EP Techs, or electrophysiology technicians, provide assistance to cardiologists and other providers during procedures to help treat or diagnose cardiac concerns. Those procedures can include angiograms and ablations, but EP Techs might also run equipment to gather data on cardiac function for the purpose of diagnosing or treating certain heart conditions.
EP Tech jobs as well as EP clinical jobs can require certain certifications and education, but they come with rewarding benefits and pay. You get the satisfaction of knowing you're helping treat people and ensure they can continue on with healthy lives, and if you opt for travel EP Tech jobs, you also get some exciting advantages for your own lifestyle.
Travel EP Techs that work with Club Staffing can choose from job opportunities across the nation. That means for one part of the year, you could live a big-city life, with easy access to fine dining, nightlight and other attractions. Then, you might choose a rural setting where you can hike, fish or laze by a lake on your days off. As a travel EP Tech, you create your dream career and lifestyle, and the recruiters at Club Staffing can help you do that.
How Much do EP Tech's Make?
EP Tech salary averages vary widely depending on what type of work you're doing and where you're doing it. Your own experience and certifications also come into play. According to PayScale.com, for example, an EP Tech specialist with IBHRE certification makes on average $88,232 per year. The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that cardiovascular techs in the nation make a mean hourly wage of $28.66, which is around $60,000 per year.
If you take on travel EP Tech jobs through Club Staffing, you can earn up to $2,400 for weekly pay when on assignment. You also get access to comprehensive benefits options that can include health coverage, housing stipends, retirement benefits, and life insurance, among numerous other perks.
EP Tech Settings
Someone who is seeking EP Tech travel jobs might look for work in more than hospital settings. While these pros do often work in hospitals, assignments in outpatient surgery centers are also vast.
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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