The Imaging Systems Engineer II is responsible for the day-to-day operation, administration, and support of all core clinical imaging systems (PACS, RIS, Voice Recognition) and ancillary systems. The Imaging Systems Engineer performs core imaging informatics system security maintenance, application maintenance, system maintenance, quality assurance, quality control, training, systems troubleshooting and coordination of system upgrades. The Imaging Systems Engineer II works with organizational clinicians, staff, and vendors to facilitate connectivity to core clinical imaging systems, training, system modification and issue resolution.
70% Operational: Provide administration, support, installation, maintenance, management, and coordination of enterprise-wide Keck Clinical Imaging Systems.Â Provide off-hour on-call support for issues; apply expertise and independent judgment for full resolution.Â Work on assigned projects both independently and as part of a team.Â Provide on-call support.
30% Design: Design and lead projects in the implementation and support of Keck Clinical Imaging Systems.; assist in ensuring stability and functionality of the assigned systems.Â Provide escalation support, troubleshooting and root-cause analysis of issues; assist in identifying and trouble-shooting information system problems, including isolating problems, recommending appropriate solutions and implementing solutions.Â Work closely with all IS teams to maintain Clinical Imaging Systems that are compliant with organizational standards and policies.Â
Minimum Education:â¢Bachelors in Engineering, Biomed, Computer Science or a related field and/or the equivalent combination of experience and education that would demonstrate the capability to successfully perform the essential functions of this position.Minimum Experience/Knowledge:â¢At least three (3) yearsâ experience supporting clinical imaging technology environments.â¢Three (3) or more years of experience with installation, operations, maintenance, and support of minimum of 2 of the following systems: RIS, Radiology PACS, Cardiology PACS, Voice Dictation, Advanced Post Processing, RadOnc EMR, EKG/EEG, GI.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:â¢Working level knowledge of DICOM, HL7 and IHE.â¢Demonstrate basic competency and ability to support Imaging Informatics system interfaces.â¢Working level knowledge of Imaging Modalities (XR, US, MRI, CT, Nuclear, Mammo, EKG).â¢Knowledge of LAN/WAN, Wired/Wireless networking technologies.â¢Knowledge of computer hardware (Advanced Workstations, Diagnostic monitors).â¢Basic/Advanced competency with Microsoft Windows OS at Desktop/Server level.â¢Detail oriented with strong organizational skills, ability to multitask and work in a dynamic, fast paced environmentâ¢Strong analytical and problem solving skills combined with exceptional business acumen.â¢Ability to work alone assertively completing projects by deadlinesâ¢Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.â¢Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and others, interacting and maintaining a strong sense of teamwork and collaborationâ¢Must be able to interact effectively with Clinicians, Patients, Vendors, Peers, Staff and Management within the organization.â¢Able to present professional telephone etiquetteâ¢Able to respond quickly in emergency situationsâ¢Able to provide on call 24/7 as needed.â¢Able to travel to multiple service locations as requested.Preferred Certification:â¢Certifications by PARCAâ¢Engineer II - Certified DICOM Integration Professional (CDIP)â¢Certified Imaging Informatics Professional (CIIP)Required License/Certification:â¢Fire and Safety Certification. If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date
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