Job Details

  Polysomnographic Technician / Technologist
Company: Willamette Sleep Center
Location: 180 Ramsgate Square SE
Salem, Oregon   97302
Employment Type: Per Diem, Part-Time, Full-Time
Education Level: High School
Share Job on Facebook Post Job on Twitter Share Job on Other Sites

Job Description
""" Wage will be determine by proven work history in the Job description capacity """

Willamette Sleep Center (WSC) is currently seeking experienced Polysomnographic Technician or Technologist for Part time night position. Applicant should hold one of the following credentials: RPSGT, RRT, RRT SDS, or CRT SDS; and be licensed or pursuing licensing by the Oregon Health Licensing Agency as a Polysomnographic Technologist. Work schedule is 7:00 PM to 7:30 AM, 12 ½ hours 1-3 nights a week. The work nights are set and not rotating for part and full time position. The WSC is a privately owned Center with two locations in Oregon; Salem & West Linn. We offer competitive salaries according to credentials and work experience. Our benefit package is competitive as well. Further details about our Center along with contact information can be found at our Web site:

The Polysomnographic (PSG) technician or technologist has competency in and performs all PSG, MSLT, & MWT testing from routine to comprehensive and associated simple and complex interventions, in accordance with Willamette Sleep Center’s (WSC) policies and procedures, under general oversight of Lead technologist and/or WSC operation manager and/or WSC medical director. Should demonstrate competencies in the following areas (but not limited to): Gathering and analyzing patient information to determine final testing parameters; All PSG from routine to comprehensive setup, testing procedures, and equipment/sensor adjustments; PSG data acquisition, monitoring, ensure signals are artifact-free as well as trouble shoot and correct problems; document routine observations; performs appropriate therapeutic interventions from simple to complex; ensure the patient’s safety of all patients being studied during his/her work shift; perform post PSG protocol/procedures; will be able to score an entire PSG study with a inter-scorer correlation of at least 85 percent; produce a comprehension written and verbal report to day shift scoring technologist. Attend monthly departmental meetings and regional sleep education programs. PSG technician/technologist must adhere to center’s quality, productivity, and performance standards. As well as help in creating and modifying WSC policies and procedures; along with other responsibilities as deemed appropriate by the WSC Operation Manager and/or WSC Medical Director.

""" Wage will be determine by proven work history in the Job description capacity """

« Go Back