From bays and beaches to the iconic byways of the Blue Ridge, Virginia has plenty to offer. Allied travelers who take on assignments in the Commonwealth can check numerous items off their bucket lists between shifts, including visiting the nation's capital, hiking iconic trails or parasailing along the Atlantic coastline. And you can do it all while making great money and enjoying excellent benefits packages when you work with Med Travelers. From SLP travel jobs in Virginia, to PT, OT or other allied health professional jobs, we've got plenty of career opportunities in Old Dominion. Check out our allied travel job listings in Virginia or click the button below to learn more.
Great Pay OnAssignment in Virginia
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Cardiovascular Techs in Virginia make around $60,690 per year. That breaks down to roughly $1,168 per week.
Travel allied health professionals often make more per week while on assignment for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the fact that you're often providing patient care in areas that are short staffed or are experiencing other urgent needs. For example, a Cath Lab Tech with Med Travelers can make up to $2,050 per week on assignment in Virginia and a Cardiovascular Interventional Tech can make up to $2,000 per week.
Obviously, exact pay depends on factors that include where you work, what type of facility it is and your own experience. But in general, allied travel health professionals can make more than their traditionally employed counterparts. Plus, you get access to some great benefits, including 401(k) plans, health coverage, housing stipends or free housing and access to experienced recruiters who can help you plan ahead to grow your career.
Top Allied Disciplines in Virginia
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 the Commonwealth.
Home Is Where Your Loved Ones Are
Virginia is for lovers, after all, so if you have a significant other, you can bring them along if possible. A mountain or beach sunset is even better when you have someone to share it with. Med Travelers also makes it possible for allied health pros to travel with children or pets, so you can tend to your career while managing that important work-life balance.
Enjoy support from experienced recruiters who stand in your corner so you can spend your time caring for patients and living your best life. Apply to work with Med Travelers today.
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