You don't need to climb a virtual mountain to get your Arkansas OT license. We've laid the groundwork with research for you, and you'll find an easy path to licensure in the state below. We've also gathered data about average Arkansas OT salaries and some links to Arkansas OT travel jobs for you to review.
And if you need help at any point, know you're not alone. The Med Travelers recruiters and staff are ready to help allied travelers with each leg of their career or assignment journeys.
How to Get Your Arkansas Occupational Therapy License
The Arkansas State Medical Board's Licensure Department has an average 2-week turn-around time for OT licenses, assuming you have all the exam and other requirements handled when you apply. The cost of living in the state is much lower than the national average, and because the average OT salary in Arkansas is about the same as the nation's average, that's good news for your spending power while on assignment.
The Land of Opportunity, as the state is nicknamed, offers plenty of exploration and adventure options. That's especially true for those who love the outdoors — it's not called the Natural State for no reason! This page covers everything you need to know to get your Arkansas OT license so you can get to work in the state and start exploring on your days off. You can also reach out to us if you have any other questions.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Arkansas?
It typically takes around 2 weeks to receive your occupational license in Arkansas. This is very fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.
Arkansas Occupational Therapy contact information
Arkansas State Medical Board
1401 W. Capitol Avenue, Suite 340
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: (501) 296-1802
Fax: (501) 296-1972
Arkansas Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We can hook you up with housing or a stipend so you can handle your own living arrangements, and as an allied traveler, you can make up to 20% more than OTs in more traditional positions. The average Arkansas OT salary is around $85,920, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Whether you want to explore the Ozarks or just spend some time in a city such as Little Rock, occupational therapy travel jobs in Arkansas are a great way to get to your goal. Plus, they help you meet long-term career goals by adding valuable experience to your resume. You can make new friends and great money — and enjoy many other perks — when you work with Med Travelers.