Travel Allied Pay & Benefits
Understanding Allied Healthcare Professional Salaries and Your Benefits Package
How much do allied healthcare professionals make?
Many factors affect your paycheck, including the specialty, location and benefits you choose. Pay packages vary, but if you want to optimize pay, remember to be flexible during your job search. Being open to a variety of locations makes it easier to find a higher paying assignment.
Keep in mind you might also be eligible for housing, meal and incidental stipends to reimburse you for actual expenses incurred while on a travel allied assignment. Your recruiter will discuss all these details with you during your search.
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Travel Allied Benefits with Aya
You can enroll and contribute to your 401k on the first of the month following eligibility, which is working 4 consecutive months or one year from your original hire date (with at least 1,000 hours worked). After a year (with at least 1,000 hours worked) you’re eligible for matching!
A comprehensive medical, dental and vision plan from the first day you start an assignment with Aya Healthcare. You also have the option to add a spouse and/or dependents to your plan!
Sick Pay While on Assignment
You’ll start accruing sick time on the first day of your assignment and earn 1 hour for every 30 hours worked which you can start to use after 90 days.
Perks & Discounts
Wellness and fitness programs (like free virtual meditation and yoga) employee assistance programs (including clinical escalation if your work environment could be improved) and so much more.
Where can I make the most money as an allied healthcare professional?
Like with any job, you should consider a lot more than just pay. When evaluating an opportunity, be sure to consider the cost of living in the area. Count on your recruiter and the rest of the Aya team for valuable advice.