The Biomed Trainee program pairs Trainees who are looking for industry knowledge in Biomedical Technology with mentors within Sodexo HTM who have expertise on a variety of Healthcare Technology Management topics and skills. The goals of the program are to help Trainees develop their skills, knowledge, and abilities necessary to grow and be successful in the Biomedical Technology field; to provide a setting for them to collaborate on issues that are unique to healthcare technology professionals; and to encourage long-term career planning.
Through this program you will:
- Be assigned a dedicated mentor and training partner
- Receive formal training on medical terminology, anatomy, IT/cybersecurity, test equipment, electrical systems, & basic biomed/equipment repair
- Gain on-the-job training and experience in a hospital setting
- Learn how to serve in an entry-level clinical equipment support technician role
- Earn as you learn with a guaranteed wage increase as you develop new skills
The BMET Trainee program ends when the trainee achieves 18 months of work experience and obtains the CABT Certification which is a nationally recognized certificate issued by AAMI signifying that the trainee can schedule technology maintenance, support senior technicians, incoming/routine inspections, and minor troubleshooting.
Candidates recently graduating or obtaining certifications in biomed, electronics or related fields are encouraged to apply.
Locations available in various Cities/states throughout the US to include: Phoenix, AZ; Melbourne, FL; Omaha, NE; Trenton, NJ; Galveston, TX; Wyoming, MI; Los Angeles, CA; Cleveland, OH
Employees in Healthcare and Seniors are required to be fully vaccinated as a term and condition of employment at Sodexo no later than February 28, 2022, absent a legally required exception, and are required to report their vaccination status and upload proof of vaccination via an online portal.
- After February 28, you must be fully vaccinated before you can start work. Fully vaccinated by February 28 means:
- Obtain the first dose of a two-dose vaccine no later than January 27, 2022; and the second dose no later than February 28, 2022; or
- Obtain one dose of a single-dose vaccine no later than January 27, 2022
This position inventory, retrieves, tracks, assesses and repairs basic medical equipment.
- Repairs and/or maintains basic medical equipment
- Inventories equipment
- Communicates with customers and hospital staff
- Demonstrates a safety mindset
Qualifications & Requirements
Basic Education Requirement – High School Diploma, GED or equivalent
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