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    About the role of biomedical technician

    The biomedical technician is responsible for maintaining biomedical equipment used in Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)‘s medical facilities. This includes verifying the installation and start-up of medical equipment, maintaining, monitoring and repairing biomedical equipment, supervising, training and supporting users, updating maintenance records and technical documentation and ensuring computerized maintenance management software is effective.


    • Compliance with Essential Criteria
    • A diploma in biomedical mechanics
    • Experience in maintaining automated/electromechanical/electronic systems are mandatory
    • Supervisory and/or training expertise is a definite plus
    • Available to work in-field for 6+ months
    • Arabic or French speaking

    All Biomed technicians are hired as logisticians. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) logisticians come from a range of skill sets and backgrounds: they are engineers, fleet managers, construction managers, architects, farm managers, project managers, and more.