Under the general supervision of the Sleep Center Director, perform hook-up and diagnostic procedures related to patient care in accordance with the Sleep Center Policy and procedure manual. Assist with clerical duties including admitting, filing, and record keeping and cleaning. Assist with the training of Sleep Technicians. Perform and score NPSGs/MSLTs/MWTs. Maintain documentation as related to Sleep Disorders. Maintain the yearly requirement of Continuing Education Credits as deemed necessary by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Re-certification in Polysomnography is now a requirement and the sole responsibility of the individual technologist. If for some reason the technologist fails to retain registry and/or fails the exam, the employee will fall back into a “TECH II” position and pay scale. The employee will have 2 exam attempts within the first 6 months of losing credentials to earn them back. If after such period has expired, and /or the candidate fails the exam, the candidate will be terminated. The following duties considered to be necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all the work requirements, which may be inherent in the position.
A high school diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED)
A certificate of Registry in Polysomnography Technology (R.PSGT) is required from the Board of Registered Polysomnograhic Technology and
CPR certification prior to working unsupervised