Intraoperative Monitoring Opportunity — South Bend, IN

We have a unique opportunity for an IOM professional in South Bend, IN.  Would you enjoy working consistently with 2-3 surgeons and 1 surgical team?  Are you tired of traveling around the country or commuting several hours for work?

Position details and requirements:

  • Clinical Requirements: Minimum of 1 year of clinical IOM experience + CNIM certification; CNIM-eligible candidates with experience in IOM may be considered.
  • Environment:  Work consistently with the same surgeon, resulting in great chemistry and trust.  Core team of 3 IOM professionals that have developed a wonderful bond with the surgeons to create a pleasant and non-confrontational environment; All surgeries monitored remotely by a board certified neurologist.
  • Call Requirements: Each individual takes call on a rotating basis every 4 weeks.  All coverage that exceeds 16 hours per week (IOM billable hours) is paid at $100/hr.
  • Educational Opportunities: We are seeking those who have a passion for learning.  We specifically seek individuals who welcome the opportunity to enhance their skills.  Attendance at relevant conferences is encouraged and welcomed.  A scholarship program exists to reward high achievers with attendance at conferences and events.  An internal training program monitors and rewards progress for clinical development.
  • Travel:   All cases are performed at hospitals or surgical centers in South Bend.
  • Case Breakdown: 90% spine, 10% complex craniotomies and ENT cases.
  • Location: South Bend, IN (Candidates may also live in Elkhart or Mishawaka)
  • Compensation: $80k-$90k with CNIM, ($60k-$75k for CNIM-eligible) + full benefits package + 14 days of PTO + Relocation (if needed). A robust corporate healthcare plan (100% of premiums paid) is included along with a 401k plan with a 5% match.
  • Extras:  The company is developing patent pending technologies that will be discussed during the interview process.  This is designed to get the surgeon more involved in the IOM process.
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