*.Jaswant Jabal, Biomedical Engineering Technologist (BMET)
2.7110 143a Street, Surrey, B.C., Canada V3W-0Y3 Cel: 604-***-****
3.Diploma - Biomedical Engineering BCIT 1992, Practicum: Royal Columbian Hospital 1992
Scientific Games Apr, 2018 to July 2018
-Service repair and calibrate casino shufflers. Travel and service on site.
University of Washington 1997-99 and 2000-06
-Apply theoretical knowledge of biological sciences and engineering to the use, maintenance, and repair of advanced scientific equipment used by engineers, physicians, clinical and research professionals throughout the University.
-Controlled medical/ lab departments and provided immediate and prompt professional service to hospital, clinical and research labs, and also the primate center.
Fibertech Canada 2000
-Specialized in all Olympus Endoscope Systems. Factory trained in Ontario, Canada.
-Performed estimates and repairs, such as bending rubber, suction/forceps channel, angular adjustments, fiberoptic, ccd, and complete factory overhauls.
Datrend Systems Inc. (Dynatech) 1999
-Manufacture devices and test assemblies in accordance to ISO/CE standards. Primarily Infusion Analyzers (Infutest) and Pulse Oximeters.
-Responsible for Factory Calibrations and Annual Certification.
Prince Rupert Regional Hospital (PRRH) 1993-96
-Organize Biomedical Department, including policy/procedures, budgeting, inventory, and establishing records for tracking history.
-Responsible for Biomedical Maintenance Program with emphasis on repair, scheduled maintenance and safe use of all devices.
-Chair of Hazard Monitoring Committee, and member of Pre-Purchasing and Evaluating Committee, Computer Committee, Emergency Response Team and ECRI Alerts.
-Organize and provide third party and regional service to Queen Charlotte Hospital and work closely with Terrace.
Technicare Biomedical Services (TBS) 1992
-Troubleshoot, calibrate, safety tests and repair of medical and diagnostic equipment.
-Provide service and scheduled calibration of Biomedical Devices in a clinical environment.
I am a biomedical engineering technologist with a diploma from BCIT May 1992. I have over twelve years experience servicing, repairing and calibrating both medical and lab equipment utilized in hospitals and research laboratory facilities. Such equipment included defibrillators, ventilators, incubators, centrifuges, and spectrophotometers. I am available immediately and will re-locate.