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Administrative Manager – Sleep Lab
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Polysomnographic Tech Rgst (Sign on bonus!)
Why work on the Michigan Medicine Polysomnography Team?
As a Polysomnography Technician with Michigan Medicine, you will score sleep records and document test results. You’ll learn to calibrate and adjust equipment including troubleshooting minor problems. Incoming patients will receive instruction and support from you as they prepare for tests. Additionally, there will be opportunities to train new staff members and work with polysomnographic student externs. In specialized cases, you may also develop, implement, evaluate and modify difficult recording procedures for patients or even participate in the conducting of sleep disorder research.
What perks and benefits can you look forward to?
- Excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage.
- 2:1 Match on retirement savings.
- We’ll provide regular professional development through University of Michigan professors and physicians on the latest developments and new technologies in the neuroscientific field.
- We offer advancement opportunities including night coordinator and day-shift positions focused on scoring sleep studies, performing day studies, MSLT’s, MWT’s and setting up home screening.
- Team support staff assists in the cleaning of equipment so you can focus on the patient and procedure.
- Exposure to innovative neuroscientific studies and practices.
- Direct communication and partnership with some of the top sleep specialists in the country.
- Cutting-edge technology.
- You will precisely apply electrodes and perform bio-calibrations.
- You will work with a variety of patients including adult and pediatric populations.
- You’ll also set up top-tier equipment and troubleshoot common issues
- High School graduation.
- Eligibility or Registry by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists or Licensed Respiratory Therapists with sleep specialty credentials within six months of hire.
The work schedule will be assigned by the Sleep Lab Supervisor. The work schedule will include nights shifts during the 24 hours, 7 day/week operations of the Sleep Laboratories. Participation in an on-call schedule.
A cover letter is NOT a requirement for consideration.
This position is not remote work.
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U-M EEO/AA Statement: The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.