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  • $2,754/wk avg
  • 20 facilities
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Baltimore, MD
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$4,300/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Boston, MA
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$4,185/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Edina, MN
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$4,149/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Edina, MN
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$3,949/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Springfield, IL
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$3,899/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
  • Vancouver, WA
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$3,662/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Boston, MA
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$3,568/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Tacoma, WA
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$3,563/wk
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Rochester, NY
    • 5x8 hrs
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$3,429/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • New York, NY
    • 5x8 hrs
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$3,302/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Everett, WA
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$3,275/wk
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Rockford, IL
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$3,235/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Tacoma, WA
    • 3x12 hrs
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$3,219/wk
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Everett, WA
    • 5x8 hrs
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3 days ago

$3,175/wk
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Dayton, OH
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$3,125/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Dayton, OH
    • 5x8 hrs
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$3,048/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Stanford, CA
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$3,015/wk
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Palo Alto, CA
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$3,015/wk
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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Tallahassee, FL
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$2,985/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Falls Church, VA
    • 5x8 hrs
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$2,957/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Olathe, KS
    • 5x8 hrs
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$2,921/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Olathe, KS
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$2,909/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Memphis, TN
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$2,765/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Birmingham, AL
    • 5x8 hrs
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$2,667/wk

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Travel Electrophysiology Technician

  • Toledo, OH
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$2,616/wk

Travel EP Tech FAQs

How much do travel Travel EP Tech jobs pay?

For jobs available on Vivian as of Saturday, January 28th 2023, the average weekly salary for a Travel Electrophysiology Technician is $2,754, but can pay up to $4,300 per week.

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  • min - $1,490
  • avg - $2,754
  • max - $4,300

What are the best agencies for Travel EP Tech jobs?

The agencies on Vivian that currently have the most Travel EP Tech jobs are Aureus Medical Group - Imaging (13), CrossMed - Cath Lab (12), and Springboard Healthcare (12).

What is an Electrophysiology Tech?

An electrophysiology tech is an allied health professional who specializes in assisting a cardiac electrophysiologist during diagnostic electrophysiology procedures and interventions. Electrophysiology is a cardiology subspecialty that focuses on diagnosing and treating cardiac arrhythmias. EP techs have a high degree of technical expertise and make a significant contribution in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with heart problems.

What does an electrophysiology tech do?

The primary job of an EP tech includes assisting in placing cardiac electrophysiology catheters in patients, recognizing normal/abnormal 12-lead electrocardiograms, and interpreting data to help diagnose heart problems, such as chamber enlargement, heart block, arrhythmias, and myocardial infarction. They operate complex electrophysiology specialty equipment and assist EP cardiologists. Specific duties may include:

  • Troubleshooting and maintaining EP specialty equipment

  • Preparing patients for procedures and answering their questions

  • Educating patients on expectations before, during, and after procedures

  • Using EP monitoring and recording systems and stimulation systems

  • Using intracardiac echocardiography and electro-anatomical 3D mapping systems

  • Assisting EP cardiologists during complex electrophysiology diagnostic procedures

  • Monitoring readouts and recording data during procedures

  • Assisting with lab analysis and data interpretation

  • Passing pertinent information to patients’ physicians or cardiac specialists

  • Assisting electrophysiologists with implantation of pacemakers, ICDs, and BiV-ICDs

  • Performing circulating and scrubbing roles during invasive procedures

Where do electrophysiology techs work?

Electrophysiology techs work with licensed electrophysiologists, which frequently find them employed at full-service acute care hospitals in EP or Cardiac Cath labs. Because electrophysiology is a subspecialty of cardiology, EP techs may also find employment at specialized heart hospitals, cardiovascular centers, cardiac care centers, and other related healthcare facilities. Their training also makes them desirable job candidates at hospital or physician rhythm management clinics and in sales positions with a variety of biotechnology companies.

What skills make a good electrophysiology tech?

Good electrophysiology techs are incredibly tech-savvy and detail-oriented with expert clinical knowledge in electrophysiology and the operation of complex computer systems and EP specialty equipment. They have advanced EKG recognition skills and are highly competent in the interpretation of EKG, hemodynamics, and cardiac arrhythmias. Their expert technical knowledge allows them to comprehensively collect, assess, and interpret data while effectively collaborating with a multidisciplinary team. Successful EP techs show initiative and demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to shifting workplace demands. They also have excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills that help them interact effectively with patients, family members, other healthcare professionals, and vendors.

How to become a Travel Electrophysiology Tech

Becoming an EP tech requires a minimum of an associate degree in health sciences, but employers often prefer a bachelor’s degree, particularly in biology, anatomy, or physiology. Some employers will accept an equivalent combination of education and experience, such as experience in an electrophysiology lab and/or training in an electrophysiology program.

Most employers require EP techs to already have Basic Life Support certification and have or obtain Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support certification and RCES certification or Heart Rhythm Society CEPS certification within a set time period. RECS certification requires passing the Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist certification examination administered by Cardiovascular Credentialing International and the Allied Professional Certified Electrophysiology Specialist (CEPS) certification exam is through the International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE). Travel EP tech job posters usually require one to two years of experience, so positions usually aren’t open to new graduates.

What certifications are commonly held by Electrophysiology Techs?

Electrophysiology techs may hold Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) or Registered Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialist (RCES-CCI), among others.

Which certifications are best for Electrophysiology Techs?

Some healthcare employers may prefer electrophysiology tech job candidates with Certified Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS-IBHRE) or Certified Electrophysiology Specialist (CEPS), and some may even require specific professional certifications.

How does having a Certified Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS-IBHRE) increase my value as a Electrophysiology tech job candidate?

Having a Certified Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS-IBHRE) validates your knowledge and skills as a electrophysiology tech and your dedication to continuing your education in your chosen field. All of which makes you a more desirable job candidate to healthcare employers.

How does having a Certified Electrophysiology Specialist (CEPS) increase my value as a Electrophysiology tech job candidate?

Having a Certified Electrophysiology Specialist (CEPS) validates your knowledge and skills as a electrophysiology tech and your dedication to continuing your education in your chosen field. All of which makes you a more desirable job candidate to healthcare employers.

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