Engineering (Biomedical)

Example Job Adverts

Please find below some recent job advertisements sourced by the Careers and Employer Liaison Centre (CELC). 

It should be noted that this is not an exhaustive list, but is merely meant to demonstrate the employment opportunities available to graduates of this discipline.

Medical Devices Management, Biomedical Engineer

Medical Devices Management is a biomedical and Clinical Engineering services company that will start and engage in maintaining medical equipment for a major hospital in Adelaide and is seeking an appropriate candidate to take part in the company.

The Biomedical Engineer position involves:

• Electro-medical equipment including Electro-surgery Units, Defibrillators, Endoscopic Equipment, Infusion Devices, Various Pumps, Tympanic Thermometers, Patient Monitoring;
• Body/Cardiac protected electrical areas;
• Anaesthetic Equipment including Anaesthetic Machines, Ventilators and Vaporisers;
• Gas Therapy Equipment including medical gas regulators, flow-meters and suction equipment.
• Be Available to take part on On Call Roster
• Able to work in patient treatment areas
• Punctual and professional
• Appropriate training will be provided on the job
• Some travel maybe involved
• To be eligible to apply you must be a permanent resident of Australia.

Chemtronics Biomedical Engineering, Graduate/Trainee Service Engineers (2) - Biomedical

Chemtronics Biomedical Engineering is a leading independent provider of biomedical services. Chemtronics, a not for profit division of Cabrini Health, aims to deliver the highest level of service to an extensive client portfolio of government and private health facilities throughout Australia and New Zealand.
 
Graduate Service Engineer positions providing repair and maintenance services to biomedical equipment have become available in Melbourne. The successful applicants will use their skills to troubleshoot, repair and perform scheduled maintenance on electro-medical and gas therapy equipment.  Candidates should be organised and pro-active in their approach to work, able to work independently with minimal supervision after initial training.

Responsibilities include the minimisation of operational downtime through preventative maintenance and servicing; and working to ensure the contractual obligations and relevant Australian Standards are met.
 
To be successful in this role you will have:

• Australian trade qualifications or a diploma/degree in electronic engineering or equivalent;
• Strong PC and MS Office literacy;
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
• A current non-restricted driver’s licence.

Experience with biomedical or gas therapy equipment will be highly regarded, but is not essential as training will be provided. The position will include repairs and service to equipment in the following areas:

• Electro-medical equipment including Electro-surgery Units, Defibrillators, Endoscopic Equipment, Infusion Devices, Patient Monitoring, and a wide variety of other equipment types.
• Body/Cardiac protected electrical areas;
• Anaesthetic Equipment including Anaesthetic Machines, Ventilators and Vaporisers;
• Gas Therapy Equipment including medical gas regulators, flow-meters and suction equipment.

Department of Health (Central Adelaide Local Health Network - The Royal Adelaide Hospital), Biomedical Engineering - Technical Officer

Duties: The Biomedical Engineering Technician contributes to the achievement of the Royal Adelaide Hospital’s Biomedical Engineering Departments mission and goals through the professional and timely provision of maintenance and management of biomedical devices.

Essential Minimum Qualifications: A Diploma in Electronic Engineering or equivalent qualification.

Special Conditions: Work in operating theatres, research laboratories and other patient treatment areas as required. Participate in an "on call" roster. Work within a multi-disciplined environment. Must have a current, valid and unencumbered driver’s licence (car). Out of hours and shift duties may be required.