Jonah Carlson


Biomedical Electrician Technician

Vermillion, MN

Jonah Carlson Farmington, MN 55024

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Resume Headline: Jonah Carlson – Biomedical Equipment Technician Resume Value: m6qg9uzsqfbhg93b

Jonah O. Carlson
337 Evergreen St.
Vermillion, MN 55085


I am a responsible, ambitious, Dakota County Technical College graduate. I received my A.A.S Degree in Biomedical Equipment Technology in June of 2010. I am very excited to continue my career as a Biomedical Equipment Technician. I love the challenge, working with other BMET’s and helping people.

• Productive and goal-oriented.
• Good communicator, trustworthy, caring.
• Committed to being reliable and adaptable.
• Excellent electronic, pneumatics, and mechanical problem solving skills.

Dakota County Technical College –Rosemount, MN Jan. 2008 – June 2010
• Biomedical equipment Technology A.A.S. degree Graduated June of 2010

• Internship Experience:
Allina United Hospital: Approximately 300+hrs with Steve Wagner as my mentor in St. Paul, MN. United in St. Paul, Mn April 9th 2010- June 2010
Regina Hosptial: Approximately 120 hrs with D’Ann Christian in Hastings, MN June 10th 2010 – August 2010

• Hospital setting
• Ambulatory service
• Fire Department service
• Biomedical Equipment Technology program
• Medical Instrumentation
• DC/AC Electronics
• Solid State Electronics
• Computer Networking
• Computer Maintenance
• Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word
• Medical Terminology
• Anatomy and Physiology
• Medical Equipment Electronics

Technical Skills
• BC Biomedical Dpm-2001 Pressure Meter
• SA-2005 Safety Analyzer
• Sim cube w/Sc5 Ox-1
• 3000 Defib Analyzer and computer cal program
• Esu Analyzer used jig w/defib or Voltmeter
• Volt meter, ohm meter, Oscilloscope
• Microsoft Word, Excel, Power point
Work experience

Viro-Med Laboratories – Minnetonka, MN June 20th 2011- Current
Biomedical Electrician Technician
• Perform preventative maintenance on lab equipment including incubators, fridges, freezers, ultra low freezers, pipette aides, pipettes.
• Trouble shoot and repair equipment that is reported damaged, including but not limited to pipette aides, pipettes, incubators, fridges, freezers, ultra low freezers.
• Building Maintenance responsibilities including HVAC issues, humidifier, fire alarm, sprinkler system, employee badge access, emergency lights, exit signs, eyewash checks, random building or employee catastrophies.
• Complete all necessary paperwork for documentation of work performed.

Labrador LifeScience Temp Agency / Minnetronix – St. Paul, MN May 1st 2011- June17th 2011
• Read schematics, and directions to assemble medical equipment.
• Tracked parts used, documented important assembly steps.
• Tested medical equipment boards with oscilloscope.
• Tested completed equipment for proper operation.

Fairview U of M – Minneapolis, MN Sept. ’10- Nov. ‘10
Biomedical Equipment Technician Temp
• Maintained, trouble shoot, and fixed medical equipment.
• Used Wyosyst equipment tracking program to track maintenance and calibrations.
• Responded to nurse and doctor calls for broken equipment.
• Spacelabs networking trouble shooting and repair.
• Telemetry trouble shooting.
• New incoming inspection of equipment and log in to Wyosyst.
• LifePack Defibrillators, Baxter Colleague infusion pumps, Medfusion syringe infusion pumps, Adult and infant scales, breast pumps, suction devices, GE Mac 5500 Ekg, Ultrasound probe repair. Lab equipment, Spectrometer, CO2 incubators, refrigerators. Various other pieces of equipment.

Thomson Reuters- Eagan, MN 2007- 2009
Oce Press Operator
• Started as an Oce digital press helper, quickly earned Oce digital press operator status.
• Responsible for the setup, trouble shooting, and completion of good books.
• Contributed to the safety of the shop by submitting safety suggestions.
• Helped other operators in trouble shooting problems.
• Cross trained on Xerox docutech printers, learned proper Xerox, and cutter stitcher operation.

United States Post Office- South St. Paul, MN 2007 – 2007
Temporary Mail Carrier
• Responsible for the timely delivery, and pick up of the mail of South St. Paul, MN.
• Drove without incident a LLV postal truck, and a 1 ton postal cargo truck.
• Picked up mail from three local banks at the end of the day, and picked up all of the Inver Grove Heights mail from local postal office.

Lofton Label- Inver Grove Heights, MN 2002 – 2006
Press Operator
• Printed labels on a 10 inch, and 16 inch 2200, 4150 MarkAndy 8, and 10 color presses, also on 650 and 750 5 color Webtron press.
• Printed on multiple materials, used many different kinds of inks, UV, water based, alcohol based, printer coupons.
• Setup optional press equipment such as a Sheeter, Fanfolder, Turnbar.
• Performed routine maintenance, and press repairs.

Label Products- Bloomington, MN 2000 – 2002
Press Operator
• Printed labels on a 7in. and 13in. 8 color MarkAndy press.
• Performed routine maintenance and press repairs.

Challenge Printing/ Imagine Printing- Shakopee, MN 1999 – 2000
Press Operator
• Printed labels on an 8 color 13 in. MarkAndy 4120, and 8 color 750 webtron press.
• Performed routine maintenance and press repairs.

Tursso Co- West St. Paul, MN 1997 – 1999
Press Operator
• Started as a Press Helper, earned Operator status in 9 months.
• Organized 500 inks, thousands of dies, cleaned presses.
• On the job training and training at St. Paul Technical school.
• Printed labels on an Allied press, and a 7 inch 2 color Mark Andy press.
• Performed routine maintenance and press repairs.

Other interests I have are electronics, car electronics, car and motorcycle repair and maintenance. I am a lover of nature and a supporter of the Vermillion Watershed reconstruction team. I enjoy donating my time to clean up and help to help maintain and improve natures wonders. I feel that my knowledge base of various mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electronic theories along with my interest to learn more about the Biomedical Equipment field makes me an excellent candidate.

Awards: I have recently been accepted into the PHI THETA KAPPA honor Society.
Member: A.A.M.I.

To Whom it May Concern:
I recommend Jonah Carlson as a candidate for employment. Jonah was an intern at Allina Hospitals and Clinics during much of 2010. Jonah worked closely with our senior Biomedical Technicians at several of our hospitals repairing and performing preventative maintenance on general biomedical equipment.
Jonah has excellent communication skills. In addition, he is extremely organized, reliable and computer literate. Jonah can work independently and is able to follow through to ensure that the job gets done. He is flexible and willing to work on any project that is assigned to him.
Jonah would be a valuable asset for your company and has my recommendation. If you have any further questions with regard to his background or qualifications, please do not hesitate to call me.
Dave Herrmann
Director, Clinical Equipment Services
Allina Hospitals & Clinics

Hello, My name is Jonah Carlson I am 34 and I have Graduated with an A.A.S. Biomedical Equipment Technology Degree in June of 2010 from Dakota County Technical College in Rosemount, MN. My extended Internship at Regions in St.Paul was key in my choice to stay in a hospital or clinic setting. Since then, I have I worked as a Biomedical Equipment Technician for a temp job at Fairview U of M. I worked at a company that develops, builds and tests new medical equipment which was Minnetronix which was a part time temp job. Currently, I work as a Biomedical Equipment Technician / Facility Maintenance Technician at ViroMed Laboratories. This job is being eliminated in October of 2013.
I am seeking a position within a well known Organization that will encourage my strengths as a diverse skilled, hard working, Biomedical Equipment Technician. I would like to continue on with my career as a BMET within a Hospital or Clinic setting. I appreciate the different equipment, people, situations, and opportunities to continue to learn. I hope that you find my resume shows someone who is hardworking, experienced in a large amount of areas within my short career, and is willing to learn. I am very enthusiastic about my career as a BMET. I am looking forward to an opportunity to speak with you and learn about the Company and the position that I applied for.

Experience BACK TO TOP
Job Title Company Experience
Biomedical Equipment Technician U of M Fairview – Present

Relocate: No

Willingness to travel: Up to 25% travel

Languages: Languages Proficiency Level
English Fluent

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