Colorado Job Postings

Biomedical Equipment Technician

Job Title: Biomedical Equipment Technician
Company Name: Robert’s Anesthesia Repair
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Job Requirements:

  • Willing and able to log LOTS of miles driving
  • Willing and able to regularly work 50+ hour weeks (commute time included)
  • Up to 50% of driving travel, with regular time needed at our Golden office
  • Experience in medical, animal health and/or critical equipment service industries
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills
  • Ability to handle taxing physical workload (lifting 50 lbs.+ daily)
  • Strong communication and documentation skills
  • Moderate to strong Microsoft Office and computer skills
  • HS Diploma
  • Biomedical, Mechanical, and/or Electrical Engineering or related field – Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree
  • Biomedical Equipment Technician Certification
  • Safe driving record and ability to operate a vehicle safely
  • Pass drug test and criminal background check
  • Non-existent or manageable animal allergies
  • Complete all company training within the defined timelines

Job Description:

About us

Robert’s Anesthesia Repair is an employee-owned and operated business that’s been focused on veterinary anesthesia machine service for almost 30 years, providing our 1,200+ customers with a depth of knowledge and experience on one of the most critical machines in their practice. We service, repair, and sell full anesthesia systems — from oxygen supply to waste gas scavenging — to ensure the safety and long-term health of patients, practitioners, and practices.
Biomedical Equipment Service Technician
We are seeking Service Technicians to join our growing team! You will be protecting veterinary hospital staff from harmful gases and ensuring safe medical care for their furry patients. Opportunities for job growth, career advancement, and company ownership are available as we continue to scale. Preference will be given to candidates with medical equipment repair/service backgrounds and/or veterinary equipment experience.
We’re committed to the success and advancement of our team members. All technicians are provided with thorough paid training over approximately 3 months that includes classroom-style learning, hands-on training, and shadowing at customer facilities. We also provide all technicians with the tools, vehicles, supplies, and inventory they need to excel in their work. We hold weekly all-team meetings to ensure consistent communication and assistance across the company, and schedule weekly one-on-one check-ins with company owners and managers to keep lines of communication consistently open. We also hold weekly technician team training sessions, lead by our training and technical managers, to ensure continuous improvement, knowledge sharing, and adherence to emerging best practices.


  • Install, maintain, troubleshoot, repair, test and certify inhalation anesthesia machines, medical oxygen supply systems, and waste anesthetic gas exhaust systems
  • Perform all onsite work related to installation, repair, management and maintenance
  • Consult with veterinary doctors and technicians on recommendations and safety enhancements
  • Build strong relationships and trust with customers and clients by consulting with and advocating for them
  • Be an effective, dependable, and devoted member of the team
  • Provide detailed documentation of service results in field service system
  • Adhere to all safety policies and procedures
  • Work closely with company scheduling, inventory, service, training, and technical leads to ensure best experiences and outcomes for customers
  • Coordinate with animal hospital and animal research facility staff to self-schedule service appointments
  • Help our team to build new service offerings for additional equipment types

Soft Skills

  • Trustworthy, dependable, and giving team member with indisputable integrity
  • Caring, positive, customer service-focused attitude
  • Hard worker with history of perseverance
  • Fast learner focused on attention to details and mastery
  • Professional, dedicated and driven
  • Adaptable, flexible and self-starting
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills


  • Healthcare, vision, and dental insurance – 100% of employee premiums are covered by the employer
  • Hourly + commission compensation structure
  • Annual profit-sharing performance bonus
  • 401(k) with up to 5% match
  • Regular working hours, no on-call obligations
  • Our office is closed between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day
  • 11 Paid federal holidays off
  • 13 additional paid days off each year
  • 20 additional unpaid days off per year
  • Continuing education and licensing fees covered
  • Company vehicle, cell phone, laptop, tools & materials, and uniform
  • Opportunity for company ownership
  • No out-of-pocket travel expenses

Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $60,000.00 – $90,000.00 per year
Work Location: At our Golden, Colorado office and on the road at varied customer locations (primarily in Colorado and also in New Mexico, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, Kansas, and Utah)

Travel includes: (1) regular (and daily during 2-3 months training) commute to Golden office; (2) travel daily to customer locations (spanning from CO Springs to Fort Collins most regularly); and (3) out-of-state for up to two weeks at a time, up to five times each year.


  • High school or equivalent (Required)
  • Biomedical, Mechanical, and/or Electrical Engineering or related field – Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree (Required)
  • Medical equipment maintenance/repair: 2 years (Required)
  • Veterinary equipment: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Biomedical Equipment Technician Certification (Required)

Posting added 7/9/2024.