance as outlined in company procedures

To work within the Quality Assurance and Environmental, Health & Safety policies

To support customers whenever needed to ensure minimal disruption to the operation of the hospital

To build long-term relationships with customers, subcontractors and staff to ensure responsiveness and support to customers

Additional duties:

Maintaining service documentation in line with business requirements

Responsible for escalating and defining necessary resources required to maintain specialized equipment

Liaise with 3rd party suppliers for spare part and contract quotations as needed

Ensure data integrity within company management systems

Responsible for delivering customer satisfaction

Deal with OEM service staff and management when required

Maintain tools and test equipment in line with company Standards

Attend meetings when required

Seek opportunities to grow business

Review ways to improve productivity and reduce operating expenditure

To work within set budgets as discussed and agreed from time to time

To prepare business activity reports, and operational reports as and when necessary, to be agreed

To read and comply with all company policies, which may be changed from time to time with notice
The person:

Essential – Certified OEM trainings of Anaesthesia and ventilators

Essential – 3 – 5 Years in biomedical setting – Preferably Anaesthesia and Ventilator. Patient monitoring, diathermy’s (electro surgery units), Theatre tables, Defibrillator’s, Infusion & volumetric devices equipment etc.

Qualification in Engineering, electronics or medical technologies such as biomedical engineering, desirably at bachelors level

Familiarity with appropriate national and local regulatory standards

Has worked in clinical areas and involving patient communication


Job Type: Permanent

Location: Nationwide

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