Job Description & Requirements
****Travelers are the first to float. The Traveler may have shifts scheduled in multiple units, depending on the current staffing needs. During the Traveler’s assignment, if the primary unit no longer has a need, shifts will be re-assigned to another unit in order to complete contract.
The UWHealth Neurodiagnostic Technologist I is a multi-skilled allied health professional who may perform diagnostic testing procedures including, but not limited to, electroencephalograms (EEG), evoked potentials (EP), nerve conduction studies (NCS),long-term monitoring for epilepsy (LTM), and intensive care unit and continuous EEG monitoring (ICU/EEG). This work is performed under the direct supervision of senior staff and a physician who is responsible for interpretation and clinical correlation of the results. This physician may not be physically present during the procedures and so the technologist must be able to analyze data during the recording, making certain that the information being obtained is valid and interpretable. A relevant patient history obtained by the technologist guides to some degree how the test will be conducted; therefore, he/she must be knowledgeable in clinical neurology. This employee will work in a variety of settings. Studies may be performed in an outpatient laboratory, emergency room, operating room, intensive care unit, special monitoring units or at the patient's bedside
1) Eligibility for graduation within the next three months from an approved school of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology
2) Pediatric Experience OR
3) Two years combination of training and experience as a practicing clinical Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist. OR
4) Five years combination of training and experience as a practicing clinical Seizure Monitor Technician or performing similar work
5) Traveler must have a permanent address outside 75-mile radius of Madison
6) Prior traveling experience is preferred.
Location: University Hospital
(2) 8s, (2) 12s Fri/Mon 11pm-730am Sat/Sun 7pm-730am No call