This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
The incumbents in positions in this family perform neurophysiological tests, which measure the brain impulse frequencies and electrical potential, as in seizure disorders.
Under the general direction of the Senior Specialist, will be required to perform a wide range of electroneurodiagnostic examinations, i.e., all types of electro- encephalograms 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 in service. 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, including 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.
Associate's Degree. Four years EEG experience in an acute care facility.
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