Position Description: Using the latest technology we seek to detect and avoid potential damage
to the neural structure of the patient during surgery. Primarily we monitor spinal surgery,
brain tumor removal and some cardiovascular procedures. We provide a full range of
intraoperative monitoring services (i.e. Somatosensory Evoked Potentials, TCMEP, EMG, Auditory
Brainstem Response, etc.) to hospitals and physicians.
Success Profile: Bachelors, Masters, or PhD Degree in the life sciences is required -
Neuroscience, biology, bio-engineering, audiology, etc. Training in anatomy, physiology and
physics is important.
Ideal personal characteristics are: the ability to work independently, be self motivated, have
a strong desire to learn, the ability to keep up with fast paced and independent learning, be
service-oriented, be adept at interacting with surgeons and OR staff, and be comfortable with
equipment and technology. Flexibility is necessary due to short term notice of the next
day’s work schedule, variations in daily start and end times, work in different hospitals, and
some travel to different cities (some overnight travel).
Training: We provide an outstanding training program for people entering the field as well as
advanced skill development for experienced clinicians. Our culture encourages your
professional growth and provides tremendous opportunity to practice the latest intraoperative
monitoring techniques. Our training program is considered the best in the country, and we
cover all training expenses (including travel/lodging) while you are employed full-time at
Opportunities: We offer rapid advancement through clinical competencies, sophisticated and
challenging clinical cases, interesting and mentally stimulating work environment, the latest
technology in intraoperative monitoring, and ongoing opportunities for career advancement to
senior and management positions.