Electrophysiology (EP) Tech Jobs
As an Electrophysiology Technologist, you know that your role is essential, and your skills are unparalleled. We have nationwide job opportunities so no matter what region of the country you want to work in, we have you covered.
The work you do is integral and the Soliant team is here to ensure you are placed in the job setting that meets your career goals so that you can focus on what matters. When you join the Soliant team, you sign up for top-notch benefits, incomparable career support, and the flexibility that you deserve, to name a few.
Electrophysiology Tech Duties
Electrophysiology Techs assist with performing diagnostic and invasive procedures. The responsibilities of an Electrophysiology Tech also include answering patients’ questions about the procedure, monitoring results, and ensuring that all equipment is in working order prior to the procedure. They also help with reading and interpreting procedure results as well.
Electrophysiology Tech Requirements
Formal training is a requirement to become an EP Tech. To qualify for this training, a minimum of an associate degree in medical assisting or related field is required. After passing the Registered Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES) Exam, you can pursue certification through the Cardiovascular Credentialing International. These are both important when applying for EP Tech job positions. There are also soft skills to possess as an EP Tech such as organization, time management and interpersonal skills.
Travel EP Tech Jobs
Travel EP Tech jobs have the same responsibilities as perm EP Tech jobs. Travel positions vary in time duration according to your needs and desires. At Soliant, we match you with a healthcare setting where you will thrive alongside your teammates. After completing a travel assignment, you can choose a new location or even take time off in between assignments. Travel assignments are often desirable due to the flexibility and change of scenery.