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Travel EEG Tech Jobs

Your job as an EEG technician is essential, as running the electroencephalography (EEG) machine to scan and record patients' brain waves helps doctors determine medical diagnoses and develop treatment plans for those who need them. Becoming a travel EEG tech is the perfect solution when you're looking for a new EEG technician job but want more freedom to see the world.

With travel EEG tech jobs, you have the flexibility and freedom to work where and when you want. You can become a travel EEG tech when you work with Fastaff, helping you find high-paying jobs as you travel the country.

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Travel EEG Tech Qualifications

The primary qualifications to become a travel EEG technician include being a high school graduate, or having a GED, and being CPR certified. While not always required, many employers prefer that travelers have an associate's degree in a related field or a certificate from an EEG technician program. Knowledge about neurodiagnostic technology and the brain is crucial in your profession as an EEG tech, so continued education plays a role in your success.

Additionally, some states may require a license or certificate to work as an EEG tech, so make sure you check before choosing an assignment. Your Fastaff recruiter will be able to advise you on the best jobs to match your skills.

EEG Tech Job Duties and Responsibilities

EEG techs use their specialized abilities to study and monitor patients' brain waves and the electrical impulses in their nervous systems, often working with other medical staff to complete tasks and ensure the study and data collection go well. The primary duties and responsibilities of EEG techs include:

  • Preparing patients for testing

  • Placing electrodes on the patient properly

  • Operating and calibrating EEG equipment

  • Measuring and recording the patient's response to stimuli

  • Processing and presenting test results to the doctor

  • Cleaning and maintaining EEG equipment between tests

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EEG Technician Salary and Benefits

EEG technician salaries differ based on where you work and for how long. When you work with Fastaff, you have the potential to earn even above average pay. We pair you with travel assignments that work with your travel and pay goals.

As a Fastaff traveler, you also gain access to several other benefits in addition to getting high-paying jobs and traveling around the country, like:

  • Guaranteed weekly hours (per assignment)

  • Weekly pay

  • Ingenovis Health ACT program perks

  • Health insurance options

  • 401(k) with employer match

  • Licensure reimbursement

  • Continuing education unit (CEU) assistance

  • Travel assistance

We ensure you have opportunities to match your goals and work preferences while making meaningful human connections with the staff and patients you work with.

Accelerate Your Career with Fastaff

For more than 25 years, Fastaff has helped connect the nation's top healthcare professionals with assignments that make the most of their skills. Fastaff travelers stand at the ready to serve communities where they're needed the most and are rewarded with flexible scheduling, attractive pay packages and dynamic assignments that enhance their careers, supported at every turn by personal service and the Ingenovis Health ACT program.

Earn What You Deserve

Working with Fastaff offers the opportunity to take your skills to new locales with travel and housing expenses fully covered. Apply online today or contact us for more information.