Overseeing and coordinating teamsof surgeons and nurses in the operating theater.
Operating microscopes for surgeries to performmicrosurgeries.
Ordering, performing, andinterpreting results of diagnostic tests, such as MRIs, PET scans,and CT scans.
Assessing and diagnosingpatients, prescribing treatments, and monitoring thepatients' progress.
Meeting withfamilies of patients in surgery and keeping themupdated.
Handling unscheduled emergencysurgeries.
Working with psychiatrists,therapists, and neurologists, and consulting with otherdepartments.
Performing basic administrativeand business tasks, such as keeping records, writing prescriptions,and filling out paperwork.
Keeping up with newdiscoveries and attending academic conferences.
A Medical degree and the successful completion of aresidency and fellowship in Neurosurgery.
Alicense and certification to practice Neurosurgery.
The ability to read and interpret diagnosticreports.
A thorough knowledge of human anatomyand microsurgery techniques.
Excellent handdexterity and hand-eye coordination.
Strongcommunication and interpersonal skills.
Theability to handle physically and mentally demanding tasks, and workunder intense pressure and stress.
Theflexibility to handle a constantly shifting schedule.