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Current Career Opportunities

Sleep Disorders



POLYSOMNOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGIST (JOB # 2018.0002A)

  • Summary: Will be responsible for performing patient testing procedures and data analysis for the Sleep Disorders Center. Will be accountable to the Sleep Lab Director and Clinical Director for medical direction. Will perform both in-lab polysomnographic tests, MSLTs, MWTs, as well as HSAT procedures and a wide variety of other duties related to the evaluation and treatment of the patients with known or suspected sleep disorders. Will be responsible for providing high level patient care, performing quality technical studies, identifying and troubleshooting problems or issues with digital signal recordings, scoring sleep study physiological data, assisting with training and education of new technicians, and maintaining all the standards and guidelines set forth by the Diagnostic & Treatment Center and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
  • Required Qualifications: Minimum of six months of patient care experience in Sleep Medicine. Currently holds at least one active credential in sleep medicine including RPSGT, CCSH, RST, RRT-SDS, or CRT-SDS. BLS certification or able to obtain within 30 days of hire.
  • Desired Qualifications: Associate degree or higher. Three or more years of experience in sleep medicine, respiratory therapy, EEG, or other healthcare area related to diagnostic testing –OR—successful completion of a polysomnogram program.
  • Schedule: 0.9 FTE (with full-time benefits); 36 hours per week; 6:30pm-7am; three consecutive shifts, but scheduled days may vary.
  • How to Apply.


POLYSOMNOGRAPHY TRAINEE (JOB # 2018.0002)


TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

Do you have a medical background but not the related education or experience to pursue a career in sleep medicine? The Diagnostic & Treatment Center will provide the right candidate with both the education and the experience to become a certified sleep medicine professional.

  • Summary: Will develop competency in and perform the basics of polysomnographic testing and associated interventions under direct supervision of a Polysomnography Technician or a Polysomnography Technologist.
  • Required Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Six months of direct patient care experience. CPR certification.
  • Desired Qualifications: 1+ year of post-secondary education -- OR -- current enrollment in an accredited educational program leading to an associate degree with an emphasis in polysomnography. 1+ year experience in Sleep Medicine, EEG, Respiratory Therapy, or other technical clinical medical field. RPSGT, R.EEG.T., RRT, RST, CCSH.
  • Schedule: Full time, 0.9 FTE, 36 hours/week, three 12-hour night shifts, 6:30pm-7am, specific shift days is variable and negotiable depending on staff needs and preferences.
  • How to Apply.