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EEG Technologist II, Grade 610Location: Modesto, CA Additional Locations:
Job Number: 691283 Date posted: 05/31/2018
The EEG Technician, a member of the Neurology team, functions under the direction of the Chief and Service Unit Manager. The EEG Technician will perform a variety of neurological tests and procedures for diagnostic purposes.
- Willing to provide excellent service within the bounds of one's ability, policies and bargaining unit agreement, as applicable.
- Demonstration of a service-oriented philosophy.
- Demonstrates and maintains professional conduct including courtesy and patience in all interactions with patients, members, physicians, co-workers, volunteers and visitors.
- Must be able to perform all duties as per department specific functional and environment requirements.
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English required.
- Ability to follow standard Medical Center procedures and perform duties involving a degree of independent judgment, speed and accuracy.
- Must satisfactorily complete training and evidence competency in PARRS, MRMS, and windows-based computer software.
- Ability to maintain courteous relationships with patients and staff, both in person and on the telephone required.
- Flexibility required, as hours, days and departments may vary according to facility needs. Some weekends, holidays and/or evenings may be required.
Quality of Work:
- Prepares patient for procedure and completes basic data collection information.
- Performs EEG testing as ordered within scope of practice.
- Demonstrates competency in specific technical skills as evidenced by skills/competency inventory.
- Documents in a timely, accurate, and concise manner.
- Demonstrates an awareness and sensitivity to patient/family rights, cultural/religious beliefs and age specific needs.
- Demonstrate good time management and organizational skills.
- Performs required tasks and assumes responsibility of assignment within limits of given scheduled work time.
- Functions under the supervision of Physician and manager.
- Follows-up on activities to ensure continuity of patient care.
- Demonstrates effective working relationships with healthcare team members, patients, and families.
- Demonstrates effective communication skills.
- Demonstrates effective response in crisis or emergency situations.
Quality Improvement/Risk Management:
- Participates in the department's quality equipment maintenance and improvement process.
- Participates in maintaining safe working environment.
- Accountable for continued improvement of own practice.
- Attends in-services and staff meetings to maintain knowledge of department functions, policies, and procedures.
- Proactive in seeking educational opportunities to improve technical and clinical decision-making skills.
- Demonstrates service commitment by adhering to Medical Center mission and standards.
- Demonstrates a service orientation and openness to creative and innovative approaches.
- Exhibits flexibility in compliance with staffing and other work routines.
- Demonstrates accountability for keeping up with informational activities/processes.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- EEG Technician certificate.
- Knowledge of neurology.
- Six (6) months experience working as an EEG Technician within the last three (3) years.
- Basic electrical safety and electronics.
- Will perform in-patient and outpatient testing.
- Must be able to transport equipment from clinic to hospital.
- Must be able to take appointment information from various areas of the hospital and clinic, and contact patients when necessary.
- Majority of work will entail routine EEG and evoked potentials.
- Position may require travel.
- May require other duties as assigned.
- Inpatient and Pediatrics experience.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
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