Travel Cardiovascular Interventional Technologist Jobs

What is a Travel Cardiovascular Interventional Technologist?

Embark on a journey to explore new cities, towns, and medical facilities though a travel cardiovascular interventional technologist job with Med travelers. As a traveler performing cardiovascular procedures and interventions you’ll gain skills in imaging, equipment operation, and make a positive impact on patient care in different healthcare settings.

Job Requirements for a Cardiovascular Interventional Technologist

  • Handles fluoroscopic imaging equipment to capture images of heart and blood vessels
  • Performs diagnostic and EKG tests, and ultrasound scans on patients
  • Assists physicians with vascular procedures such as stenting, stent replacement, biopsies, balloons, catheters, pacemakers and more
  • Meets with patient to gather and record medical history

High Paying Cardiovascular Interventional Technologist Salary

We understand the value of your skills and the importance of fair and competitive compensation. As a travel vascular interventional technologist, you’ll make $1,700-$3,500 per week. In addition to earning a rewarding salary, 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 travel cardiovascular interventional technologist job today!

Cardiovascular Interventional Technologist Jobs


(*Disclaimer: VIT 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.)

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Extraordinary Benefits

Health Benefits

DAY ONE medical, dental, vision, and life insurance 


Receive a monthly stipend to use toward housing 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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