Job Reference: 326-2955766-SR
Employer: Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Department: Electro-Medical Engineering Services
Location: East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey
Grade: Band 5
Contract: Permanent at 37.5 hours per week

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Electro-Medical Engineer to join a busy EME Services team maintaining the medical equipment spread across various sites of the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust. The successful applicant will be based at East Surrey Hospital working Trust wide as required.

Ideally, you will have a minimum of HNC/HND or equivalent in an Electrical / Electronic Engineering discipline with experience working in the electronic/electrical-mechanical field preferably workshop based. Prior knowledge of medical devices/medical engineering desirable but not essential.

Duties are to provide a complete medical equipment management service including acceptance testing, planned preventative maintenance, calibration and equipment repair. Good workshop skills including fault finding and corrective maintenance skills are imperative.

You must be self-motivated with a flexible approach, have the confidence to work alone and contribute when working with others.

You must have excellent communication and IT skills, be well organised and have the ability to develop effective working relationships with suppliers and Trust staff at all levels.

High standards of safety and accountability will be expected.

When fully embedded into the team the successful candidate will participate in the EME Services on-call system and should be able to attend the site within an hour.

This post is subject to a Criminal Records Bureau check and is exempt from the ‘Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974’ therefore all convictions must be disclosed.

For an informal discussion contact Chris Riley - EME Services Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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