Traveling as a Sleep Tech with LRS Healthcare
Being a healthcare traveler more than exploring and adventure. It’s about living your purpose and helping patients when and wherever you’re needed. As a Sleep Tech (a.k.a. Polysomnographers), you make an incredible impact on those in your care, and as a healthcare traveler, you get to explore and experience a new way of working and living.
Are you ready to step outside of your comfort zone and take on your next adventure? Make a search for your first (or next) travel job and we’ll take care of the rest. Browse travel jobs with LRS Healthcare and get paid to travel as a Polysomographer today.
What to Expect
When Applying for Sleep Tech Travel Jobs
The first step to starting your Sleep Tech travel assignment as an allied healthcare traveler is to apply. A recruiter will be in touch to discuss the job details so you can take your career to the next level. Once all credentialing and background checks are completed, if the facility makes an offer, you’ll be well on your way to your new adventure.
Download the Complete Checklist for Every New Healthcare Travel Assignment.
Working as a healthcare traveler gives you the freedom to take control of your career. You get to choose when and how you work while our team of recruiters work to make sure you have the best opportunities to choose from. Consider us your career co-pilot.
Additional perks include:
Excellent Weekly Pay
Explore New Cities
Fun and Flexible Lifestyle
Meet New People
Extended Time Off Between Assignments
There is always going to be a bit of a learning curve when it comes to starting a new job and getting familiar with your new co-workers, but aside from those nuances, there are very few cons to being a healthcare traveler.
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What are the requirements to travel as a Sleep Tech?
Healthcare traveler requirements vary by facility and state. As a best practice, be sure your licenses and certifications are up to date before you apply. You may need to obtain an additional license specific to the state in which you plan to work. And while not always required, Polysomnographers and Sleep Techs with at least 2 years of on-the-job experience have better odds of getting placed.
How do I get started as a Traveling Sleep Tech?
First, choose the healthcare staffing agency you want to work with, then apply for a job! LRS Healthcare recruiters take pride in listening to your requests and finding you the best travel job that pays well and matches your lifestyle and interests.
How much will I be paid to travel as a Sleep Tech?
Pay packages vary by experience, job, facility and agency. Sites and job boards that promote weekly pay either display the pay before or after taxes and include or exclude travel and housing stipends. These variables affect what your take home pay could be and could potentially vary from the number promoted on the job post.
To ensure complete accuracy, we recommend you speak with an LRS Healthcare recruiter so we can review your personalized pay package with you in full transparency, so you know what to expect on each pay stub.
Enjoy affordable medical, dental, and vision coverage as well as life and disability insurance options. Insurance plans start the first of the month after you begin an assignment.
We will help you find safe, furnished housing or opt to take our generous stipend.
We’ll cover the cost for new state licenses needed to take an assignment with us.
LRS Healthcare will pay for any necessary certifications for your travel assignment.
Take advantage of our company-matching 401(k) program after one year and become fully vested with your first contribution.
Refer a friend to LRS and you’ll earn a $500 referral bonus ($400 LPNs and $300 CNAs) after they complete their first six weeks with us.
We’re here for you whenever you need us, day or night. Your recruiter and our entire team is just a call, text, or email away.
Why choose LRS Healthcare?
Submit your online application, and we’ll be in touch right away. Once we’ve gotten to know you and matched you to an ideal position, we’ll work together to collect the rest of the details.