Alabama Occupational Therapy License Board

Known for its beautiful skies and warm weather, Alabama is a must-visit destination for anyone who loves football, grits or the slower pace of life that the Deep South has to offer. When you're looking at travel OT opportunities in the Heart of Dixie, you'll need to know everything from the annual average salary for OT jobs in this state and what to expect when it comes to the cost of goods and food. We've gathered all that together in one place to make the process as easy as possible. Our recruiters and support staff are also available anytime to help answer questions or provide more information on what it's like to be an allied traveler with Med Travelers.


How to Get Your Alabama Occupational Therapy License

Getting your Alabama occupational therapy license is usually a fast process, with average turnaround times coming in at just one week. Alabama also has a higher average salary for OTs compared to the rest of the country, and when you combine this with a cost of living that is 17% cheaper than the national average, an OT assignment in this state can mean good news for your finances.

Alabama has white-sand beaches, picturesque state parks and plenty of historical sites and landmarks to visit, making it a great choice for your next travel OT assignment. We've included everything you need to make your Alabama dreams a reality, but you can also reach out to talk to a recruiter with Med Travelers at any point.


How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Alabama?


It typically takes around one week to receive your occupational license in Alabama. This is fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.

Alabama Occupational Therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Alabama State Board of Occupational Therapy
770 Washington Ave., Ste. 734
Montgomery, AL 36130-3819

Phone: (334) 353-4466
Fax: (334) 353-4465

Alabama Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. First and foremost on that list is a higher-than-average salary. OTs in traditional permanent positions earn around $85,760 per year in Alabama, but those working in travel positions — and therefore filling employee gaps — can make up to 20% more.

Sometimes a change of scenery is in order, and as a travel allied professional, you have a plethora of job opportunities waiting for you. Explore our database of OT jobs in Alabama to see what's out there and find the perfect assignment for your next adventure.

Let us know if you have any questions about OT state boards licensing.

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