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CST/ORT Contract Opportunity - Pittsfield, MA
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For 30+ years Sunbelt has assisted healthcare professionals with pursuing career opportunities nationwide. Our client in Pittsfield, MA is now accepting experienced applicants for a high paying CST opportunity. This is a 13-week contract assignment. Please read all the details and requirements below before applying.

 

Requirements:

  • Active NBSTA or NCCT
  • Active BLS 
  • Minimum 18 months experience
  • Must have experience with Gen Surg, Robotics, Gyne, Urology, Plastics. Trauma, vascular, ENT helpful. Nurses scrub and circulate

 

Contract details:

  • 13-week contract
  • Days and nights
  • Weekly pay
  • High wages
  • Traditional company benefits

 

Please send your resume and references over directly to Joe Karasek. If you would like to discuss other potential opportunities, please call/email/text Joe directly.

 

Joe Karasek

National Account Manager

[email protected]

813-219-1089

Nursing - ORT Contract 23 days ago
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