Bio Equipment Specialist

Virginia Blood Services (ITxM)
Richmond, VA

The Bio Equipment Specialist is responsible for the Mobiles and Community Donor Centers Operations quality control for equipment tracking and maintenance, and annual equipment calibration. The specialist maintains accurate records related to equipment maintenance and annual calibrations, performs scheduled quality control (QC) on all required donor services equipment, reagents and labels in an accurate and timely manner, performs validation procedures on newly acquired donor services equipment, and assists with the development of corresponding Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The incumbent reviews and maintains accurate and organized QC records on all required donor services equipment, keeps accurate spreadsheets of all equipment in donor services, and notifies management when cleanings/calibrations are due. The specialist repairs donor services equipment as required. Orders replacement parts as needed. Maintains accurate inventory of equipment parts. Maintains accurate servicing instructions in addition to service manuals, as needed. Maintains documentation of repair and returns repaired equipment back to operations in a timely manner. The ideal candidate must have a High School Diploma or equivalent. Two or four year technical degree preferred. Three years relevant work experience required. Three years equipment validation and maintenance experience preferred. Competitive hourly wage and excellent benefits. Apply directly to our website for consideration www.itxm.org.