About Intraoperative Neuromonitoring:
Intraoperative neuromonitoring is able to assess the function of the nervous system during surgery. By monitoring the somatosensory, motor, and auditory pathways, as well as individual nerve roots and EEG; the IOM tech is able to provide feedback to the surgical team about the current and predictive function post operatively for the patient. The intraoperative neuromonitoring technician is responsible for relaying information to the surgical team, aiding in preventing iatrogenic injury.
Located in Kansas City, MO we are a small company looking to grow and train new intraoperative neuromonitoring technicians. We provide intraoperative neuromonitoring services to Kansas City and the local surrounding areas. We cover procedures as simple as a microdiscectomy to complex craniotomies. Benefits including health insurance, retirement, and healthy lifestyle bonus are available after 90 days of employment.
The trainee will be responsible for completing Seastnan’s classroom and clinical training program. The trainee will be assigned to one primary trainer and then as they become more independent will be exposed to additional trainers. Upon completion and competency sign off, the trainee will perform intraoperative neuromonitoring at facilities associated with Seastnan. Upon eligibility for the CNIM exam, the trainee will have 3 months of preparation to take the boards certification. Upon passing the CNIM exam the tech will be compensated for the cost of the exam. The training period is paid, and upon passing the CNIM there is a raise reflective of the new status.
Strong communication, flexibility and responsibility are necessary components for candidates. Candidates will begin with simple cases and then grow to learn and monitor more advanced modalities and cases.
Bachelors degree required, Masters degree preferred.
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