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Intraoperative Neuromonitor Specialist I – Neuromonitoring Service – Full Time
As an inexperienced neuromonitoring technician, the IOM Specialist I will develop competencies in the basics of Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM) testing and associated interventions and perform intraoperative monitoring under direct supervision.
Within three months of the date of hire, the IOM Specialist I will be able to perform neuromonitoring for simpler cases that include spine surgeries and peripheral nerves surgeries. The techniques with which the IOM Specialist I must gain expertise include the elicitation of somatosensory and motor-evoked potentials, and spontaneous and triggered EMG for surgical cases that place the nervous system at risk and peripheral nerve surgeries.
In addition, the IOM Specialist I will obtain CNIM certification within 18 months of the date of hire.
- Associate degree in a science-related field from an accredited institution.
- Bachelors’ Degree preferred.
- No minimum experience required.
- Entry Level trainee position. Will be learning IOM techniques involved in spinal and peripheral nerve surgeries.
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