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10 Questions and Answers by Rachelle Enns

Updated August 30th, 2018 | Rachelle is a job search expert, career coach, and headhunter
who helps everyone from students to fortune executives find success in their career.
Question 1 of 10
Why do you want a career as a bmet?
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I have been in the medical field for many years and used some of the equipment that gets repaired. I want to stay in the medical field but work as a bmet.
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I like to work in the field and repair the health care technology equipment that can also benefit the healthcare industry.
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My knowledge about the job.
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I chose to pursue this career because I wanted to work within the healthcare industry being able to help and make a difference in people’s lives, i’m able to have indirect involvement with patients in making sure the equipment for the hospitals safe and working properly.
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1.
Why do you want a career as a bmet?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
I have been in the medical field for many years and used some of the equipment that gets repaired. I want to stay in the medical field but work as a bmet.
2.
I like to work in the field and repair the health care technology equipment that can also benefit the healthcare industry.
3.
My knowledge about the job.
4.
I chose to pursue this career because I wanted to work within the healthcare industry being able to help and make a difference in people’s lives, i’m able to have indirect involvement with patients in making sure the equipment for the hospitals safe and working properly.
2.
Why should we hire you?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
I have a lot of ambition, drive to learn, I come with an open mind.
2.
I hope you do give me this chance to become a biomedical equipment technician I’m determined to the cause to be able to provide world class service whenever and wherever it may be, I can be a great match for EnBio Corp, I know I don’t have much experience outside of school but if given this tremendous opportunity for such a great company, ill bring enthusiasm and the energy to utilize what have and will learn from the Biomedical industry and it’s leading experts for optimal performance.
3.
I think you should hire because I'm a hard worker, I like to have my hands on electronic devices not afraid, and will always give my best. Also I know all the classes I have taken and my three months experience will help me not only learn fast but also bring my little contribution to the society and save life.
4.
I have a strong educational background, but more importantly, I see myself as a life-long learner, and I believe that this is a position that will allow me to help others while indulging my desire for knowledge.
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Because of my experience on the job.
3.
What is the most difficult situation you have had to face and how did you tackle it?
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Being okay with a code being called over. I had to come to terms the person wasn't going to make it.
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One difficult situation i've been in was when my cars transmission broke and it left me without transportation while managing school and work, during that time I had to leave earlier to go work and carpool with my classmates to find a ride when I needed it.
3.
A sudden change in my personal life caused me to have to make many decisions very quickly. At first, I was overwhelmed, but I started to address things an item at a time and I was much more productive.
4.
When we are looking for spares and we cant get it, making recommendation for a new equiptment.
4.
Have you ever had difficulty with a supervisor?
User-Submitted Answers
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I would assume that everyone has. In a situation like this, I find it helpful to step back from the situation until the tension of the moment has waned, allowing the situation to be discussed more effectively.
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I've never been on bad terms from a supervisor with the exception of one time where I requested to see if I can get a shift covered or switched for an interview at a hospital so I called in to be able to go but missing the day had me a worse terms with my boss.
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What are the steps you follow to study a problem before making a decision?
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Learn what the problem is, how it affects the performance of the device, follow the problem back to the cause of it, look for multiple ways to solve the problem, weigh the pros and cons for each decision and choose the one that makes the most sense.
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Find the problem and find a soultion.
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Observe the situation, make some hypothesis, test to see if one of the hypothesis is true, re check it and make it is the only issue and then make a decision.
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I would find out as much information about the problem as I could and then try to come up with the most logical solution.
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I would find out as much information as I can about the problem and and then try to come up with the most logical solution.
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I do my best to gain insight from others before making an important decision.
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Gather data, make a plan of action, implement plan, see if things are working and going if not revise and find a solution.
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I would find out as much information as I could about the problem and then try to come up with the must logical solution.
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