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Certified Surgical Tech (CST) - Santa Maria, CA - Hot Job - Days - Monday-Friday
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There is a local or travel contract available for Operating Room Techs (Certified) with 2 years of scrub experience in Santa Maria, CA. This is a 13 week contract with the possibility of extending is for evenings. NBSTA plus BLS is required prior to the interview. Please call or text Cody Brown at 813-219-1087 directly for information not listed. To apply, you may email your current resume to [email protected] Job duties and contract details are listed below.

Contract Specifics:

  • 13 weeks
  • Possible extension based on performance
  • Days
  • 40 hours per week
    • Mon-Fri
    • 8 Hour Shifts
  • Some Call
  • Start 2 Weeks from Offer
  • Will interview

Required for Interview:

  • Updated Resume
  • Professional References
  • 2 or more years of recent Scrub experience
  • Level I and/or travel experience preferred, but not required

Education and Certification:

  • Degree from a Surgical Technology program preferred but not required
  • BLS
  • NBSTSA required

Sunbelt Provisions:

  • Weekly Pay
  • Competitive Pay
  • Direct Deposit or Pay Card options
  • Traditional company benefits
  • 24/7 Support Line
  • Personalized recruiting experience


Our mission is to advocate for our travelers and make life better for those who make lives better. I look forward to speaking with you!

Cody Brown

National Hiring Recruiter

[email protected]

Call or Text: 813-219-1087

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