Hospital Engineer

The Hospital Engineer is responsible for managing the design, operation, and maintenance of hospital mechanical, electrical, and plumbing infrastructure at all locations in compliance with relevant standards, codes, and company policies and procedures, including both medical and marine.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities (Include But Not Limited To) To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

  • Identify and select appropriate codes and standards for various mechanical, electrical, and plumbing infrastructure that can be safely and functionally applied to shipboard and shore-based healthcare environments.
  • Manage design, installation, modification, operation, and maintenance activities related to mechanical, electrical, and plumbing infrastructure in healthcare environments to relevant marine and medical standards and company policies.
  • Establish and audit operating and maintenance practices for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing infrastructure in shipboard and shore-based healthcare environments through site visits and the Company's designated planned maintenance system.
  • Provide technical oversight, support, and coordination for shipboard and local resources for troubleshooting and other technical situations beyond the capacity of shipboard and local resources to manage.
  • Coordinate vendor/contractors
  • Plan and manage infrastructure changes, including any requested fixed medical equipment (radiology, sterilization, oxygen concentrator, medical air compressor, medical vacuum, AGSS, etc.) equipment replacements or additions.
  • Plan and manage work to address identified deficiencies to be corrected locally or included as part of a comprehensive plan to be attended to during annual maintenance periods for ships.
  • Review requests for repairs and/or modifications to determine compliance with statutory regulations and classification society rules.
  • Oversee preparation of work plans for major repairs and modifications within the hospitals on board. 
  • Performing quality control checks on all systems and products within the onboard hospitals at least annually.
  • Ensuring that projects stay within time and budgetary restraints.