Ct Technologist/radiologic Technologist- Travel Contract- Big Stone Gap, Va Job In Big Stone Gap, Vi

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
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Ct Technologist/radiologic Technologist- Travel Contract- Big Stone Gap, Va Job In Big Stone Gap, Vi
United States, Virginia, Big Stone Gap,
Published August 5, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Ct technologist/radiologic technologist- travel contract- big stone gap, va

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Park Hudson Travel Healthcare has immediate openings for a CT Tech in Big Stone Gap, Virginia.

Located in Western Virginia, nestled in the Appalachian Mountains, lies Big Stone Gap Virginia, a city known for its Southern charm and natural beauty. 

Recruiters at Park Hudson will work with you closely to help you plan your next big move in your career. We actively work on your behalf to help you find the job of your dreams, whether close to home or across the country. From submitting applications to onboarding to finding housing, our team will be here to help you with every step!

Here are some details about the position:

8 to 13-week contract with the possibility of an extension

Days or nights

36-40 hours weekly

Competitive pay

Stipends for housing and meals & incidentals

Reimbursements for licensure and relocation


Licensure: State License must be active


Experience: 2 years

 For immediate consideration send your resume to (url removed) or feel free to call/text (phone number removed) 

Emily Brooks

Asscoiate Account Executive

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