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Audiologist /Surgical Neurophysiologist (CNIM)

90017 Los Angeles, CA

90017 Los Angeles, CAFull Time
Posted: May 22nd, 2024
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Job description

IntraNerve Neuroscience (INN) is seeking a new clinical audiologist team member in the Los Angeles, CA area. INN is a nationally established leader in IONM services and has been accredited by the Joint Commission in Ambulatory Care (Telehealth) since 2010. We are dedicated to providing the highest level and continuity in IONM for the patients and surgeons we serve. INN employees are our key to our success and patient safety. We seek clinical staff who are engaged and excited by our patient-centric mission, service excellence, performance improvement, and on-going professional development.

Position Highlights

  • Case Types: Neuro, ENT, Spine, Vascular Strong focus on cochlear implants, skull based, and neurosurgery procedures.
  • Au.D Requirement: Must have Au.D degree.
  • CNIM Requirement: CNIM Certification Required.
  • Team Atmosphere: Work with world renown neurotologists and neurosurgeons along with Work within an established team of Audiologist and Surgical Neurophysiologists in the Southern California region. Rotating call and opportunity to train on advanced cases in the region.
  • Work/Life Balance: INN is committed to ensuring work/life balance for all employees, within the busy nature of our field of IONM.
  • Compensation: Very competitive. Salary dependent upon experience and credentials related to the field. Optional Per Case Bonus for Professional Interpretation.
  • Career Growth: Management and research opportunities.
  • Optional Travel Coverage: Limited travel may be required from time to time. National and regional opportunities for IONM exposure on new cases and meeting co-workers across the country.

About IntraNerve Neuroscience (INN)

IntraNerve Neuroscience (INN) is a progressive leader in the field of Telehealth and IONM services, supporting patients across the Eastern, Midwestern, Southern, and Western parts of the United States. We are focused on excellent competency, commitment to our healthcare partners, open communication, and ethical business conduct. Our highly qualified Clinical staff is backed by state-of-the-art technology and a 24-7 Operations Support Team based at our corporate office in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

What sets INN’s Culture apart from others?

- Local Staff Supporting Local Facilities

- Limited Travel (unless desired by employee)

- Professional Development & Career Advancement

- Innovation & Education - Focus on Compliance and IT Security

- Privately Owned Company

- Family Atmosphere

- 360* Support of Field Staff

- High Level of Clinical and Administrative Support

- Philanthropy Minded

At INN, we recognize that IONM professionals come with a wide range of interests. Some have relocation needs, while others choose to be flexible through travel by laying the groundwork for permanent placement positions. Whatever your situation, we invite you to explore how our collective interests can produce an environment of personal growth and professional excellence.

Other Position Expectations & Responsibilities

  • Maintains availability for case coverage during normal working hours.
  • Variable work schedule that may change from week to week, dependent upon case load, surgeon’s availability, research or training needs, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case, meetings and/or research assignments.
  • Variable work schedule that may include extended hours in the OR beyond normal business hours or a typical 8-hour workday.
  • Adheres to regional on-call policies including working nights, weekends, or holidays on a rotating basis.
  • Use of a cell phone for ‘on-call’ status during non-scheduled work time to cover add-on and emergency cases.
  • Required to maintain focus and clinical judgement at all times during procedures.
  • Participate in conference calls, grand rounds and team meetings as requested by team, manager, or business office.
  • Ensures timely response to and completion of requests by the Business Operations Office and INN Management via email and/or cell phone. Requests will include but are not limited to travel, credentialing, scheduling, compliance and education.
  • Participates in continuing education to maintain CNIM as required by ABRET.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics

  • Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathologic processes and aseptic techniques.
  • Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients along with correct procedures followed in conducting tests and examinations.
  • Ability to evaluate various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
  • Interpersonal and communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
  • Displays vigilance in infection control protocol including hand hygiene, aseptic and sterile technique and low-level disinfection procedures.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, organizational and technology skills.

Physical Demands

  • Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with rare likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
  • Possible exposure to radiation, requiring the use of lead vests (weighing 7 – 25 lbs) for extended periods of time.
  • Use of personal protective equipment such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, bouffant cap, masks, face shields, and dosimeter.
  • Work requires lifting and carrying of up to 50 lbs and frequent pushing and pulling of up to 20 lbs including carrying of supplies and large pieces of equipment.
  • Work requires prolonged sitting and standing with infrequent or no breaks.
  • Work requires frequent walking, bending, squatting, and kneeling.
  • Work requires occasional twisting and turning and occasional reaching over the shoulders.
  • Work requires occasional need to get into awkward positions to reach cramped workspaces.
  • Work requires manual dexterity including but not limited to placing and securing needle electrodes.
  • Work requires the use of computers for extended periods of time while concentrating on monitoring screen images and typing.
  • Exposure to cold environment with bright lights for extended periods of time.

Salary = $100,000 - $120,000 a year

Occupation Classification Requirements:

  • Audiologist
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Audiologist /Surgical Neurophysiologist (CNIM)

Contact

Bree Connell
IntraNerve Neuroscience
Phone: Pref 719-309-5818
Visit Company Website
ID: 363418

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