Nationwide Children's Hospital

  • EEG Tech II - Main Campus

    Posted Date 5 months ago(6/5/2018 3:10 PM)
    Requisition ID
    Allied Health
  • Overview

    Part Time, Benefits Eligible

    Dayshift – Varying hours & days

    This position will involve training in nerve conduction studies and EMG as well as Evoked potentials.

    Experience in nerve conduction and assisting with EMG studies is preferred but not required.

    Experience with pediatrics is a plus.


    The EEG Technologist II has passed examination by the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists, Inc. (ABRET) and proven competence to obtain a credential in electroencephalography (R. EEG T.*).

    The EEG Technologist II has a minimum of three years’ experience in performing electroencephalography.

    The EEG Technologist II provides findings, results, and a descriptive analysis according to facility policy and procedures.

    Strong well developed communication skills are essential for this position.

    The EEG Technologist II performs procedures appropriate to their competence and credentials held under general technical supervision3.

    3General technical supervision requires that the EEG procedure is performed under technical supervision as detailed in the facility policy and procedure manual.


    The moment you walk through our doors, you can feel it. When you meet one of our patient families, you believe it. And when you talk with anyone who works here, you want to be part of it, too. Welcome to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, where Passion Meets Purpose.

    Here, Everyone Matters. We’re 12,000 strong. And it takes every single one of us to improve the lives of the kids we care for, and the kids from around the world we’ll never even meet. Kids who are living healthier, fuller lives because of the knowledge we share. We know it takes a Collaborative Culture to deliver on our promise to provide the very best, innovative care and to foster new discoveries, made possible by the most groundbreaking research. Anywhere.

    Ask anyone with a Nationwide Children’s badge what they do for a living. They’ll tell you it’s More Than a Job. It’s a calling. It’s a chance to use and grow your talent to make an impact that truly matters. Because here, we exist simply to help children everywhere.

    Nationwide Children’s Hospital. A Place to Be Proud.


    The EEG Technologist II has an expected level of competence and is able to independently perform duties and responsibilities for electroencephalography under general technical supervision3;

    Recognizes clinically significant events and follows facility policy and procedures regarding critical test results**

    Maintains continuing education requirements of ABRET for R. EEG T. credential by reviewing literature and attending educational meetings for the latest accepted practices and electrical safety relevant to equipment and testing

    Establishes policies and procedures according to established standards of practice

    Performs any other related duties that are consistent with patient and technical care for this level

    Participates in tutoring, demonstrating, and mentoring other team members

    Provides direct technical supervision1 and indirect technical supervision2 to the EEG Technologist I as required.


    Minimum Requirements: An EEG Technologist II must have all of the following in addition to being BLS certified:

    1. Credential in electroencephalography (R. EEG T.*).
    2. Three or more years’ experience in the performance of EEG procedures in a patient care environment.
    3. Well-developed PC and Microsoft Windows knowledge.

    Education: Graduation from a Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) accredited Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Program, or an Associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university is desired.

    Physical Skills:

    1. Frequent walking
    2. Sitting/standing
    3. Reaching including above/below shoulder height
    4. Some kneeling/crawling
    5. Pulling/pushing >50 pounds
    6. Carrying <50 pounds

    Physical Exposure: Lighting bright and dim, mechanical hazards, hazardous substances, infectious diseases.

    Physical Ability: Must be good or greater: vision, hearing, manual dexterity, talking and speech, typing. Requires the ability to concentrate for long periods of time under stressful conditions and still perform properly and effectively.

    The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.

    EOE M/F/Disability/Vet


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