Jump to content

ajpython

Members
  • Content count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Good

About ajpython

  • Rank
    Registered

Profile

  • Profession
    Physician Assistant
  1. I was also thinking i should be making a little more, even in Dallas. There is no overtime and you are expected to do the CME during your weeks off. Given all these facts and after reviewing the last salary report I was thinking of countering them at $67/hr and going from there. Unfortunately this is the job that will work best for my family so that may end up winning out.
  2. So I received an offer of $61/hr, potential of $9000 bonus if meet certain criteria which they say are outlined and reasonable and people get close to or meet yearly but recruiter could not provide what they were. No PTO, $1500 for CME but no days off, reimbursement for licensing, 401k with match, offer Health insurance but is not needed. Thoughts?
  3. ajpython

    Nocturnist hourly rate

    I'm looking to get a feel for the average nocturnist rate. 7on/7 off schedule, no PTO accrual. I have almost 10 years experience in ICU and ER. Thanks
  4. I have recently relocated to the Dallas area and have an interview for a Hospitalist position. It is 7on/7off nights (10p-7a) with no PTO. I am not sure of other benefits as I have not interviewed yet but will not be needing any health insurance as I get that with my husband. I have 10 years experience in August with my time spent in the ICU and high volume ERs. Other offers I have been given in other areas have been significantly lower then I was previously making in the Houston( lower COL) and Northern VA (not significantly higher COL). I am wondering what pay I should realistically expect for this type of position? Despite my years practicing and different jobs negotiating is definitely not my strong suit.
×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.