IOM Oppty — Denver

We have a unique opportunity for an IOM professional in Denver, CO.  Would you enjoy working consistently with the same surgeons at only 3 hospitals?  Does a work week that averages 20 hrs/wk appeal to you?  The company has no bureaucracy and provides financial rewards to staff for participating in team-based managerial duties.  Staff have 100% input in scheduling to ensure fairness and a reasonable caseload – which is the key that drives a great work/life balance! 

Position details and requirements:

  • Clinical Requirements: Minimum of 2 years of clinical IOM experience + CNIM certification
  • Environment:  Work consistently with the same surgeon, resulting in great chemistry and trust.  Smaller core team of 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. 
  • Schedule: 20 hours/week is the historical average.
  • Call Requirements: Each individual takes call every 4th week (call pay is generous).
  • 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 you will even have a yearly stipend to attend a meeting of choice (ASET, ASNM, CSET, SSET, etc).
  • Travel:   None.  All cases are performed at 3 hospitals and 1 surgical center in Denver.
  • Case Breakdown: 90% spine, 10% craniotomies; Willing to train on craniotomies for those with the desire to learn.
  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Compensation: $90k-$100k base salary + year-end performance bonus + an additional team-based bonus program (cherished by employees) + call pay + 3 weeks PTO + paid HC insurance + 401k + Relocation.   
  • Non-Compete: There is no non-compete requirement.
  • Starting date: Due to the time-consuming credentialing process among Denver hospitals, a starting date may be set 30-60 days after the position is accepted.  This can be discussed during a formal interview.      
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