Location: Mobile , AL

Blocked Shifts - Operating Room Scrub Tech Needed - Days - Travel Contract

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There is a Level I Trauma Center in Mobile, AL that is actively seeking an experienced Operating Room Scrub Tech. Certification for this role is not required for candidates who hold a Degree In Surgical Technology or have received official Military training. Applicants must be functionally independent in the following cases: Neuro, Trauma, Ortho, General. Active BLS is required at the time of applying. 

Sunbelt has partnered with this facility directly for quick interview and offer turnaround times. On this assignment you can expect a warm friendly welcome from management and other Sunbelt Travel techs and RN's. 

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected] You may also call or text Nicole Forgette directly at 813-792-3405. Details about the assignment are listed below.

Contract Specifics:

  • 13 weeks
  • Days 
  • Blocked Shifts
  • 36 hours per week - 7a-7p
  • Some call required
  • Traveler Friendly 


Employment Requirements:

  • NBSTA or NCCT or Degree in Surgical Technology
  • Active BLS
  • 2 or more years of recent Operating Room experience 
  • Level I Trauma experience highly preferred 
  • Knowledge of most cases

About Sunbelt:

  • Over 30 years of healthcare staffing experience 
  • Dedicated recruiting 
  • 24/7 support
  • In-house payroll specialists
  • Personalized pay package to meet your needs
  • Direct client relationships
  • Positions nationwide
  • Traditional company benefits


I look forward to speaking with you! 

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Nicole Forgette
National Hiring Manager
Call or Text: 813-792-3405
Email Resume: [email protected]

 

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