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117.1

T.H. CLINICAL TECHNICAL SERVICES – EEG

Provides neurophysiological tests which measure the brain impulse frequencies and electrical potential, as in seizure disorders.

T.H. CTS EEG Senior Specialist: (SL-4)

Responsible for planning, daily operations and evaluation ofa ll administrative and technical support functions of the Clinical Neurophysiology and/or Neurology Department. Maintains clinical neurophysiology services in accordance with standards established by the medical staff; plans and directs all daily operations of the Department; responsible for scheduling, work assignments, on-call arrangements, result reporting, payroll and attendance records, departmental statistics and other data as required. Supervises clinical and clerical staff; responsible for departmental supply functions including purchase orders and contractual services, the selection and recommendation of capital equipment for the Department; responsible for Departmental Policies and Procedures, Quality Assurance, etc. prepares Departmental Budget; responsible for long range and facilities planning for the Department; represents the Department at administrative meetings and is technical liaison to the medical and nursing staff; responsible for department inservice; participates in the instruction of neurology residents, medical students, fellow and allied health students, acts as technical advisor to students as required; performs other duties as required.

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree. Five (5) years EEG experience in an acute care facility, with one (1) year in a supervisory/administrative capacity.

 

State Title Code: 3744228

SUNY Title Code: 4009

Revised: 10/1/87

117.2

T.H. CTS EEG Specialist: (SL-3)

Under general direction of the Senior Specialist, will be required to perform a wide range of electroneurodiagnostic examinations, i.e., all types of electroencephalograms including routine, portable, neonatal, electrocerebral silence, and ambulatory. Performs evoked potential studies including visual, brainstem auditory and somatosensory; may be required to assist in electromyograms and nerve conduction velocity studies; instructs neurology residents, fellows, medical students and allied health students in all phases of electroneurodiagnostic examinations; assists in depth inservice. May specialize in a given area of clinical neurophysiology, i.e., performs nerve condition velocity studies or evoked potential monitoring in the operating room. Maintains laboratory equipment which includes calibration and minor repairs; maintains and inventories laboratory supplies, linen, etc; maintains EEG tracings, laboratory data and microfilmed recordings; supervises, trains and evaluates EEG technicians in the daily operation of clinical testing.

Preferred Qualifications:

Associate’s degree. Four (4) years EEG experience in an acute care facility.

 

State Title Code: 3744227

SUNY Title Code: 4010

Revised: 10/1/87

117.3

T.H. CTS EEG Associate: (SL-2)

Performs a wide range of electroneurodiagnostic examinations, i.e., all types of electroencephalograms including routine, portable, neonatal, electrocerebral silence, and ambulatory. Performs evoke potential studies including visual, brainstem auditory and somatosensory. May be required to assist in electromyograms and nerve conduction celocity studies. Maintains laboratory equipment which includes calibration and minor repairs; maintains and inventories laboratory supplies, linen, etc. Maintains EEG tracings, laboratory data and microfilmed recordings; works under the supervision of appropriate medical staff or the T.H. Clinical Technical Senior Specialist.

Preferred Qualifications:

Associate’s degree. Two (2) years EEG experience in an acute care facility.

 

State Title Code: 3744226

SUNY Title Code: 4011

Revised: 10/1/87

 


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