Nov 29, 2021
Reports to: Technician Manager
Rate of Pay: $22 - $27 DOE
Overall Responsibility: Neurology Technicians must possess anesthesia knowledge and be outgoing and independent, making use of all available time. Neurology Techs must have the ability to perform and react in a wide variety of daily situations in high paced environment, as well as work with every department in the hospital when needed. They must possess excellent communication skills. Neurology Technicians provide a link between clients, client services, doctors, and assistants. They must be able to react in any situation in a professional and efficient manner.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Patient care
- Facilitate the doctors daily schedule.
- Prepare exam room for each visit, including tools needed for each exam
- Assisting in and facilitating radiographs
- Prepare and flip OR’s as needed
- Retrieve patient charts from client services in order of appointment time or doctor request.
- Greet clients, obtain patients current body weight, reason for visit and brief history. Obtain other vitals and labwork as needed.
- Anesthesia: induction, maintenance, monitoring and recovery
- Preform and assist with all aspects of animal restraint for exams and procedures
- Preform all types of restraint, venipuncture, placing IV catheters, administer SQ fluids, medications per doctors orders
- Complete estimates and feel comfortable discussing those with owners, continued conversations with clients regarding finances
- Other duties as needed.
Educational Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent required. At least 1 year of animal experience required. Veterinary Technician certification preferred.
Skill Requirements: Strong ability to multitask and anticipate needs. Excellent communication with staff, and between staff and upper management. Good attendance. Handles stress well and keeps a positive attitude. Excels at conflict resolution and superb at problem solving.
Physical Requirements: This job is physically active and requires frequent bending. It also requires routine lifting and restraining of animals in excess of 50 pounds.
Interacts with: All areas of the hospital.