What is the role of a Biomedical Engineer? 

Biomedical engineers play an instrumental role in ensuring the safety and effectiveness of medical equipment, devices, and systems. They are responsible for designing, testing, and maintaining medical technology, as well as collaborating with healthcare professionals to address specific needs and challenges. Their expertise is essential in advancing medical technology while adhering to strict safety regulations and industry standards.

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Warehouse Associate I (P66PJP00007240)

undefined: Borger, TX

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Operations

undefined: 2 undefined

Responsibilities May Include: * Purchasing, receiving, processing, issuing, kitting, labeling, and storing incoming stock. * Maintaining clear records on all inventory and stock * Inspecting all stock for damages and keeping records of damages. * Organizing the warehouse space. * Preparing orders for shipment. * Recording exact arrival and departure times for shipments. * Operating stock management tools; for example, a forklift or lull fork truck. * Counting stock and keeping inventory records via SAP transactions. * Oversee Warehouse Operations. * UPS and Fed Ex Shipping. * Hazardous Material Shipping

Project Manager

undefined: Arizona

undefined: Mining

undefined: Project management

undefined: 5 undefined

Responsible for day-to-day management beginning in the early phases of project definition with project concept, detail design, execution planning, phasing, scheduling, constructability reviews, and continuing throughout the execution and commissioning phases of the project, with particular emphasis on jobsite health and safety, environmental protection and labor relations of major mining and metallurgical process facilities projects. The scope of this position includes all aspects of project management from early planning stages through field execution and commissioning activities, with hand-off to the site operations team for beneficial operation. Reports to the General Manager Site Sustaining Capital.

Air Quality Compliance Specialist

undefined: Point Celeste, LA

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality

undefined: 4 undefined

Collaborate with site and corporate staff to understand site-specific processes and operating procedures for effective support of Air Quality Regulatory Compliance. Collect relevant data from site staff, contractors, and corporate staff to demonstrate compliance with monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements. Prepare and update Air Quality Compliance Plans and Procedures for the site. Prepare and update air emission inventories, related background data, and weekly and monthly Air Quality Compliance reports. Conduct site walkthroughs and coordinate periodic stack tests and fugitive monitoring surveys. Assist with conducting Air Quality Compliance training for site staff. Assist with conducting internal site audits of Air Quality Compliance activities. Research and interpret federal (e.g., NSPS, NESHAP) and LDEQ regulatory requirements as needed.

I&E Designer II

undefined: Ponca City, OK

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Engineering & Design

undefined: 4 undefined

Use company's design standards and project procedures to create project drawings including the following but not limited to: Schematics Building layouts, equipment layouts, cable tray routing, conduit routing Cable/Conduit schedule Installation Details Bill of Materials Voltage Drop Calculations Cable Fill Calculations

Data Entry Clerk III

undefined: Spring

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Other Law

undefined: 2 undefined

Main Functions Enters and updates information into computer programs or databases accurately and efficiently. Assesses files to determine what information needs to be entered and identify the appropriate location for entry. Prepares source data for entry by compiling and sorting information and establishing entry priorities. Follows verbal and written instructions meticulously to ensure data accuracy. Maintains data entry requirements by following data program techniques and procedures.

Assurance Coordinator

undefined: Houston, Texas

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Project Management & Services

undefined: 2 undefined

Governance and Quality Assurance: Coordinate activities to demonstrate compliance with policies and standards. Track and manage the status of governing documents through development, review, approval, and publication. Ensure updates and revisions of documents, notifying stakeholders and SMEs as necessary. Project Support and Reviews: Assist in verification exercises, peer reviews, audits, and report on assurance activities. Support project reviews to ensure adherence to PDEP, checklist, and RACI requirements. Prepare lessons learned, corrective actions, and continuous improvement initiatives, maintaining current databases. Document and Information Management: Ensure governing documents are clear, concise, and formatted according to company templates. Collate, prepare, and format information for the E&C SharePoint landing page, ensuring it remains up to date. Engage with IM, IT, and DMC groups to manage E&C's systems and tools, maintaining an implementation dashboard. Training and Meeting Coordination: Assist in developing and updating E&C's onboarding, orientation, and training activities. Prepare and circulate meeting minutes and action logs to keep stakeholders informed.

Project Controls Manager

undefined: Safford

undefined: Mining

undefined: Cost Control & Procurement

undefined: 5 undefined

Manages and oversees project controls functional area for very large multidisciplinary high risk capital engineering and construction projects from FEED to operations. Responsible for project planning and scheduling, cost estimating and monitoring, progress measurement, risk management and reporting. Manages project controls personnel. Responsible for establishing operating policies to mitigate risk. Provides guidance and consultation for project managers and corporate management. Experienced with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. This role will be a "hands on" position with the successful applicant undertaking the day-to-day cost engineering duties on the owner's team.

Project Controls Manager

undefined: Remote

undefined: Mining

undefined: Cost Control & Procurement

undefined: 5 undefined

Manages and oversees project controls functional area for very large multidisciplinary high risk capital engineering and construction projects from FEED to operations. Responsible for project planning and scheduling, cost estimating and monitoring, progress measurement, risk management and reporting. Manages project controls personnel. Responsible for establishing operating policies to mitigate risk. Provides guidance and consultation for project managers and corporate management. Experienced with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. This role will be a "hands on" position with the successful applicant undertaking the day-to-day cost engineering duties on the owner's team.

Electrical Engineer

undefined: Houston

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Engineering & Design

undefined: 5 undefined

Key Responsibilities: Design and troubleshoot electrical systems for Oil and Gas facilities. Conduct power studies, short circuit calculations, coordination studies, and arc flash calculations using electrical modeling programs (SKM, ETAP, MilSoft, etc.). Design and troubleshoot electric motors and related equipment, including motor starters, motor protection relays, and variable frequency drives. Implement and oversee preventative/predictive maintenance concepts for electrical equipment. Ensure compliance with applicable codes, government regulations, and industry standards (IEEE, NFPA, NEC, NESC, API). Interface effectively with technical, analytical, and managerial personnel. Manage projects, including contracts, proposals, bids, and budgeting. Work Schedule: 40 hours per week (M-F, 8-5) Work from home on Mondays and Fridays

Electrical Supervisor

undefined: New Orleans, Louisiana

undefined: Mining

undefined: Operations

undefined: 4 undefined

Supervise and ensure the safe and correct installation, maintenance, diagnostics and repair of equipment/instrumentation related to the unloading, loading, transfer and storage of cargo including conveying equipment, AC and DC motors, PLCs and IO modules, VFDs and DC Drives, associated wiring and power supplies on ship loaders, stacker/reclaimers, continuous barge unloaders, bucket cranes and various support equipment. Essential Responsibilities and Duties: Serve as technical lead to a group of maintenance electricians in areas such as: Power distribution 13.8kv, 4160v, 480v, 120v, low voltage systems Troubleshooting discrete and analog control circuits VFD and DC drive systems, diagnostics, and maintenance Correct operation of all automated equipment including barge unloaders, conveyors, reclaiming equipment, etc. Wiring methods for branch circuits such as lighting and receptacles. Attend and contribute to Maintenance and Operations meetings regarding status of current and future electrical work orders and projects, and ongoing equipment repairs. Provide supervision over electrical work orders and PMs in the CMMS program including the ability to create, edit, issue, and close work orders which caption all relevant data of the PM or repair task. Supervise and perform preventive maintenance on all terminal equipment. Audit routine PMs for accuracy, implement improvements, as necessary. Provide on-call and/or remote support to Electricians and Operations during unplanned downtime. Diagnose and repair equipment various equipment used to transfer cargo to/from barges and vessels by use of conveying equipment. Provide blueprints, wiring schematics, manuals or verbal instructions to electricians and verify their accuracy. Ensure all electrical work is completed in a safe and timely manner in compliance with company and regulatory requirements. Safely operate and/or supervise safe operation of several types of equipment related to transfer of cargo for testing purposes. Audit inspections on all equipment and report findings in accordance with policy and procedures. Participate in and successfully complete required training and related testing. Identify, report, and correct safety and environmental concerns. Perform any other terminal functions as trained, requested and instructed by management.

What do Biomedical Engineers do? 

Biomedical engineers are tasked with various critical responsibilities. They analyze and assess medical equipment and devices to ensure their compliance with safety standards and regulatory requirements. They collaborate with healthcare providers and other stakeholders to understand their needs and design innovative solutions that enhance patient care and safety.

 

Biomedical engineers also conduct extensive testing and validation of medical technology to ensure its reliability and accuracy. They troubleshoot and address any issues that arise during testing, making necessary improvements and adjustments to meet the highest safety and quality standards.

 

In addition, in this role biomedical engineers often need to train other personnel on using equipment safely, conduct research on biological processes, and write reports on protocols and standards.

What are the required skills for a Biomedical Engineer?

To excel in the role of a biomedical engineer, individuals must possess a comprehensive skillset. Strong problem-solving abilities are essential for addressing complex technical challenges. Effective communication skills are necessary for collaborating with interdisciplinary teams, including healthcare professionals, researchers, and technicians.

Moreover, biomedical engineers should have a deep understanding of medical device regulations and compliance procedures to ensure that the technology they develop meets all safety and legal requirements. Analytical skills are crucial for conducting thorough risk assessments and validation tests.

Where do Biomedical Engineers work? 

Biomedical engineers find employment opportunities in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, research institutions, medical device manufacturers, and pharmaceutical companies. They may also work with government agencies and organizations dedicated to advancing healthcare technology and improving patient outcomes.

Common Biomedical Engineer responsibilities 

  • Design, develop, and test medical equipment and devices, ensuring they meet safety standards and regulatory guidelines;
  • Collaborate with healthcare professionals to understand their needs and requirements, incorporating them into the design process;
  • Conduct extensive testing and validation of medical technology, making improvements to enhance safety and efficiency;
  • Stay updated with industry advancements and regulations, integrating the latest practices;
  • Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues to maintain the reliability and functionality of medical technology;
  • Ensure compliance with relevant safety regulations and industry standards throughout the project lifecycle;
  • Communicate effectively with interdisciplinary teams to foster collaboration and achieve project objectives;
  • Analyze and assess potential risks associated with medical devices, implementing preventive measures to enhance patient safety;
  • Participate in continuous improvement initiatives to optimize the performance of medical equipment and devices;
  • Keep detailed records of design, testing, and validation processes, adhering to documentation standards;
  • Support the implementation of new medical technologies in healthcare facilities through training and education.

Qualifications for Biomedical Engineers 

To become a biomedical engineer, candidates should possess at least a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering or a related field. Additional certifications in medical device regulations or quality management are advantageous.

 

Other essential qualifications include:

  • 2-4+ years of experience in biomedical engineering or healthcare-related projects;
  • Strong knowledge of medical device regulations and safety standards;
  • Proficiency in conducting testing and validation procedures for medical technology;
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills;
  • Effective verbal and written communication abilities;
  • Familiarity with medical terminology and healthcare practices;
  • Ability to work collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams;
  • Dedication to ensuring patient safety and improving healthcare outcomes through innovative technology.