Travel Speech Language Pathology Job McClellan, CA

JOB-2910500

yesterday

Posted by: CompHealth_Nurse

Employer: Comphealth

Job Description

This City is truly remarkable for several compelling reasons. This tight-knit community, nestled in the picturesque Sacramento Valley, combines the best aspects of a peaceful, small-town atmosphere with easy access to urban amenities. The affordability of living in Rio Linda is a standout feature, allowing residents to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle without breaking the bank. Nature enthusiasts will find paradise in the town's proximity to scenic parks, serene lakes, and the beautiful Sacramento River, making it an ideal location for outdoor adventures and relaxation. Beyond its natural beauty, Rio Linda boasts a strong sense of community, with regular local events, friendly neighbors, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere that makes it a fantastic place to settle down and build lasting connections. In summary, Rio Linda, CA, offers an exceptional living experience, blending affordability, natural charm, and a strong community spirit to create an amazing place to call home.
  • Present with preferred Caseload
  • Open to ASAP and January Starts
  • Positions are ASAP - June 2024
  • Great Location
  • We provide complimentary housing and travel
  • We arrange and cover costs for licensing and malpractice
  • We simplify the credentialing and privileging process
  • We provide first-day medical insurance and 401(K)
  • Your personal recruiter handles every detail, 24/7

From $23.00 to $78.00 hourly
Provider compensation offers are based on skill level, experience, and qualifications. Compensation may also be impacted by the critical nature of the need and vary by assignment. In addition to taxable hourly wage, providers may qualify to receive non-taxable daily lodging, meals, and incidental per diems not to exceed published General Services Administration (GSA) guidelines. Please speak with a recruiter for additional details and benefits.

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