Traveling as a Cytotechnologist with LRS Healthcare
Healthcare facilities nationwide need reliable and driven Cytotechnologist professionals, like you. Healthcare travelers play a key role in helping these facilities stay staffed to provide quality care to their patients. When you choose to travel as a Cytotechnologist, you’re getting paid to travel the nation and experience the excitement of seeing new places and meeting new people.
What to Expect
When Applying for Travel Cytotechnologist Jobs
Ready to get started? Browse travel cytotechnology jobs with LRS Healthcare and apply today. A recruiter will be in touch to help you with the final application, share job details (like pay and start dates) while working to get you the healthcare travel assignment of your dreams! Once all paperwork, background checks are completed, if a facility makes an offer, it’s time to pack your bags.
Cytotechnologist traveler perks start with having the freedom to choose when and where they get to work. If you’ve always wanted to travel to the East Coast, healthcare travel jobs give you the opportunity to explore. And when you choose a quality staffing agency to work with like, LRS Healthcare, you have a personal team dedicated to helping you achieve your professional goals.
Additional perks include:
Excellent Weekly Pay
Explore New Cities
Fun and Flexible Lifestyle
Meet New People
Extended Time Off Between Assignments
Aside from adjusting to the change of atmosphere, facility and people, there are very few cons to being a healthcare traveler.
What are the requirements to travel as a Cytotechnologist?
It’s a good idea to ensure 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. Requirements for healthcare travelers vary by state and facility. And while it is not always required, facilities prefer to work with travel cytotechnologists who have a minimum of 2 years of on-the-job experience.
How do I get started as a Traveling Cytotechnologist?
For starters, you’ll want to pick a trusted healthcare staffing agency to work with. Then, simply apply for a job! LRS Healthcare recruiters put our travelers first. Finding you the best travel job that pays well and matches your lifestyle and interests is our main priority.
How much will I be paid to travel as a Cytotechnologist?
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 differ from the number promoted on the job post.
It’s best to 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.