AIV, Inc. is an ISO and FDA registered, medical equipment service and supply company, located in Harmans, Maryland, near BWI airport. We focus on selling directly to Clinical Engineering departments within acute care hospitals throughout the U.S. We are also beginning to open channels to medical facilities in South America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
Our product portfolio consists of specialized repair services and sales of replacement parts and accessories. We specialize in the areas of Infusion Therapy, Fetal Monitoring, Pulse Oximetry and Cardiac Monitoring. Our corporate web site, www.aiv-inc.com, describes our core products and services in more detail.
What AIV has to offer
AIV values its employees and is dedicated to recruiting, hiring, and retaining the best people for our operations. While we are demanding about performance, we recognize employees as a valuable resource and treat them as such. We carefully select and hire people that we feel have the greatest likelihood of becoming successful long-term members of the staff, and provide them with opportunities grow and develop. We offer a dynamic culture where employees work collaboratively, and are collectively accountable for success or failure.
The company is privately owned and employs approximately 50 people. The health care industry, within which AIV operates, is relatively isolated from economic downturns, and benefits from growth due favorable demographics (aging of the population). The combination of these factors allows us to offer our team members a unique combination of growth and relative job security.
AIV employees are paid on a bi-weekly basis via direct deposit. The Company offers a formal plan of benefits and services. Although subject to change, they currently include paid leave for vacation, sick, holiday and personal days. The Company also offers health, dental, disability and life insurance. AIV's retirement benefits consist of a 401(k) plan. Additional benefits include tuition reimbursement and a flexible spending (Sec 125) plan.
Job Description: Repair Technician
This is part of Production, and reports to the Director of Operations. The major responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
Troubleshooting and repairing medical devices such as syringe & infusion pumps, assembling and disassembling devices to a component level, and performing QC checks on devices.
Profile of the Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate would have a minimum of 6 months prior experience troubleshooting and repairing electro-mechanical devices. He or she would also have the ability to work and stay focused without direct supervision, and the ability to arrive at solutions to technical issues from a variety of sources (technical manuals, OEM technical phone help, prior experience, coworkers, etc.) in a timely manner while interacting positively with coworkers.
High school Diploma or GED required, but we would prefer someone with a technical certification or AA degree in a technical field.
6+ months of experience troubleshooting and repairing mechanical or electrical equipment, preferably medical equipment.
You MUST possess the following skills:
Ability to diagnose/troubleshoot electro-mechanical equipment Ability to work quickly- complete repair of equipment quickly, vs. established time benchmarks Written and verbal communication - to understand written procedures, document results, interface with vendors and customers.
Medical Equipment Troubleshooting
Assembly and disassembly of electromechanical devices Customer communication for technical issues Completion of service reports on every device Daily repairs performed within time objectives (approximately 2.5 hours each) Testing of new devices from technical service manuals
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $33,280.00 /year
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