• Experience 5-10 Years
  • Category Healthcare
  • Location New York, NY

Job Description

Under the administrative direction of the head of EEG service of the Department of Neurology and the clinical supervision of the Interpreting Neurologist, the EEG Lead performs all varieties of neurophysiologic monitoring while applying his/her technical skill independently.


The EEG Lead is responsible for providing technical supervision of neurodiagnostic testing and monitoring. The Lead will assist the service chief in personnel management, quality assessment and assurance to ensure quality and accuracy of interpretation of EEG performed and program advancement. Neurodiagnostic services can include and are not limited to: electroencephalography (EEG) (routine EEG, inpatient video EEG, ambulatory EEG.)


  • Assists the service chief in all aspects of interviewing, training, staffing and scheduling of EEG technologists to ensure appropriate staffing to meet program needs.
  • Ensures technical proficiency of EEG Technologists.
  • Ensures accuracy of information entered in medical record and other information systems.
  • Follows all applicable departmental and institutional policies and procedures related to billing. Participates in and promotes the prevention, detection, and resolution of instances of noncompliance with departmental and institutional billing policies and procedures.
  • Ensures the efficient delivery of EEG services to inpatients and ambulatory patients.
  • Ensures the functionality of EEG equipment and par levels of supplies.
  • Maintain an inventory of supplies and capital equipment for therapeutic procedures provided.
  • Ensures the delivery of safe patient care and maintains a clean, operational and safe environment.



  • A minimum of a High School diploma or GED plus graduation from a Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) accredited is required. A Bachelor’s degree in health care or related field is preferred.
  • Graduation from a Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Program accredited college or university institution preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years experience in performing neurodiagnostic procedures.
  • Communication Management skills to communicate, explain, interpret, share and present information to employees, peers and superiors at MSKCC and appropriate external contacts.
  • Equipment operation skills required include functional knowledge of all diagnostic equipment.
  • Supervisory experience


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