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Please note that this position may require an assessment after completion of the application. Please plan for an additional 20 - 30 minutes to complete this.
Shift:Weekend Shift (United States of America)
Transport medical devices to various clinical sites in a timely manner utilizing the pilot scheduling program. Perform quality control checks as well as decontaminate and service medical devices as required. Participate in the ongoing development of this pilot program by effectively using scheduling tool, analyzing resulting data, and providing feedback to leadership on its effectiveness.
* Minimum one year experience working with and repairing electronic devices required.
* High school education or equivalent required.
* Demonstrated leadership ability required.
* Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal required.
* Proficient with Microsoft Office products (e.g. Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word) required.
* Ability to multi-task and prioritize required.
* Ability to work independently from supervisor required.
* Rudimentary knowledge of basic statistics and data analysis required.
* Experience working with, operating, and repairing electronic medical equipment preferred.
* Associate's degree or currently in a program working towards a degree in computer science, biology, or other related field preferred.
* Prior coursework in statistics, econometrics, or data analysis preferred.
Working at Nebraska Medicine means you're committing to meaningful, impactful work that will elevate the success of your fellow colleagues and will help our patients and their families feel comfortable, confident and cared for.