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Cath Lab Technologist

Company: Ag Globe Services
Location: Austin
Posted on: May 8, 2024

Job Description:

Role: Cath Lab TechnologistLocation: Austin, TXContract Duration: 12 weeks contract with a possibility of extensionPay Rate: Up To $54.6/hrLocal Rate: Up to $43.4/hrWork Schedule: 40hrs/weekShift: 6:45am - 3:15pmWHO WE ARE:AG Globe Services is one of the major providers of clinical and non-clinical healthcare staffing across the United States. We work with Clinical and Non-Clinical professionals to be deployed at Long- Term Healthcare facilities, Hospitals, Medical Centers and Behavioral Health Facilities.AG Globe Services values our employees hard work, dedication, and unselfish act to help our clients in need during the global pandemic.MUST HAVE REQUIREMENTS (Applicants will be denied if these requirements are not met)BLSACLSJOB QUALIFICATIONS:On call requiredCAN START ASAPPediatric Cath Lab performing Heart, EP, and IR procedures.2 years of experienceBENEFITS and INCENTIVES WE OFFERReferral Fee Program: (Please ask our Recruiter for details).Healthcare Benefits Plan (Benefit eligibility is dependent on employment status.)List of Benefits:Medical, Rx, Dental and Vision Benefit Options AvailableMaternity Benefits Option AvailableNO Waiting Period on MedicalNO Deductibles on MedicalNO Pre-Existing LimitationsIncludes both In-Patient and Out-Patient BenefitsFirst Health NetworkCLIENT OVERVIEW:Our client is one of the nations leading non-profit organization and health systems, with a Mission of delivering compassionate, personalized care to all with special attention to persons living in marginalized sector and those most vulnerable.#aggtechby Jobble

Keywords: Ag Globe Services, Austin , Cath Lab Technologist, Healthcare , Austin, Texas

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