The EEG Technologist I is an entry to mid-level position in the neurodiagnostic unit or department. The EEG Technologist I will perform EEGs procedures
according to facility policy and procedures. The EEG Technologist I will maintain patient safety during clinically significant events, and other related duties.
Communication skills are essential for this position. During EEG procedures for which competence has not been achieved, the EEG Technologist I trains
under direct technical supervision. Once training is completed and all required institution competencies have been achieved, the EEG Technologist I works
under indirect technical supervision.
It is expected that the institution employing the EEG Technologist I makes available the appropriate personnel to provide required direct technical supervision
during training and indirect technical supervision.
Direct technical supervision requires that an EEG technologist II or a physician who performs all technical aspects required for electroencephalography must
be physically present at all times during the procedure.
Indirect technical supervision requires that an EEG Technologist II or a physician who performs all technical aspects required for electroencephalography must
be immediately available to provide assistance and direction throughout the procedure.
The EEG Technologist I works under the technical direction of the EEG Technologist II or higher and reports to administrative and clinical leadership as is defined
by facility policy and procedures.
COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
c. Manual dexterity
d. Talking and speech
Demonstrates the ability to concentrate for long periods of time under stressful conditions and still perform properly and effectively
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Enrolled in, or graduation from a Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), accredited Electrodiagnostic (END) Program or
an Associate’s Degree or higher from an accredited college or university is required.
Experience working in healthcare preferred.
Current BCLS certification preferred. Required to maintain.
Entry level PC and Microsoft™ Windows® knowledge.
Credentialing to be achieved within three years of hire.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
1. Frequent walking
3. Reaching including above/below shoulder height
4. Pulling/Pushing >50 pounds
5. Carrying <50 pounds
1. Lighting bright and dim
2. Mechanical hazards
3. Hazardous substances
4. Infectious diseases
The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job.
OUR PURPOSE & VALUES: Everything we do is about caring for our patients, our members, our students, our Geisinger family and our communities. KINDNESS: We strive to treat everyone as we would hope to be treated ourselves. EXCELLENCE: We treasure colleagues who humbly strive for excellence. LEARNING: We share our knowledge with the best and brightest to better prepare the caregivers for tomorrow. INNOVATION: We constantly seek new and better ways to care for our patients, our members, our community, and the nation.
GEISINGER-COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER (G-CMC), Scranton, Pa., is an acute care hospital licensed for 297 beds and houses the only Level II Trauma Center in Lackawanna County and Scranton’s only neurosurgery program and adult in-patient behavioral health unit. It is also home to comprehensive cardiovascular and orthopaedic services, as well as a broad range of other surgical and radiological services.
ABOUT GEISINGER: Geisinger is a physician-led health system comprised of approximately 30,000 employees, including nearly 1,600 employed physicians, 13 hospital campuses, two research centers, and a 583,000-member health plan Geisinger is nationally recognized for innovative practices and quality care. Geisinger serves more than 3 million people in central, south-central and northeast Pennsylvania and also in southern New Jersey with the addition of National Malcolm Baldridge Award recipient AtlantiCare, A member of Geisinger. In 2017, the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine became the newest member of the Geisinger Family.
We offer healthcare benefits for full time and part time positions from day one, including vision, dental and domestic partners.* Perhaps just as important, from senior management on down, we encourage an atmosphere of collaboration, cooperation and collegiality. For more information, visit www.geisinger.org, or connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
** Does not qualify for J-1 waiver. We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or their protected veteran status.
*Domestic partner benefits not applicable at Geisinger Holy Spirit.
At Geisinger, our innovative ideas are inspired by the communities we serve – like our Fresh Food
Farmacy, a program that delivers life-saving healthy alternatives to patients with diabetes. With additional tools like our MyCode Community Health Initiative, one of the first health system genome sequencing
programs, and our new asthma app suite that we developed in partnership with AstraZeneca, it’s no wonder we’re ranked one of the Top 5 Most Innovative Healthcare Systems by Becker's Hospital Review. We continually work towards continuous improvement in a culture where everyone has a voice and firmly believe that better begins with all of us.
Founded more than 100 years ago, Geisinger serves more than three million residents throughout central, south-central and northeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. Our physician-led system is comprised of 30,000 employees, including 1,600 employed physicians, and consists of 13 hospital campuses, the Geisinger Health Plan, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine and two research centers.
What you do at Geisinger shapes the future of health and improves lives – for our patients, communities, and you.