Work Hours: 5 on 9 off 7pm to 7am
A sleep technologist works under the general supervision of the designee of the medical director to provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of sleep, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, comprehensive patient care and direct patient education. The sleep technologist is able to perform the duties defined for a sleep technician defined by the policy and procedures of the department.
Schedule - Full time - 5 nights on, 9 nights off; 7pm - 7am.
•Maintain current CPR or BCLS certification.
•Demonstrate critical thinking and ability to work with minimal supervision.
• Follow HIPAA policies to maintain the privacy and security of patient information.
•Comply with professional standards of conduct.
•Assist the director in all aspects of sleep center operations.
•Demonstrate adherence to AASM scoring parameters; identify artifact, inadequate signals and study failures and generate an accurate report.
Education and/or Experience
Successful completion of an accredited educational program leading to a certificate or associate degree with an emphasis in sleep technology.
Successful completion of a sleep technology program associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility or equivalent experience and documented proficiency for all competencies required of a sleep technician.
Certification by a nationally recognized certification board and holds either the Registered Sleep Technologist (RST), Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT), or Sleep Disorders Specialist (SDS) credential to be completed within year of employment.
Compensation: $23.80/hr - $28.56/hr, depending on experience.
Medical, dental, vision, health care FSA, and dependent care FSA: All active employees working 40 or more hours per pay period are eligible for benefits on the first of the month following 30 days of active service. PRN staff are not initially eligible for benefits, and GVH follows all Affordable Health Care Act Eligibility guidelines.