Idaho Occupational Therapy License Board

When you're ready to get your Idaho occupational therapy licence, it can feel overwhelming at first. But we've got you covered with all the resources, links and info you need to get through the process from start to finish. We've even included information on Idaho OT salaries, cost of living and all the great perks Med Travelers has to offer.

We've gathered everything you need to get your Idaho OT license in one place to make it as simple as possible. But if you do have further questions or need a little assistance along the way, our recruiters are standing by to help.


How to Get Your Idaho Occupational Therapy License

Those interested in taking a travel occupational therapy job in Idaho will be happy to know that it only takes about 1 to 2 weeks on average. OTs in Idaho make a bit under the average salary wise, but the cost of living in this state is also lower than average, so it tends to even out.

Idaho may be known for its potatoes, but there's plenty to see and do here on your days off. From seeing geological formations like Balance Rock and Menan Butte to visiting the Warhawk Air Museum and Falls Park, there's something for outdoor adventurers and those who prefer the indoors alike. Have questions about how to get started on applying for or renewing your Idaho OT license? Feel free to reach out to our support staff for help.


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


It typically takes approximately 1 to 2 weeks to receive your occupational therapy license in Idaho. This is fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the US.

Idaho Occupational Therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses
11351 W. Chinden Blvd., Bldg #6
Boise, ID 83714

Phone: (208) 334-3233
Fax: (208) 334-3945

Idaho Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. While OTs make about $83,980 on average in Idaho, as a travel allied health professional, you have the potential to earn up to 20% more than that. You can also take advantage of excellent health benefits, ongoing career opportunities and a support staff that really cares about your success.

If you're ready to start exploring occupational therapy jobs in Idaho, we have tons to choose from. Browse through our jobs, find the perfect match and head out on your next adventure. Traveling occupational therapy work is an exciting way to get more experience and see everything the country has to offer.




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