Idaho is an outdoor paradise, brimming with rugged mountain peaks, rushing waterfalls, white water rivers and wilderness preserves. The state has been quietly but surely making its way up the U.S. News list of best states to live in, finally cracking the top five in 2020. Find out for yourself why the Gem State is attracting so much attention by partnering with Med Travelers. Our staffing specialists have relationships with healthcare facilities throughout the state and can match you to amazing travel assignments, whether you're a PT, OT, or Pharmacy Tech. To learn which travel jobs in Idaho fit your specific needs and goals, click the button below.
Attractive Salaries and Benefits Await in Idaho
Travel Occupational Therapy jobs in Idaho are available and qualified clinicians are needed to bridge staffing gaps in hospitals and clinics. Our travel assignments pay highly competitive wages to help you meet or exceed your financial goals. For example, a travel Speech-Language Pathologist can earn up to $2,000 per week in Idaho, compared to an average of $1,392 per week for full-time SLPs. Travel Sonographers in ID can bring in about $2,050 per week along with travel CT Techs in Idaho who can potentially earn a weekly wage of up to $2,560.
On top of generous pay, Med Travelers offer full benefits like medical and dental insurance, retirement plan, free housing, and travel reimbursement, to name a few! Contact us today to learn more.
Top Allied Disciplines in Idaho
Med Travelers is one of the largest staffing networks in the Allied healthcare industry. Our team has access to an extensive database of opportunities, including exclusive travel allied jobs in Idaho.
While your clinical skills may get you to Idaho, the perks of your job can be enjoyed by the whole family. Bring your spouse, children, cats, dog and hamster along and make the most of the opportunity for adventure. Ride through Hells Canyon on a jet-boat, hit the slopes in Sun Valley, try sandboarding in Bruneau Dunes State Park and gaze at the stars in Dark Sky Reserve.
It's easy to kick-start your travel allied health career. Our recruiters can help you find just the right assignment. Once you've been placed, we assist with paperwork, credentialing and housing arrangements. The support doesn't stop when you get to your destination — we also have a 24-hour phone line and are always here if you need us.
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