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Biomedical Equipment Technician Instructor

Company: Logistics Support Inc (LSInc)

Job Title: Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET) Instructor

Location: Ft. Sam Houston, TX

Overview of position: 

  • Will need to provide platform and practical hands on instruction to BMET students to include but is not limited to installing, inspecting, maintaining, repairing, calibrating, modifying and designing biomedical equipment and support systems to adhere to medical standard guidelines. This course of instruction shall include at a minimum the theory of operation, basic physiological principles, and safe clinical application of biomedical equipment necessary to maintain facility patient care and medical staff equipment.
  • Provide instructional guidance and training on the use of hand tools, power tools, measuring devices, soldering techniques, manufacturers' manuals, troubleshooting techniques, and preventive-maintenance schedules necessary to perform maintenance and repair BMET equipment, will review course material and incorporate changes as required to keep subject matter current.
  • Incorporate and course updates to class materials, to include lesson plans, Student Evaluation Plans (SEP), Program of Instructions (POI). 
  • Ensure all students course materials; general references and examinations are clearly written, technically and didactically correct and revised sufficiently to maintain state of the art instruction as directed by the course Curriculum Development staff, conduct examination reviews and scheduled and unscheduled remedial training as required to assist students with course material. 
  • Will attend and participate in METC and BMET training and meetings, administer Examinations as scheduled and proctor to insure testing integrity. Be able to provide end of course student feedback that will be utilized for course improvement.  Will coordinate with other instructors to determine class schedules.


•A minimum of three (3) years of experience as a medical/dental equipment repair technician.

•A graduate of a military Biomedical Equipment Maintenance Technician training program or equivalent civilian training program.

•DoD and/or former DoD BMETs with MTF, Medical Equipment Repair Center (MERC), and instructor experience highly desired.

Additional Requirements:

•Possess excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills and be capable of learning and utilizing current and emerging military and commercial technology.

•Knowledge of instructional techniques and training methodologies in order to develop, implement, evaluate, and revise training programs.

•Experience utilizing a variety of instructional technologies, training equipment, and teaching methods to incorporate the principles of adult learning into teaching practices.

•Basic knowledge of computer equipment and the assigned area of system software. Demonstrate proficiency with the use of Microsoft Office Suite and incorporated programs to include Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word.

Physical Demands: Prolonged periods of standing shall be required while conducting lectures, facilitating and hands-on instruction.

•Work Environment: 100% of work is conducted is in a classroom, clinical indoor environment.

•Knowledgeable in installing, inspecting, maintaining, repairing, calibrating, modifying and designing biomedical equipment and support systems to adhere to medical standard guidelines, including the theory of operation, basic physiological principles, and safe clinical application of biomedical equipment necessary to maintain facility patient care and medical staff equipment.

•Possess knowledge of the procedures, tools, and devices involved in the installation, repair, and maintenance of all types of medical devices and medical equipment acquired through certified formal education/training.

•Possess, or have the ability to obtain, licenses and/or certificates for required equipment, e.g. Military Driver’s License, database/software training certificates and possess the ability to pass a State Criminal History Background Check.


Security requirements:   NACI


LSInc is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other protected characteristics.

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