Applicants Should Possess:
- A high class standing (upper one-third of their class)
- Strong math and science skills
- A willingness to work flexible hours (day, evening and night shifts)
- A high degree of professionalism, good communication and problem-solving skills and a willingness to work in direct contact with a variety of patients.
- Applicants are strongly encouraged to either have or be in the process of obtaining an AS or BS degree.
Applications must be completed 30 days prior to the onset of the program.
Applications must be complete and accompanied by three current letters of recommendation and an official copy of high school and, if applicable, college transcripts. Incomplete applications will not be considered for enrollment.
It is the policy of The School of Clinical Neurophysiology not to discriminate against any applicant because of race, color, religion, creed, age, ancestry, preference, handicaps, disabilities, marital or veteran status.
- May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases
- May be exposed to toxic chemicals
- Handles emergency or crisis situations
- Occasionally required to work irregular hours
- Travel required
Physical Demands and Sensory Requirements
- Extremely heavy physical effort: lift/carry over 50 lbs.
- Prolonged, extensive or considerable standing/walking.
- Lifts, positions, push and/or transfer patients.
- Lifts equipment/supplies.
- Pushes/pulls, moves/lifts heavy equipment/supplies.
- Transports patients in wheelchairs.
- Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching.
- Hearing sensitivity bilaterally within normal limits (0-24.db HL) aided/non-aided and/or speech discrimination within functional limits for telephone and personal communication.
- Visual acuity of 20/60 in at least one eye with or without correction.
- Color perception
- Ability to effectively communicate the English language, both orally and written.
Applications may be obtained online, or by contacting the School of Clinical Neurophysiology:
School of Clinical Neurophysiology
Crozer-Chester Medical Center
One Medical Center Blvd.
Upland, PA 19013
BS, R EEG T, CNCT, CNIM, CLTM
Applicants will have the opportunity to discuss the contents of their application during a personal interview with the school faculty.
- Each applicant will undergo a personal interview with the Program Director and/or school staff when their application is complete. The applicant will then be evaluated on his/her application, reference letters, work experience, education, communication skills, and overall interview skills. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Interviews for the upcoming class will begin in September.
- Acceptance into the program is contingent upon passing a physical examination through the Center for Occupational Health and clearance of a federal criminal background check.