Kaiser Permanente EEG Technologist I, Grade 560 in Santa Rosa, California
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.
Travel between Kaiser Permanente facilities will be required on a regular basis
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.
Demonstrates effective working relationships with healthcare team members, patients, and families.
Demonstrates effective communication skills.
Demonstrates effective response in crisis or emergency situations.
Quantity of Work:
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.
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 GED equivalent.
EEG Technician certificate.
Knowledge of neurology.
Demonstrated ability to perform under minimum supervision the routine Electoencephalograph, Evoked Potentials and other specialized procedures in accordance tithe the requirements/specifications of the Employer.
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.
Must be willing to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
TITLE: EEG Technologist I, Grade 560
LOCATION: Santa Rosa, California
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, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.