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Medical Equipment Planner (Remote)

Ross & Baruzzini
life insurance, paid time off
United States, Missouri, St. Louis
200 South Wacker Drive (Show on map)
April 07, 2024


We are the curious. Problem solvers. Driven to unlock the potential in every system.Across five countries are 1,100 engineers, designers, and consultants collaborating to elevate the human experience, create more resilient communities, and protect the health of the planet. We transform the built environment by creating dynamic solutions - living systems - that are smart, resilient, and connected.

At Introba, this is why we show up every day. To use our curiosity for good. To inspire change. To empower changemakers

Introba provides world-class building engineering design, analytic, and consulting services at all scales, specializing in net-zero first thinking. Through the cultivation of thought leadership, we deliver sustainable and forward-thinking solutions to the most complex design challenges facing the world's leading clients and partners.

Job Summary We are seeking a Medical Equipment Planner to join our growing Team at Introba! As a Medical Equipment Planner, you will be responsible for the management of the equipment planning on all assigned projects, for a range of activities from commencement of conceptual design through completion of building activation. The incumbent will confidently represent our firm to the client in preforming planning oversite and coordination with your team for support and delivery of the project. You will lead the development the equipment list and associated deliverables, respond to RFIs and ensure the successful coordination of all equipment requirements. Working alongside project managers, you will be accountable for all aspects of projects and ensure that projects are aligned to the quality standards. Responsibilities & Qualifications Responsibilities:
  • Participation in project and BIM kick-off meetings, supporting the project manager.

  • Leads and participates in medical equipment planning meetings throughout project design phases with clinical users, architects, engineers, and consultants to support the selection of appropriate medical equipment and attend off-site and remote client planning meetings and conduct virtual meetings.

  • Collaborates on medical equipment requirements with clinical users, architects, engineers, and other consultants and develops rough order of magnitude estimated equipment costs for clinical spaces based on program information from architects.

  • Develops medical equipment lists and associated estimated costs within Planview projects and revises medical equipment lists and estimated costs as projects move from schematic design, design development, and construction documents through procurement and installation.

  • Provide value engineering recommendations without compromising patient care and understands medical equipment specifications for mechanical, electrical, data, and plumbing installation requirements while working to meet project schedule timelines.

  • Conducts and documents surveys and inventories of existing equipment within healthcare facilities and coordinates existing-to-reuse equipment decision making and reuse strategies.

  • Conducts value cost analysis and comparative equipment studies to recommend the most cost and time effective equipment/systems and identifies and presents various equipment options and advantages/disadvantages to meet clinical needs.

  • Schedules and coordinates vendor review meetings with client and associated design team members and gathers vendor site specific drawings and reviews submittal documents to ensure they are accurate and correct.

  • Coordinates with BIM team to ensure equipment placement drawings are accurate and works with internal team and design team to resolve drawing conflicts both through live discussion and Bluebeam coordination sessions to avoid costly construction delays while providing clear documentation of equipment changes to coordinators to update equipment lists.

  • Obtains equipment list signoffs from end users the end of design development and construction document phases and will be responsible for posting submittals to Architects FTP sites on assigned due dates subsequent to review of documents for accuracy and completeness.

  • Maintains a current knowledge of medical equipment devices and systems and their applications and allocations within healthcare facilities and for direct patient care and knowledge of healthcare industry practices including hospital and clinic procedures and department functions.

  • Preferred University Degree, Diploma or Higher Education Qualification in Healthcare, Biomedical Engineering, or other Clinical Fields

  • 3+ years proven success in medical equipment planning or related field.

  • Highly organized, task driven, and able to meet multiple deadlines simultaneously with strong attention to detail is required, as are excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Writes accurate and complete specifications within the Planview database and develops accurate and complete equipment cut sheets.

  • Produces initial clinical space equipment lists with required and appropriate clinical equipment while conducting efficient and effective medical equipment review meetings with clinical users and architects.

  • Knowledge of basic and intermediate medical equipment and its application within healthcare facilities.

  • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy, with the ability to identify coordination issues and Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.

  • Document control / Information management and Proficient Presentation skills.

  • Understanding of architectural and structural drawings and model coordination and ability to discuss with medical personnel, physicians, and administration, appropriate medical and operational support equipment.

Additional Information

#LI- Remote

Introba offers a comprehensive total rewards package. Our benefits may include medical*, disability* and life insurance coverage*, continuing education benefits, paid time off, employee assistance program and a retirement savings plan with company matching contributions. *Benefits will vary by country location and may only be available in US or Canada.

We encourage all candidates to explore our total rewards offering.

Introba is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type as protected by federal, provincial, state or local laws. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. The company and its employees are required to comply with all local health authority, legal or lawful client requirements.