Maimonides Sleep Arts & Sciences is a privately owned sleep center offering advanced care and innovative services for patients with complex sleep disorders. Setting us apart from other heath facilities is the mind-body treatment paradigm, based on Dr. Krakow's Sleep Dynamic Therapy model. We take great pride in delivering high-quality, compassionate care to our complex patient population. If you share our philosophy of the need for dynamic interactions with patients and for creating positive change in health care, seize the opportunity to work with our team of Sleep professionals!
We are currently seeking (2) motivated, committed individuals for sleep technician positions. Preferred requirements include six months sleep laboratory experience with trouble shooting skills, computer, typing, and interpersonal skills. However, individuals with medical background who are willing to take the basic training course, A-STEP, or online modules will also be considered for the position. Non-registered technicians and graduates of accredited sleep programs are encouraged to apply.
At Maimonides Sleep Arts & Sciences, we pride ourselves in providing advanced training of our technicians. We require 90 days of training for all new staff in which you will learn advanced techniques used to help educate our patients and families regarding sleep testing and sleep disorders treatment. Most of our technicians work two consecutive nights (12 hour shift) along with two days (8 hour shift) per week. However, flexible day and night shifts are available.
We offer benefit packages including medical and dental insurance, PTO, pension and educational reimbursement to all full time employees.
Dr. Krakow is the lead investigator of a non-profit company, The Sleep and Human Health Institute. We are looking for an experienced tech with a special interest in research opportunities. Candidate should have experience in database management, manuscript preparation, use of Reference Manager, or similar software previous experience in control led trials or other research designs and an interest in co-authorship on papers. We currently have research projects looking at the relationship between insomnia and SDB as well as PAP adherence in insomnia patients.
Also, please see a recent publication in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, on
A Daytime, Abbreviated Cardio-Respiratory Sleep Study (CPT 95807-52) To Acclimate Skeptical Sleep-Disordered Breathing Patients to Positive Airway Pressure (PAP-NAP).