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Travel Interventional Radiology Technologist - $3,587 per week

Company: Hyur Health
Location: Louisville
Posted on: July 6, 2024

Job Description:

Job DescriptionHyur Health is seeking a travel Interventional Radiology Technologist for a travel job in Louisville, Kentucky.Job Description & Requirements

  • Specialty: Interventional Radiology Technologist
  • Discipline: Allied Health Professional
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Duration: 13 weeks
  • 40 hours per week
  • Shift: 8 hours, days
  • Employment Type: TravelLocals accepted! Shift: 6:30a-5p, one night of call a week which starts at 5p-6:30a and every 3rd weekend Friday 5p-Monday 6:30a. Required licensure is ARRTpreferred licensure ARRT (VI). Procedures = Angiogram, TAVR, EVAR, TVAR, FEVAR, TCAR, Lead extraction. Equipment = Siemen's radiological table and injector. There are 2 Hybrid rooms and 3 other Rad Techs. We do about 30+ procedures a week.Hyur Health Job ID #1317. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined.About Hyur HealthHYUR Health is a privately held, certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) recruiting firm specializing in travel nursing, local nursing, and allied health.HYUR Health is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH and is growing its national footprint with placement access to 46 out of 50 states.HYUR Health is JCAHO-certified and nearly 70% of the recruiters are RNs or are certified within their respective allied health divisions. We GET you!Benefits
    • Medical benefits
    • Referral bonus
    • Weekly pay
    • Retention bonus

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