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$108,000 - $167,000
Seattle, WA
February 22nd 2020
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Director Clinical and Biomedical Engineering

Seattle, Washington

Our Client’s highest priority continues to be on quality and safety for every patient.

We are looking for a Leader possessing at least 3 years of progressively more responsibility in management or a supervisory role combined with a minimum of 7 years of clinical or medical imaging equipment service experience.  The Director of Clinical and Biomedical Engineering is responsible for providing leadership, vision, and a working environment that promotes teamwork and customer satisfaction, and for ensuring that the standards of service are met for the Clinical and Medical Imaging Engineering team.  


This role will perform and maintain competencies as required by regulatory requirements and population served as well as maintain departmental budgets of the department. You will review, evaluate, and report on the quantity, quality, and effectiveness of department personnel. Oversee maintenance of department records including equipment master files, inventory listings, and equipment maintenance histories. This role will also manage vendor service quality assurance program consisting of: verifying quality of vendor service, auditing field service reports for completion and accuracy, auditing vendor invoices for accuracy, approving vendor invoices for payment and will also develop, evaluate, and report on quantity, quality, and effectiveness of departmental service programs and services as well as additional Director responsibilities.



Why is this a GREAT opportunity?

Compensation begins in the low six figures and goes up significantly with experience and suitability.  

Our Client is the largest nonprofit health provider in the Greater Seattle area with an expanding network of facilities! With an estimated 730,000 residents, Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. Its climate is temperate all year long, with relatively dry summers and wet winters. There’s a common misconception that it rains more in Seattle than in other cities, but Seattle actually receives less precipitation than New York, Chicago, Miami, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston, Baltimore, and many other places. It used to be known as the “Queen City” but its official nickname became “Emerald City” in 1981, as a reference to the lush evergreen forests in the area. It’s also referred to as “The City of Goodwill,” which was adopted right before it hosted the 1990 Goodwill Games


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