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EEG Technician Mercy Health Pediatric Neurology PRN in Toledo, OH at Mercy Health

Date Posted: 7/13/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Toledo, OH
  • Job Type:
    Health Care
  • Experience:
    Up to 2 year(s)
  • Date Posted:
    7/13/2018

Job Description

Job Summary

This position involves skilled professional and technical work involving patient contact and the performance of various neurophysiological tests. Work is performed under general supervision in accordance with established procedures. Performance requires good judgment and action in specific situations. Performs test on neonate, pediatric and adult patients.

Qualifications - Minimum

Education:

Registered EEG Technician preferred.

One to two years of experience working as an EEG Technician or in the health care field preferred.

Must be able to properly apply electrodes, and manipulate and troubleshoot equipment.

Ability to elicit full patient cooperation in performance of tests and observing and handling people who may be apprehensive.

Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and learn new equipment and procedures.

Ability to relate to co-workers, nurses, physicians, and others in a professional and courteous manner.

Ability to maintain professional confidences and earn the patient’s trust.

Ability to learn and follow good infection control practices and have a thorough knowledge of universal precautions.

BLS trained according to AHA guidelines.

Ability to push equipment outside of the lab, and the ability to learn and perform the proper technique of transporting, lifting, and moving patients.

Must be able to type 35-40 words per minute, and properly perform other clerical function.

Hours

Hours per pay period: 0

Hours: Varies

Hours may vary depending on provider/clinical need.

Shift and Job Schedule

Job Shift: Days, Job Schedule: Contingent

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