Travel Radiology Tech Jobs

High Paying Travel radiology Tech Salary

​A travel rad tech salary with Med Travelers ranges from $1,700 - $2,800 and can vary depending on several factors such as location, experience, and the type of healthcare facility you work in. Along with a competitive compensation, you’ll encounter a wide range of cases and work with diverse medical teams, giving you great exposure to learn, and grow professionally. Find your next rad tech travel job today!


(*Disclaimer: Certified Rad Tech travel job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.)

Broaden Your Horizons as a Travel Radiology Tech

As a travel radiology tech, you’ll have the opportunity to explore different locations you’ve always dreamed of while gaining diverse clinical experience. Med Travelers is staffing for qualified technologists ready to perform various imaging procedures to help diagnose medical conditions and aid in treatment planning. Travel rad techs are able to adapt quickly to new environments and provide high-quality patient care to varied communities.


Job Requirements for Travel Radiology Tech Jobs

  • Maintains and operates equipment used to capture interior images of patients for use in diagnosis
  • Processes images onto Xray or fluoroscopic film  
  • Prepares patients for imaging scans and radiologic procedures
  • Explains imaging procedure to patients and families
  • Keeps detailed records of patient treatment and progress
  • Studies and practices radiation protection techniques to minimize potential hazardous effects on patients


Hotspots for Travel Radiology Tech Jobs

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Come for the incredible sunsets and beaches stay for the wine, weather, and breathtaking views. Come to California, where allied travel opportunities are as plentiful as the fruit trees!

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Slip into some cowboy boots and say “Howdy” to your next adventure! Everything really is bigger in Texas, including the pay and benefits when you take an allied travel job in Lone Star State with Club Staffing.

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Allied health professionals who land a travel assignment in this picturesque state can enjoy year-round mountain adventures, miles of beautiful shoreline and the attractions of Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

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Extraordinary Benefits

Health Benefits

DAY ONE medical, dental, vision and life insurcance 


Pre-arranged, move-in ready housing or a stipend if you prefer your own accommodations


Retirement savings plan; contribute up to $17,500/yr

Career Consultants

Experienced clinical manager to help you throughout your entire travel journey

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Travel Rad Tech Industry News

Where travel radiology techs go for allied news and information, compiled by industry experts at Med Travelers. All Blogs

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Imaging Careers: Exploring Travel X-Ray Jobs

Are you a radiology technologist/x-ray tech looking for a job to change up your career? If so, a stint as a traveling X-ray tech could be just the professional move to advance your skills, explore new places and give you a fresh start.

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Common Patient Imaging Questions to Answer for Proactive Radiology

Any time patients are dealing with something that's new to them, they're likely to have some concerns and questions. Answering patient concerns is important, whether you're dealing with something like physical therapy concerns or questions about the safety and effectiveness of imaging. As a professional in radiologic science and a direct caregiver, you're uniquely positioned to answer these common questions and offer assurance to nervous patients.

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Allied Healthcare Jobs are in Demand: Why Now is the Right Time to Travel

While the draw of landing a permanent allied healthcare job may seem like the obvious choice, many clinicians today are realizing how valuable an allied travel career can be for a number of reasons.

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