Neurotech, LLC is a leading provider in EEG studies specializing in routine and in-home monitored EEG services as well as ICU/EMU monitoring. We were recently awarded the following: "Best Places to Work" from Modern Healthcare Magazine and "Fastest Growing Firms" from Milwaukee Business Journal.
We have the following two positions available:
Lead Neurodiagnostic Long Term Monitoring EEG Technologist
The Lead Monitoring Technologist coordinates and oversees 2nd shift monitoring EEG technologists and tech observers, remotely monitors ICU and EMU patients undergoing continuous EEG testing, reviews EEG data, communicates with hospital staff with urgent findings as per protocols. Must have knowledge of computers, technology and various types of EEG recording equipment, be able to troubleshoot equipment, have thorough knowledge of normal and abnormal EEG patterns and clinical correlates, and have excellent patient care skills. Communication skills are essential for this position. Works under general technical supervision only.
Work Location: Neurotech's office in Schaumburg, IL
Neurodiagnostic Long Term Monitoring EEG Technologist
The Long Term Monitoring Technologist is a mid-level position in Neurotech's neurodiagnostic department. The position remotely monitors patients undergoing ambulatory EEG testing to ensure patient’s safety and best quality of recording. He or she can also scan EEG data. Must have knowledge of computers and technology, be able to troubleshoot equipment, have thorough knowledge of normal and abnormal EEG patterns and clinical correlates, and have excellent patient care skills. Communication skills are essential for this position. Works under general technical supervision only.
Work Location: One of the following Neurotech office locations (employee's choice):
Neurotech is a leader in providing in-home electroencephalogram (EEG) testing throughout the Midwest.
Neurotech specializes in performing EEGs at the patient’s residence or facility, we come to the patient. An EEG is a diagnostic test that records electrical activity from the brain. An EEG can determine a person’s electrical brain function which can help diagnose many neurological disorders. In... particular EEG is the most preferred diagnostic tool to diagnose or rule out epileptic seizures. Commonly a 24-hour EEG or longer (Ambulatory EEG) is the preferred method to properly diagnose events related to seizure activity.