The Manager of Clinical Engineering is a key leadership role in Capital Management for the South Zone (west) and reports directly to the Director of Clinical Engineering in the South Zone. This position is accountable for the management and performance of our health technology management services within their respective portfolio, under the direction of the Director. This is to ensure alignment with zonal and provincial Clinical Engineering strategies and initiatives as well as industry standards and regulations governing the profession. Key responsibilities and accountabilities include providing operational leadership in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of Clinical Engineering services within the framework of the strategy and objectives of Alberta Health Services. Responsibilities also include strategic planning and improvement opportunities, risk management, resource management, financial management, and other related duties as necessary. Specific responsibilities would include direct supervision, coaching, and mentoring Biomedical Equipment Technologists.
Graduate of a Biomedical Engineering Technology program, with at least 10 years of health care experience in an acute care facilities. Demonstration of a clear pattern of professional and personal development. Effective verbal and written communicator with strong organization skills, client focused orientation and commitment to providing responsive, quality services. Proven ability to foster partnerships and to achieve organizational goals within a diverse team.
Additional required qualifications include familiarity with medical specialties and treatment modalities, a demonstrated clear pattern of professional and personal development, and technical troubleshooting ability, incident investigations, and project planning experience. Candidate should be an effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills, and client-focused to provide quality service. Should also demonstrate ability to manage change and create innovative solutions for complex and diverse issues.
Graduate of a Biomedical Engineering Technology program with at least 10 years of health care experience in an acute care environment and eligible for CET, PTech, or CBET designation. In addition, unique knowledge and skills include the understanding of Clinical Engineering operations and a minimum of 5 years management experience, ideally in Biomedical or Clinical Engineering. Other equivalent education with 10 years of health care experience in acute care facilities will also be considered.