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Neurodiagnostic (EEG) Tech
Video: Learn about becoming a Neurodiagnostic (EEG) Tech
Help kids get the right care, right away
Looking for exciting work with a big impact? As a neurodiagnostic tech at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, you can make life healthier for kids by performing procedures that help doctors provide fast, accurate care for pediatric brain and central nervous system disorders.
As the region’s only hospital that’s 100 percent dedicated to kids and teens, we diagnose and treat all kinds of pediatric neurological conditions, including the most rare – with exceptional results. Every day is different, and every team member makes a difference.
Here, you’ll have one-of-a-kind opportunities to learn and grow in your field: training that prepares you to practice in a variety of clinical settings, experiences that connect you to many pediatric specialties, and a dynamic work environment that inspires you to learn more and do more.
Help us advance our vision to make Wisconsin’s kids the healthiest in the nation by providing the neurodiagnostic care they need. Together, we’ll work to ensure that every child and family we serve receives nothing but the best.
At Children’s, neurodiagnostic techs perform a variety of procedures to study the brain and central nervous system in pediatric patients, including EEGs, evoked potentials, electromyography and nerve conduction.
We are currently hiring for these positions:
- Neuro Tech 1: This position is for candidates who have completed training but are not yet registered in the field of electroneurodiagnostic technology.
- Neuro Tech 2: Candidates must have successfully completed a written exam through the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists.
- Neuro Tech Supervisor: Candidates must have completed a two-year accredited electroneurodiagnostic program and earned designation as a registered technologist by the Board of Registered Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists in two modalities; three modalities is preferred (EEG, EP or CNIM). Two years of experience, proficiency in performing complex neurophysiology techniques and CPR certification are also required.
How to apply
Click here to access our job application site, and do a keyword search for “EEG” or “neurodiagnostics.”