Travel Surgical Tech
Change that invigorates your life, at the #1 hospital in the nation. Experience the movement of a traveling position in our newly developed travel program. Immerse yourself in a role that allows you to see and experience the world and all that Mayo Clinic has to offer. Our unique travel program grants Surgical Techs the rare opportunity to travel within the Mayo Clinic Hospital locations, and Mayo Clinic Health System locations, while maintaining all the benefits of investing in your career at Mayo Clinic. Enjoy a competitive salary of $50 an hour, plus travel differential and a monthly housing stipend of $4,000. Travel Surg Techs will receive 36 hours of paid time between assignments that involve travel more than 500 miles from their home location.
Mayo Clinic is one of the largest and most experienced surgical practices in the world, with more than 300 surgeons and 240 operating rooms among its locations in Arizona, Florida, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. As a part of the Mayo Clinic team, you will receive competitive benefits, including retirement security through our Mayo Pension Plan, plus our 403(b) with a match up to 4%. Along with a comprehensive insurance package applied on your start date, adoption and employee assistance program, professional growth through our Career Investment Program, and so much more.
Shifts and locations vary by position, see job descriptions for complete details.
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This program is evolving and because of this, hiring managers are regularly assessing and monitoring the needs of the program. To keep fluidity and momentum in the traveling surgical tech program, we are reviewing applications on an ongoing basis.
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