The MSU Sleep Research Lab is is looking for a Sleep Technologist to join their research team. The lab equipped with gold-standard technology including polysomnography and microneurography to measure nocturnal electroencephalography and nervous system function. The laboratory has the unique ability to examine the link between sleep quality and cardiovascular health using direct measures of the sympathetic nervous system.
MSU is an equal opportunity employer, veterans/disabled.
Registered or Certified Polysomnographic Technologist OR
Associate or Bachelor’s degree in an allied health profession, i.e. nursing, kinesiology, respiratory therapy, medical assistant, etc.
Demonstrate computer skills appropriate for the position.
Demonstrate written, verbal, communication, and customer service skills.
Demonstrate ability to work with minimal supervision to analyze complex situations and apply policy.
Comply with professional standards of conduct.
Experience working with human subjects (participants) monitoring physiological signals, entering data into charts.
Experience with compliance of applicable laws, regulations, guidelines, and standards regarding safety and infection control.
Experience performing routine equipment care, maintenance, and supply inventory.
Additional Salary Information: Salary range of $40,000 to $46,000 annually, commensurate with experience, education, and qualifications
Internal Number: STAFF-VA-21336
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