A Polysomnographic Technologist position is available to support the Sleep Reading Center (SRC) in the Program for Sleep Medicine Epidemiology in the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders at Brigham and Women's Hospital. The primary goal of this position is to support data acquisition, analysis (scoring), and report generation for sleep studies obtained for NIH and industry funded research projects. The data may be obtained in multiple settings including participant homes or from studies performed in sleep labs or other locations as designated in the study protocol. The Polysomnographic Technologist will also be responsible for assisting in analyzing trends in data quality and will need to identify studies that meet criteria for urgent review that require timely physician notification due to extreme physiological abnormalities (e.g., elevated AHI, cardiac arrhythmias, low blood oxygen levels) per study protocols. The technologist will participate in routine meetings and quality assurance activities to ensure work adheres to established standards and protocols and will be expected to assist with preparation of various types of documentation, such as study-specific forms, procedural manuals, and reports.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor's degree in health science, biology, or behavioral science and will be credentialed in sleep technology (RPSGT preferred). A minimum of 1 year of experience is required. Experience with Microsoft Office is preferred, and excellent written and verbal communication skills are required. Work for this position can be performed remotely. Candidates from the following location cannot be considered: OH, WY, WA, ND, Puerto Rico, and the U.S Virgin Islands.
Interested candidates should send a resume to Dan Mobley ([email protected]).
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