Nuclear Medicine Technologist Jobs

Nuclear medicine technologist jobs are being staffed at high rates throughout the U.S., and Med Travelers offers a wide variety of nuclear medicine tech job opportunities to meet this increasing demand.

In addition to offering more opportunities than locally based employment, travel healthcare jobs give clinicians a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see new parts of the world, meet new people, and gain experience — professional and personal — they may otherwise miss. On top of that, the team at Med Travelers helps all health travelers secure the needed state licenses and set up insurance — free liability insurance, as well as “day-one” health, dental, and vision insurance is offered. And Med Travelers is backed by parent company AMN Healthcare, healthcare’s workforce innovator and the nation’s largest provider of clinical staffing services, meaning nuclear medicine tech job seekers have access to far more opportunities with Med Travelers than with any other staffing firm.

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Nuclear medicine technologist job duties require the use of complex, high-tech medical equipment to aid diagnosis of injuries and diseases. Gamma cameras are typically used to obtain functional images; computer processing of acquired image data and preparation and administration of radiopharmaceuticals are also involved. Nuclear medicine tech jobs also require spending significant time working with patients who may display physical and mental stress but still require personal, professional care.
Nuclear medicine technologist jobs offered through Med Travelers require the successful completion of a nuclear medicine education program (associate's or bachelor's degree). Typically, nuclear medicine tech jobs also require certification with the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) or American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Many clinicians who begin as radiology or ultrasound technicians undergo additional certification and training to obtain nuclear medicine technologist jobs.

Nuclear medicine technologist salary rates vary based on experience, location, and training, and currently average approximately $70,000 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Higher nuclear medicine technologist salaries are frequently available to clinicians with advanced skills and/or specializations.

The nuclear medicine tech jobs offered by Med Travelers provide highly competitive hourly salary rates, as well as full benefits, flexible schedules, free housing, and travel expense reimbursement. Our allied health travelers also receive free liability insurance and full assistance with licensure, and the opportunity of retaining your insurance coverage while you’re between travel assignments.

All salary estimates are taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics at Retrieved Nov. 20, 2012.

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