Medical Technologists – a career that’s growing with potential

Cross Country Allied
September 07, 2016 12:11 PM (GMT-04:00)
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As a Medical Technologist, you’ve entered into a profession that’s growing at rapid pace. Hospitals across the U.S. are in need of your skills and knowledge. Consequently, Cross Country Allied has seen its job database for Med Techs increase daily. The possibilities of where you can take your career are becoming practically limitless.

In addition, you can also count on the team of professionals at Cross Country Allied to get you into the travel career of your dreams as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our dedicated recruiting professionals are ready to work with you to ensure the assignment you want is the assignment you end up taking. You tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll keep looking until we find it.

As a travel Med Tech you can add a side of adventure to your exciting career.

Being in a high demand profession has its benefits… like becoming a traveler with Medical Staffing Network and getting to see our amazing country. One city at a time, you can choose your assignments and make your way across the U.S.

From the last frontier and untouched natural beauty of Anchorage, AK and Missoula, MT to the nonstop entertainment and urban sprawl of New York City, NY or Los Angeles, CA — you can head in any direction you want to go. Of course, no matter whether you’re in a small town or big city, you’ll always receive great benefits that include:

  • Top pay
  • Comprehensive health benefits
  • 401k
  • Free private housing
  • Referral bonuses
  • And more

There’s never been a better time to take your career down a more adventurous path as a travel Medical Technologist. Let us help you find the opportunity that’s perfect for you – apply now or give us a call and speak with one of our talented recruiters at 800.530.6125.

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Real Talk
"Absolutely amazing to work with! Ashley Steen and Amanda Valenziano are perfection. I couldn't be happier to be working with cross country. Despite multiple recruiters calling daily it isn't always about the money but the way you are treated. Thank you for the opportunity." - Amy D RN RRT-NPS