Answer this question with a sense of passion. Tell the interviewer the story about when you knew you wanted to work on medical equipment. Have you always liked to tinker and fix things when you were a child? Have you always been good with your hands? Did the military train you? Whatever the reason is why you chose this career field, your confidence will make the interviewer want you to be a part of their team.
"My ASVAB test scores made me eligible to be a Biomedical Technician for the Air Force. I spent ten years in the Air Force and loved it. I was ready to choose a new path and continue my career in the civilian sector, so here I am today!"
"At a young age, I've always loved to take computers apart and learn how to put them back together. There are many working parts with medical equipment. I knew I wanted to learn how to maintain medical equipment because it's a huge component of taking care of people and making a difference in the medical community."
"I have worked with biomedical equipment for six years now. This is the right job for me because it is what I have been trained to do. My education and previous work history are related to the role and the industry, making it a perfect fit."