Cytotechnologists bring analytical and problem-solving skills to research labs and other medical settings to support pathology, research, and diagnostics. Whether you have a heart for helping ensure patients get the right diagnoses or the best care for their treatment — and you're willing to look into the fine details to ensure that — or you're curious about how genetics and other things work, cytotechnology can be an exciting field. And when you accept travel cytotechnologist jobs with Club Staffing, that's not all there is to be excited about!
A travel cytotechnologist can explore numerous states, getting big-city adventures before taking an assignment for a few months in a rural area with gorgeous landscapes and hospitality. All the while, you can earn a competitive traveling cytotechnologist job salary and enjoy perks and benefits that you might have thought were reserved for those in traditional positions.
What is the Traveling Cytotechnologist Salary? $2,300-$2,800/week
When it comes to traveling cytotechnologist jobs, salary averages can range between $2,300 and $2,800 per week while on assignment.
Cytotechnologists with Club Staffing can make $1,873 for weekly pay.
On top of competitive weekly pay, allied travelers can score some great benefits. Health covers, including vision and dental options, life insurance, and 401(k) plans, are just the tip of the iceberg. You also get the support of experienced recruiters and access to free housing or a housing stipend to make.
Cytotechnologist Job Description
- Maintains and operates laboratory equipment and microscopes to capture samples
- Develops samples using a series of staining techniques
- Manages inventory of control blocks for sample staining
- Studies samples to identify bacteria and diseases
- Constructs and presents detailed reports and findings to physician and/or managing staff
Where You Can Work as a Travel Cytotechnologist
Travel cytotechnologist jobs tend to be found in lab settings. That can include labs in hospitals or large medical centers and academic and university labs, public government labs, and private labs that serve doctors' offices and other medical providers.
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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