Providing solutions to patients with kidney failure, or last-stage renal disease, is what makes the job of a travel Dialysis Technician so crucial to patients and their families during the treatment process. Dialysis Techs, also known as Hemodialysis Technicians, are not only able to handle multiple tasks for multiple patients at a time, but often they are working in very fast-paced environments, which can be demanding but often extremely rewarding.
If this sounds like an exciting role that’s right up your ally, then you’re in the right place! Plus, when you travel with Club Staffing, you can take on a short-term job and try out different locations before committing to a longer assignment. You can build your resume by working in exclusive clinics across the country, all while earning a higher wage plus lofty perks and a full benefits package – all starting on DAY ONE of your first assignment!
What is the Traveling Dialysis Tech Salary?
According to PayScale.com, the average salary for a Dialysis Tech is around $17.02 per hour, ranging between $13.42 and $22.91 per hour depending on city and state, years of experience, and the skills you bring to the position. When it comes to traveling Dialysis Tech, salary averages can be even higher when considering weekly pay for assignments.
Dialysis Technicians traveling with Club Staffing can earn a weekly salary of $1,150.
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 moving into a new city and taking on exciting assignments even easier.
Certified Dialysis Tech Job Responsibilities
- Work with doctors to provide dialysis treatment to patients with kidney failure
- Provide treatment plan and progress to patients and their families
- Prepare equipment for dialysis treatment
- Monitor and adjust blood flow and fluid removal
- Ensure equipment functions properly
- Clean and repair dialysis equipment
Where You Can Work as a Travel Dialysis Tech
Travel Dialysis Technician 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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