Employment Opportunities

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Coordinator Neurodiagnostic (54483)
posted 1/6/18 (P.O.#A55557)

Contact:  Denise Kujawa
Phone:  262-928-2917
Email: denise.kujawa@phci.org
Company:  ProHealth Care - Waukesha Memorial Hospital
Location: Waukesha, WI

ProHealth Care has been the health care leader in Waukesha County and surrounding
areas for the past century, providing outstanding care across a full spectrum of
services.  Learn more at ProHealthCare.org

Coordinator Neurodiagnostic (54483)

Full-Time with Benefits, Days with E/O weekend call 8-noon with on-call requirements as
needed

Performs prescribed neurodiagnostic testing procedures for patients of all ages
(both inpatient and outpatient). Provides performance improvement and quality
monitoring of neurodiagnostic testing and maintains quality standards for the
department; plus education and training for new & current dept staff members.

Requirements:
-High School Diploma / GED
-Registered Electrodiagnostic Technician or Registered Polysomnography Technician    
within one year of employment
-Minimum Technical Experience 4-6 Years
-Minimum Leadership Experience 0-2 Years
-BLS (CPR)

For complete details and to apply please click on the following link, then click “Search
and Apply for Job Opportunities” and search by the position title or Requisition # 54483
http://www.prohealthcare.org/careers.aspx

Direct URL link to posting to Apply Online:

ProHealth Care is an equal opportunity employer.

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Theda Care  
(Req#: 17-01072 prev posting fee exp 8/2//2018)

Req#18-00210 posted 5/18/2018
Position:  Neurodiagnostic Technologist - PRN or On-Call only
Location:  ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton/Neenah


Job Description:  Why ThedaCare?   A respectful yet challenging work environment,
supportive colleagues, inviting communities, and the great feeling that comes with
making a difference in other people's lives.  These are just a few of the reasons to
choose ThedaCare as the home for your career.   We're looking for team members that
are courageous, love their work, have a thirst for learning, and most important, put the
customer first.  

Position Summary:   This is a flexible PRN position where the ideal candidate would work
either on-call only for IONM and EEG every 6th weekend  OR work PRN and pick up
additional 8-10 hour shifts during the week performing EEG, EMG and/or IONM.

Performs intraoperative monitoring procedures, including test setup, electrode
application, maintaining patient safety, and other related duties for routine single and
multi-modality IOM. Performs tests and clinical interventions in areas of EEG, EMG and
EP monitoring in 24 hour hospital setting.   Assist physicians in the diagnosis of diseases
and disorders of the brain and central nervous system through the provision of
neurodiagnostic testing.  Recognizes artifact and documents, eliminates, or takes
proper measures to monitor the artifact.  Explain testing procedures to patients,
answering questions or reassuring patients as needed.  Maintains and troubleshooting
multiple neurodiagnostic testing equipment.  Coordinates and prioritizes scheduling of
both inpatient and outpatient procedures while ensuring proper document flow and
storage according to established departmental guidelines.  Assists in the instruction and
hands-on technical training of neurodiagnostic techs on the principles of
neurodiagnostic procedures and equipment operation.  Assures the completion of all
patient testing procedures coordinating the inpatient demand with outpatient schedule
within established time frames, as observed by supervision.   

Department details:
Benefits Eligible:  no
Holiday Rotation:  yes
Hours per pay period: variable/As needed
Call Frequency:  every 6th week
Expected Schedule:  To be determined based on ideal candidate
Travel Requirement: between Appleton and Neenah hospitals
Weekend Schedule:  none - only on call
Location Address:  130 Second Street, Neenah  and 1818 N Meade Street,  Appleton

Job Qualifications: - Education
Required: Graduate from an accredited Neurodiagnostics program
Licensure
  Required: CNIM if on call for the IONM, R. EEG T. If on call for EEG or cEEG
Experience
  Required: 1 year
  Preferred: 1-3 years
Additional Skills:  
1. Knowledge of windows based systems
2. Basic computer knowledge
3. Excellent Interpersonal communication skills

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Theda Care

17-01810
Position:  Neurodiagnostic Technologist III (Senior)
Location:  ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton/Neenah

Job Description:  Why ThedaCare?   A respectful yet challenging work environment,
supportive colleagues, inviting communities, and the great feeling that comes with
making a difference in other people's lives.  These are just a few of the reasons to
choose ThedaCare as the home for your career.   We're looking for team members that
are courageous, love their work, have a thirst for learning, and most important, put the
customer first.  

Position Summary:
The Neurodiagnostic Technologist III independently perform special or complex
electroneurodiagnostic procedures in accordance with technical standards set forth by
the American Society of Neurodiagnostic Technologies (ASET) including: intraoperative
monitoring (IOM), electroencephalography (EEG), electromyography (EMG), and evoked
potential (EP).   Responsible for collecting and analyzing data.  Performs technical
interpretation of data and relates findings to physicians and/or neurophysiologist. Trains
technologists and other team members as needed.  Is seen as an expert in
neurodiagnostics and is a resource to others. May participate in clinical investigative or
research activities. Participates in continuous improvement activities. The
Neurodiagnostic Technologist III is required to maintain and improve his/her level of
clinical and technical knowledge across all disciplines of the diagnostic.

Responsibilities:  Essential Functions:
Performs intraoperative monitoring procedures, including test setup, electrode
application, maintaining patient safety, and other related duties for routine single and
multi-modality IOM. Performs tests and clinical interventions in areas of EEG, EMG and
EP monitoring in 24 hour hospital setting.  Assist physicians in the diagnosis of diseases
and disorders of the brain and central nervous system through the provision of
neurodiagnostic testing.  Recognizes artifact and documents, eliminates, or takes
proper measures to monitor the artifact.  Explain testing procedures to patients,
answering questions or reassuring patients as needed.  Maintains and troubleshooting
multiple neurodiagnostic testing equipment.  Coordinates and prioritizes scheduling of
both inpatient and outpatient procedures while ensuring proper document flow and
storage according to established departmental guidelines.  Assists in the instruction and
hands-on technical training of neurodiagnostic techs on the principles of
neurodiagnostic procedures and equipment operation.  Assures the completion of all
patient testing procedures coordinating the inpatient demand with outpatient schedule
within established time frames, as observed by supervision.   

Additional Responsibilities:
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive
listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the team member.  
Other activities, duties or responsibilities may change or be assigned at any time with or
without notice.

Department/Unit details:
Benefits Eligible:  Yes
Holiday Rotation:  Yes
Number of Biweekly hours: 40
Call Rotation: yes - every 5-6 weeks EEG/ IOM
Shift Time:  6am-6pm ( 8-10 hr shifts)
Shift Length: 8 / 10hours
Expected Schedule:  M-F 1.0 FTE
Travel Requirements:  occasional between TCN and TCA
Weekend Schedule: only when on call
Home Location: TCA
Job Qualifications:
Education
Required: Associate Degree  in ElectroNeuroDiagnostic Technology
Licensure
Required: R. EEG T. within one year of employment
Preferred: R. EP T. within 3 years of employment, CNIM within 5 years of employment
Experience
Required: 2-5 years of ElectroNeuroDiagnostic Technology experience (ENDT)

Additional Skills:
Understanding the waveforms and their generators  that the equipment is displaying
Understanding Neuroanatomy and be able to apply clinical Neurodiagnostic exams to
assess neurological issues.  Knowledge of principles and processes for providing
customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting
quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.  Knowledge of
the information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat human injuries, diseases,
and deformities. This includes symptoms, treatment alternatives, drug properties and
interactions, and preventive health-care measures. Using logic and reasoning to identify
the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to
problems.  Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to
understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting
at inappropriate times. Talking to others to convey information effectively.
Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to
make improvements or take corrective action.  The ability to tell when something is
wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not involve solving the problem, only recognizing
there is a problem.  The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce
answers that make sense.  The ability to communicate information and ideas in
speaking so others will understand.  The ability to arrange things or actions in a certain
order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers,
letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations).  The ability to combine pieces of
information to form general rules or conclusions (includes finding a relationship among
seemingly unrelated events).  The ability to work independently.  The ability to work
under pressure in stressful situations

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Children's Hospital of WI

posted 7/24/17

Contact: Kathryn Conforti
Phone: 414-266-2746
Email: kconforti@chw.org
Location: Children's Hospital of WI
P.O. Box 1997, Milwaukee WI, 53226

Position: Neurophysiology Tech Intern
Please apply online at http://www.chw.org/careers

Job Description:   Under supervision, performs a variety of neurodiagnostic procedures
to evoke, record, and study electrical physiological brain activities for use in diagnosing
neurological disorders.  Demonstrates competency and functions independently utilizing
appropriate judgment in in-patient and outpatient settings.

Current enrollment in good standing in an END Program required. CAAHEP-accredited
preferred. Current CPR certification - Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers
through American  Heart or American Red Cross is required.

Interpersonal skills to interact effectively with parents, physicians, and other department
personnel and coworkers in order to ensure quality patient care and present positive
department and inter-department cooperation. Demonstrates an understanding of the
underlying principles of  the physiologic neurodiagnostic measurements and has the
analytical skills necessary to recognize technical problems with equipment and respond
accordingly.

Must be able to work independently and demonstrate effective time management skills.
Must be able to work flexible hours to include all shifts, weekends and holidays to meet
patient and departmental needs.

Ability to stand, walk or sit for long periods of time. Ability to push or pull equipment up to
170 lbs.  Ability to lift equipment/supplies up to 25 lbs. Ability to lift and move neonatal
through adult patient populations. Ability to assemble complex equipment and perform
fine motor skills.

http://www.chw.org/careers


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Lead EEG Neurodiagnostic Technologist Neurotech, LLC

Contact:  Chris Cooper
Phone:  262-754-0898
Email:  ccooper@neurotecheeg.com
Location: Waukesha, WI

Schedule:  Full-time.  Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.  Additional hours and occasional
weekends as necessary.
Credentials required:   R. EEG T.
Experience:  Previous roles leading and training other technologists.  Minimum of 2 years
performing 10-20 EEG hookups
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Duties include, but are not limited to:
EEG Tech Duties:
* Checking calendar and e-mail account daily.
* Driving to patient homes or physician offices to conduct EEG studies.
* Conducting EEG hookups using 10/20 system.
* Conducting EEG hookups at patient's residence.
* Taking an accurate and detailed patient history.
* Cleaning and sterilizing EEG equipment.
* Being available to do hookups in Wisconsin, as needed.
* Clipping and scanning EEG studies.
* Remotely monitoring patients to verify quality of EEG.
* Troubleshooting equipment or patient issues, as necessary.

Additional Lead EEG Tech Duties:
* Point person for all Wisconsin EEG Tech questions, issues, concerns, and needs.
* Lead all EEG techs (set up and remote monitoring techs) and students working out of
the
Waukesha, WI office.
* Troubleshoot any issues with all staff, vendors, and physicians.
* Fixing and or re-archiving corrupt files.
* Assisting physicians with website login and Persyst issues.
* Working with equipment and software vendors to investigate and correct technical
issues.
* Assisting EEG techs with technical issues arising during remote monitoring or EEG
setups.
* Ensure the cleanliness, organization, and adherence to infection control policies at our
Waukesha, WI office.
* Coordinate with IT Manager and Administrative Assistants regarding. equipment
availability and/or shipping equipment to other regions.
* Provide insight and ideas on how to improve staff morale, quality control, education and
customer service, communication between all EEG Techs and departments within
Neurotech.
* Will know how to perform all EEG/EP services that Neurotech provides, and provide  
training to other techs.
* Train all Waukesha, WI EEG technologist staff: set up and remote monitoring techs on
company standards and how we do things. Ensure all techs are following proper
procedures with setups, monitoring, and scanning.
* Train students and other techs; responsible for their development. Notifies Director of   
EEG Services if a tech is incompetent or unqualified to perform certain functions.
* Conduct peer-to-peer evaluations quarterly, whereby you will go with techs on
hookups  and verify all procedures are being done according to protocols.
* Complete assignments assigned by Director of EEG Services.
* Regularly communicate with Director of EEG Services regarding performance of WI EEG
Techs on issues encountered and solutions to problems.

Salary: $55,000 - $60,000 (based on experience)
Full Time Benefits include:
* 401k Plan with partial company match
* Eligible for Health, Dental and Vision insurance
* 100% Company paid short term disability, long term disability, and life insurance
* Cell phone reimbursement up to $50 per month       
* Paid Time Off (PTO)                                                                                                
posted 9/26/16
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Neurological Monitoring Associates, LLC (NMA)

Neurological Monitoring Associates™, LLC (NMA) is looking for a qualified
Neurodiagnostic Technologist to join our growing team!  

The right candidate will practice in a challenging and fast-paced model, where IONM
practitioner contributions in the Operating Room are appreciated for the value they
bring.  This role requires frequent travel, but over a small geographic area, to support
various hospitals within Eastern Wisconsin.  

Education and Certification Requirements:
•        CNIM certification by ABRET.
•        Graduation from an accredited electroneurodiagnostic education (NDT) program.
•        Associate’s degree in NDT.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.
•        CPR certified.  

Experience Preferences
---Significant experience in surgical monitoring and mapping across a broad variety
of        cases including: basic and advanced spine, intracranial, skull based, ENT,
peripheral nerve, and vascular procedures.
---Preference will be given to those candidates with multiple NDT credentials (EEG, EP,
etc in addition to their CNIM.  
---Experience using a variety of IONM instrument platforms and working with remote    
supervision is a plus.

Benefits Include:
•        Paid time off
•        Generous continuing education
•        Disability coverage
•        This position offers significant opportunities for growth and development in a
rapidly evolving healthcare practice.  

Who We Are:
NMA is the leading provider of surgical neurophysiology services in the state of
Wisconsin.  Patient-centered focus and team-forward culture define who we are.  Our
team includes technologists, neurophysiologists, and a dedicated administrative
team.               

Contact:  Dr Lisa Miller (414)351-6666                                   
posted 8/23/16
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