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END TECH – II, III – Seton Healthcare Family – Austin, TX

Job Description:
1) Performs END procedures in at least one modality such as EEG/EMU/EP under direct supervision and in accordance with the standards and protocols of the laboratory.
2) Measures and accurately applies electrodes in a timely manner and with appropriate impedances. Demonstrates competency in multiple electrode application techniques.
3) Documents a comprehensive patient history gathering appropriate information from patient, patient’s record, and family members including neurological symptomatology and medications.
4) Recognizes artifacts (patient, instrumental, or environmental). Documents, eliminates, or takes proper measures to monitor the artifact. Attends to patient needs while in the department. Ensures patient safety at all times.
5) Utilizes knowledge of departmental infection control standards relating to patient, equipment, and electrodes.
6) Assists with performing additional and advanced END procedures under supervised practice with increasing independence.

Why this is a cool opportunity:

Join one of the Top 100 health care systems in the nation. With 38 locations throughout Central Texas, Seton Healthcare Family is a growing center for medical research and education and is home to the regions only 4 Magnet recognized hospitals.

Requirements

END TECH II – An associate’s degree or graduate of an Electroneurodiagnostic (END) program or graduate of a polysomnography program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) or has worked as an EEG/PSG tech for a minimum of two (2) years is required. Current CPR certification from the American Heart Association is required.

END TECH III – Current registration as an Electroencephalographic Technologist (EEG) from the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) is required. Current CPR certification from the American Heart Association is required.

Location:
Dell Children’s Medical Center – Austin, TX
The only dedicated freestanding pediatric facility in the region. Serving a 46-county area and beyond, Dell Children’s is the premier health care provider for children and adolescents.

Job Reference Number:

043350, END Tech II – D/E – 8 hour – 73A-4P

043351, END Tech II – D/E – 8 hour – 1030A-7P

043352, END Tech II – 24/7 EMU Coverage –
Friday/Saturday/Sunday – Day/Night Rotating every two weeks –
7A-7P for two weeks, then 7P-7A for two weeks

043353, END Tech III – 24/7 EMU Coverage –
Friday/Saturday/Sunday – Day/Night Rotating every two weeks –
7A-7P for two weeks, then 7P-7A for two weeks

043354, END Tech III – 24/7 EMU Coverage –
Friday/Saturday/Sunday – Day/Night Rotating every two weeks –
7A-7P for two weeks, then 7P-7A for two weeks

043355, END Tech II – 24/7 EMU Coverage –
Friday/Saturday/Sunday – Day/Night Rotating every two weeks –
7A-7P for two weeks, then 7P-7A for two weeks

www.seton.net/careers

Questions – Ccarter@seton.org

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