Travel Certified Surgical Tech Assignment - Savannah, GA

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Exciting Travel Opportunity for a Certified Surgical Tech in Savannah, Georgia

Are you an experienced Certified Surgical Tech with a zest for adventure and a love for travel? Your next exciting opportunity awaits in the charming city of Savannah, GA.

Position: Travel CST
Location: Savannah, GA
Duration: 13 weeks
Hours: 40 hours/week


  • 2+ years of Certified Surgical Tech (CST) experience
  • Essential: Must have experience in General, ENT, GYN, Robotics, and Vascular (abdominal aortic aneurysm) experience
  • Preferred: Previous travel experience
  • BLS and NBSTSA Certification Required


  • Day shifts, 4x10's
  • Call schedule to be discussed during the interview

Discover Savannah, GA:

Explore the unique blend of nature and history that Savannah offers:

  • Haunted History: Savannah is often referred to as one of America's most haunted cities, with a rich history of ghost stories and paranormal activity. The city's storied past, including its role in the Civil War and maritime trade, has given rise to numerous tales of restless spirits and haunted locations.
  • Gullah Geechee Culture: Savannah is deeply connected to the Gullah Geechee culture, which originated among descendants of enslaved Africans in the Lowcountry regions of Georgia and South Carolina. The city's African American heritage is celebrated through various cultural events, storytelling, music, and cuisine.

If you're a dedicated CST ready for your next thrilling journey, apply today by sending your resume to [email protected] for immediate consideration. Join our team, and let us assist you in crafting unforgettable memories in Savannah, GA.

Senior Account Executive
Soliant Health
Local: (770) 810-7222
[email protected]

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