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Medical Equipment Planner / Purchaser

Martek Global Services, Inc. (“Martek”) is a Professional Services company headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland with an additional office in Huntsville, Alabama allowing us to be strategically structured to reinforce our nationwide support services.  For nearly two decades our experience and dedication to customer service has been unparalleled as we continue to service many of our original customers from 18 years ago.  From the beginning, Martek has established a solid reputation by seamlessly delivering solutions that have consistently exceeded both our commercial and government customers’ expectations.  These successes have been contributed to over 20 federal agencies/bureaus in over 200 cities in 40 states whose awards and testimonials have recognized our high level of service and dedication to our customer’s mission and goals.

Martek has been awarded several long-term Federal contracts to provide a wide range of hospital activation talent.  We are currently looking for Medical Equipment Planners / Purchasers the required specialized training and experiences out lined below and who also has the ability to manage a rigorous workload for our busy clients.  In exchange for the right candidate, you will be rewarded with a well-paid, fully benefited and an exciting opportunity.

 

Job Description

General Requirements

The Medical Equipment Planning Specialist shall provide comprehensive equipment planning services for both medical and non-medical equipment and Information Management / Information Technology (IM/IT) equipment and systems, and shall coordinate with appropriate stakeholders, the clinical personnel, and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to ensure that all access, space, power, and cooling requirements are met. 

 

Responsibilities & Duties

In accordance with its approach, the Medical Equipment Planning Specialist shall:

  • Confirm with the Government that the as-designed equipment plans are consistent with the current infrastructure requirements prior to provisioning.
  • Expedite planning for GFE and CFE items with long lead times into the transition schedule.
  • Incorporate Government provided equipment lists to ensure all requirements have been identified and researched.
  • Coordinate all end user requirements/specifications before items are procured. Meet with each department / activity to review requirements and planned equipment.  Work closely with Project Team to ensure that equipment is standardized across the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), not just determined by preferences of individual activities.  Standardize, to the extent practicable, across new and reused equipment.
  • Develop and implement inventory control plan for all equipment on the equipment list in accordance with local (Government) authority’s requirements
  • Provide cut sheets with specifications and quotes and/or cost estimates, along with options as necessary.
  • Create submittal packages for items to be procured for government evaluation and acceptance. This activity should follow meeting with facility users and project team.
  • Develop and maintain the medical equipment transition plan including phasing plans for the de-installation, packing, delivery and installation of all items as appropriate; coordinating equipment training for staff and equipment maintainers as required. Ensure that the equipment transition plan is coordinated and incorporate into the Transition phasing plan.
  • Ensure capital equipment inventory to include the collection of data (asset tag number, RFID number, item description, location, manufacturer, condition, age and serial number) from all equipment with a purchase value limit as defined by the local MTF Property Book Officer. Ensure that this data can be easily uploaded into database
  • When directed by the Government, coordinate the bid process or RFQ/RFP to provide equipment options and pricing on individual equipment submittal forms similar or equal to the Government standard individual equipment submittal forms.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

 

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Martek is a VEVRAA federal contractor and requests priority referrals.

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