The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine's EKG Department and ACU is currently seeking a Non-Invasive Cardiac Technician to work within the EKG group. This position will be located at the Cardiovascular Center and medical campus.
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- 2:1 Match on retirement savings.
Performs moderate to complex clinical procedures specific to cardiac pacemaker devices, managing through several Pacemaker Systems (including patient scheduling) and Device websites, and all related EKG Services. Employees are responsible for the initial analysis and preliminary report generation, advising physicians or nurses of significant abnormalities. Additional responsibilities include the set up and application of certain devices to the patient and the transmission of the recorded information to the data base or analysis system. Will provide technical instruction to department technical staff, students and multiple health care providers in the performance of diagnostic tests and the use and maintenance of laboratory equipment, as well as the coordination of problem resolution. Potential exposure and assistance with functional and clinical device interrogation and IRL (Implantable Loop Recorder).
- More than 2 years’ experience as an EKG Technician or in a Cardiac Department setting.
- High school graduation with coursework in the physical and biological sciences or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary.
- Experience in EKG interpretation, Pacemaker analysis and clinic is required. BCLS certification is required.
- Exposure to a Cardiology setting (departmental, clinic, testing, etc.).
- Excellent organizational skills to include thorough documentation of medical information in patient records and chart, verbal and written communication.
- Experience and exposure to patient scheduling system.
- Experience in independent decision making for patients with various cardiac diseases.
- Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and thorough communications skills are required and the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a care team with the goal of service excellence and patient family centered care.
- Positive, can-do attitude, great team player.
- Satisfactory completion of college courses in the physical and biological sciences.
- Certification by the appropriate agency, with the possibility of being a future requirement.
- Wide variety of computer skills including, MiChart, Word, and Excel.
- Knowledge of the University of Michigan Hospital policies and practice.
- Demonstrated accountability/dependability as evidenced, for example, by a stellar attendance record; by completion of mandatories and unit based competencies within an established time frame; by meeting deadlines and completing required work.
- Always strives to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem by offering constructive, creative ideas.
40 hours, full-time. Shift: Days / Monday through Friday. Flexible and rotating hours necessary.
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