Clinical Engineer: Assist the Clinical Engineering or Biomedical Equipment Services Department director with all aspects of program management, including work history data analysis, staffing allocations, budget control, equipment acquisition planning, installation and testing, outside vendor management, development of policies and procedures, and provision of clinical engineering services. Ensures all program components support the Joint Commission (JCAHO), Center for Medicare Services (CMS), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and various other state and local codes that relate to clinical electrical and mechanical equipment safety. Performs rounds on clinical (patient care) units to verify proper equipment use and operation. Develops and monitors compliance with equipment preventive maintenance schedules. Is typically trained at the Bachelor’s Degree level in Clinical Engineering. Can also be certified by the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE).