JOSEPH P. STOERGER
â€¢ HOLLAND, PENNSYLVANIA 18966
PHONE â€¢ E-MAIL JAM727@VERIZON.NET
To obtain a position which best utilizes my extensive experience in biomedical electronics, management and customer service.
|March 2004 – Present Phillips, Inc.
Senior Biomedical Technician, University Medical Center of Princeton
Â§ Repaired and performed preventative maintenance on 95% of the hospital’s
biomedical equipment, including monitors, infusion pumps and various laboratory
Â§ Oversee inventory of all biomedical equipment.
Â§ Responsible for ordering replacement parts and new equipment.
Â§ Schedule and maintain monthly work requirements for all hospital departments.
Â§ Perform weekly safety rounds both in hospital and off-site locations.
Â§ Interact with all levels of hospital personnel to optimize maintenance procedures.
July 2001-June 2003 Livingston Technologies
Senior Biomedical Technician, St. Barnabas Medical Center
Â§ Supervise a workforce of five BioMedical technicians.
Â§ Oversee inventory and repairs of all biomedical equipment; ordering
of replacement parts and new equipment.
Â§ Repaired and performed preventative maintenance on 90% of hospitals’ biomedical
equipment, including monitors, infusion pumps and laboratory equipment.
Â§ Interacted with all levels of hospital personnel to improve maintenance procedures through out hospital.
Â§ Met with vendors to purchase and implement new equipment.
February 1999-July 2001 Cohr Masterplan
Biomedical Manager, Jersey City Medical Center
Â§ Promoted from Biomedical Technician in January 2000.
Â§ Manage three locations: Jersey City Medical Center, Meadowlands Hospital and Greenville Hospital.
Â§ Supervised a workforce of six Biomedical Technicians.
Â§ Responsible for new employee hiring, firing and training of employees.
Â§ Implement and manage preventative maintenance schedule and emergency repairs both in-house and by outside vendors.
Â§ Negotiate vendor contracts and served as liaison between hospitals and vendors.
Â§ Analyze and maintain monthly, quarterly and annual repair reports.
Â§ Repaired and performed preventative maintenance on hospitals’ biomedical equipment, including monitors, infusion pumps and lab equipment.
Â§ Advised on operational theory and safe clinical applications of biomedical equipment.
May 1997-February 1999 National Medical Diagnostics(Formally Steris)
Biomedical Technician, Bayonne Hospital
Â§ Perform preventative maintenance of all biomedical equipment while maintaining a 95% overall completion rate.
Â§ Schedule and maintain monthly work requirements for department.
Â§ Instrumental in establishing the first in-house biomedical department at Bayonne Hospital.
April 1994-May 1997 Mediq PRN
Customer Service Representative
Â§ Performed preventative maintenance on critical life support rental equipment for delivery to various hospitals.
Â§ Performed on the spot repair to equipment at rental sights.
Â§ Worked independently after hours to identify, locate, prepare and deliver equipment required by customers.
|EDUCATION AND SPECIAL SKILLS|
|September 1991-April 1993 RETS National Education Center Nutley, NJ
Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering
GE Medical Systems Education Center Wisconsin
Certificate in STKS/MAXM service training
Proficient in MicroSoft Word, Excel and Outlook.