There are no set vacation days. Upon each 13 week assignment you need to let them know before you start what days you want off.
Answered - Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) (Current Employee) - Lorton Virginia
You can take vacations but I don't believe they are paid for. I am not sure how many vacations per year you are allowed. Probably as many as you can afford to take. You might be allotted 2 weeks in between assignments.
Answered - Instrument Room Technician (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO
None. If you don't work then you don't get paid.
Answered - Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
None, no paid vacation
Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Seattle, WA
Answered - ER RN (Current Employee) - ND
No vacation. Contract to contract
Answered - CASE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Clinton, MD
I only worked for a 13 week assignment
Answered - Travel RN (Former Employee) - San Clemente, CA
As many as you can schedule between assignments or arrange with individual facilities.Not paid either way, but bonuses are more than enough to cover them when you extend.
Answered - Travel RN (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
None; 13 week contracts; no compensation for days off
Answered - RN Case Manager (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA
No vacation policy other then tell them when you want to work and when you do not so that it can be included in your contract.
Answered - Contract RN (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA