Neurophysiologist - Surgical Neuromonitoring - Casual 2024-7641

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Date Posted: 2/22/2024

Location: Toronto, ON, Canada

Reference No.: 2024-7641

Position Type: Casual

Department: Ross Tilley Burn Centre

FTE Status: 0.00

Hours of Work: 10 hrs

Campus Site: Bayview

Shifts Weekday Required: Days, Evenings

Shifts Weekend Required: Other

Statutory Holiday(s) Required: Yes

  • Summary of Duties

    • Consulting with the surgeon regarding patient structures at risk and modalities to be monitored

    • Clearly and effectively communicate to the patient about the IONM tests to be performed during the surgical procedure

    • Accurately placing all electrodes on the patient per the standard of care

    • Diligently monitors waveforms from multiple modalities using Cadwell’s cascade software during surgery.

    • Keeping the surgical team informed of patient status throughout the surgery.

    • Promptly uploads IONM surgical logs to excel accurately and efficiently.

    • Maintenance of all IONM equipment and report any equipment issues promptly to the team lead.

    • Identifying appropriate protocols and performs troubleshooting as needed to ensure accurate data collection.

    • Research and stay up to date with current literature in IONM

    • Available to be on call for 24 hours a day (approx. 7-8 days a month or 95 days a year)



    • B.Sc. in Health Science, Biological Science (i.e. Kinesiology)

    • M.Sc. in Health Science, Biological Science preferred

    • Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Graduate Certification required or CNIM certification preferred

    • Minimum one year of intra-operative neuromonitoring experience in a large Canadian tertiary care centre preferred

    • Thorough understanding of anatomy and neurophysiology

    • Proven communication and problem-solving skills

    • Good interpersonal skills

    • Current Standard First Aid, CPR-C, and AED certifications

    • Experience performing EEG or EMG or evoked potentials

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