Clinical Technician Position with Precision Neuromodulation Clinic (PNC)

The Precision Neuromodulation Clinic (PNC) at the Palo Alto VA is offering a paid, in-person position as a clinical technician. Responsibilities of this position include delivering transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) treatments under the supervision of senior clinicians to patients with psychiatric conditions, administration of symptom scales, entry of electronic medical records notes, administrative duties, and assisting in implementing quality and process improvement projects. The position requires strong interpersonal skills to work effectively with patients, as well as to coordinate care with a multi-disciplinary clinical team, the ability to multi-task, and strong motivation to help patients with different forms of mental illness. The position is ideal for a recent college graduate who would like to gain hands-on experience working with patients in preparation for attending medical school or other allied health professional school. Students who have majored in psychology and related disciplines are particularly encouraged to apply. The attending physicians at our clinic are dually appointed Stanford University School of Medicine professors. This is a full time, full benefits position. This job will be available beginning Fall 2024 and requires at least a two-year commitment. Additionally, this is a federal position and requires US citizenship. 

Starting salary is approximately $61,000

Please send a cover letter, CV and at least two references from prior work experiences to piayoon@stanford.edu and CC Dr. Jong Yoon, jhyoon1@stanford.edu.

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By Kristin McJunkins
Kristin McJunkins Director of Advanced Degree Applications & STEM Career Advising