Facility Coordinator

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Help us accelerate the growth of our expanding medical services firm! The Facility Coordinator will work within the clinical team, as well as with other teams within the organization, to ensure compliance with the company’s facilities and satisfaction of company clients. In addition, the Facility Coordinator will perform intraoperative neuromonitoring duties in the operating room, among other clinical duties. The Facility Coordinator will lead by example and foster an environment of excellence.





  • Clinical expectations; ability to cover case types in the region.
  • Assure compliance with facility policies, procedures, and preferences while maintaining adherence to company policies, procedures, and clinical standards with the region of the specific area.
  • Provide technical troubleshooting with the facility and clinicians in the corresponding region as needed.
  • Obtain surgeon, surgical, and facility feedback from clinicians daily and ensure the information is updated in surgeon and facility preference cards.
  • Work closely with the Business Development and Client Relations team to ensure they are aware of all relevant activities involving surgeons and facilities.
  • Scheduling Component of the facility or region, divided among all coordinators and advanced SNPs/Leadership.
    • Daily scheduling, add-ons, and calls.
    • Scheduler on call after hours and weekends
  • Facilitate and coordinate orientation of new hires to the facility and familiarize with policies.
  • Give breaks throughout the day-to-day operations to help increase tech morale.
  • Distribution of scrubs or other access codes for relevant facilities.
  • Travel to and from client facilities and to the home office as required.
  • Explain IONM to the patient and family members; obtain consent to perform IONM.
  • Collect relevant patient data, medical history and paperwork.
  • Assess the surgery and make recommendations about IONM modalities to the Supervising Physician and the primary surgeon.
  • Set up, operate, breakdown, and maintain IONM equipment in good working order according to established protocols.
  • Prepare the patient, safely, for IONM at the beginning and end of the procedure.
  • Collect and optimize IONM recordings throughout the procedure according to established protocols.
  • Communicate with the Supervising Physician, surgeon, surgical team, anesthesiologist and hospital staff, according to established protocols.
  • Document IONM findings, surgical stages and related data, according to established protocols, in the workflow and IONM software.
  • Troubleshoot equipment and IONM data collection issues.
  • Assess patient’s neurologic status post-operatively, as needed.
  • Timely completion (close out) of cases and documentation in IONM workflow software.
  • Consistently communicate with the scheduling team and clinical management.
  • Maintain the necessary inventory of standard supplies per established protocols.
  • Attend seminars and courses for continuing education.
  • Complete and submit all required documentation.
  • Observe and adhere to all policies and procedures set forth by the Company and its clients.






  • Minimum of 2 years IONM experience.
  • CNIM required.
  • Bachelor of Science/Arts in a biology-related field.
  • Experience with case scheduling and logistics. 
  • Client services experience.
  • Ability and competency to provide IOM services for case types performed in the region.





  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Experience with clinical scheduling.
  • Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
  • Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examination of patients.
  • Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment (Cadwell preferred).
  • Excellent ability to interpret various electronic and neurophysiologic signals and waveforms.
  • Ability to stand, turn, stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
  • Ability to apply/place different types of electrodes/needles to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images
  • Proficient in USmon, Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing, over the telephone, and in-person.





  • Client satisfaction.
  • Timeliness and efficiency of deliverables.




  • Possess positive and highly communicative interpersonal skills.
  • Team-oriented.
  • Contribute to the company’s growth.
  • Excellent ability to communicate.





  • Possible exposure to communicable diseases, electromagnetic radiation, and hazardous materials, although with low likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
  • Long periods working in an OR environment with limited access to food and restroom facilities.
  • The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, masks, gloves, shoe covers and visors/goggles.
  • Work that requires bending, crouching, and stooping, as well as lifting and moving supplies and bulky pieces of equipment.
  • Extended periods of time sitting, while concentrating on the monitoring computer screen, IONM data traces and chat with Supervising Physician.
  • Frequent travel by motor vehicle to multiple healthcare facilities.
  • On-call situations and a variable work schedule, which changes from week to week, sometimes creating situations with minimal notice.





Commensurate dependent upon experience, competencies, and qualifications; competitive full benefits package; annual employer 401(k) contribution; relocation reimbursement (if applicable); quarterly bonuses; unlimited PTO.


Neuro Alert is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with Neuro Alert is at-will.