Echo Techs work alongside other healthcare providers, gathering information and generating imaging necessary to diagnose and treat heart conditions. Travel Echo Tech jobs let you serve patient populations across the country while enjoying an adventurous lifestyle you can't always get when you take a traditional, permanent position. Plus, as an allied traveler, you can depend on competitive compensation and benefits.
Whether you want to surf the sunrise waves of the Pacific, hike the Blue Ridges on the opposite coast, or see any landmark or city between, Cardiac Echo Tech jobs with Club Staffing can make that possible. Travel Echo Tech jobs mean you're never bored. Assignments can last around 12 weeks, and then, you can move on to another adventure, all while learning new skills and adding impressive details to your resume.
What is the Salary of a Travel Cardiac Echo Tech? $2,000-$3,000/week
Travel Cardiac Echo Technologists can expect to earn a salary between $2,000 and $3,000 per week in hospitals, specialty clinics, and in a variety of other facility types.
The exact number obviously depends on factors such as your experience and the city or state where you're working. The setting you choose can also impact how much you make because hospitals and government organizations tend to pay better, on average, than other settings.
If you're looking to maximize your cardiac echo tech salary, know that the salary can be higher for travel Echo Tech jobs than for pros in more traditional positions. For example, allied travelers with Club Staffing in travel echo positions can make up to $2,400 for weekly pay.
And that competitive salary and the flexibility of a travel job doesn't mean you need to give up benefits. Club Staffing offers benefits that include:
- Medical, dental, and life insurance coverage options
- 401(k) retirement plans
- Accident and critical illness coverage
- Access to experienced recruiters to help you plan for the future of your travel career
Echo Tech Job Description
- Uses ultrasound machine to capture images related to patient’s heart and valves
- Conducts examination of patient, including explanation of exam, detailed Q&A and proper fitting of exam equipment and devices
- Manages supplies, orders and schedules as outlined by managing medical team
- Maintains and manages exam equipment
- Controls proper functionality of equipment during exam to ensure high-quality accurate imaging is produced
- Records exam results using data and images produced by equipment
- Participates in continued education and field studies
Echo Tech Settings
On top of the perks hinted at above, travel Echo Tech jobs put you behind the wheel of your career. You can easily cherry-pick assignments to build an impressive resume that moves you toward your goals. Some settings you could work in as an echo tech include:
- Imaging centers
- Outpatient surgery centers
- Medical and diagnostic centers
- Doctors' clinics
Disclaimer: 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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