Waterparks, zoos, arboretums, museums and amazing landscapes that let you truly appreciate the concept of big sky — these are some of the things you can enjoy when you get your Kansas occupational therapy license and take on travel OT jobs in the state.
We've got all the details on this page to help you get started with the process. That includes information about OT salaries in Kansas and links to travel OT assignments you can apply for. You can also reach out to our recruiters for more help; they're standing by to guide you on this exciting career journey.
How to Get Your Kansas Occupational Therapy License
The Kansas Board of Healing Arts processes OT license applications in less than 2 months on average. That's on the slower side of average, so you'll want to ensure you get all your documents and other requirements in as soon as possible when you decide Kansas OT travel jobs might be a good fit for you.
The average salary for OTs in the state is slightly lower than it is across the nation, but the Sunflower State makes up for that with a cost of living that's more than 15 points lower than the national index. In short, your dollar goes farther in the state. And you can go farther too! Start with the information we've gathered here to get your license, and reach out to Med Travelers if you need more help.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Kansas?
It typically takes 1 to 2 months to receive your occupational license in Kansas. This is slightly slow compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.
Kansas Occupational Therapy contact information
Kansas Board of Healing Arts
800 SW Jackson
Lower Level, Suite A
Topeka, KS 66612
Phone: (785) 296-7413
Fax: (785) 368-7102
Kansas Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We work hard to ensure you can enjoy success on your assignments, including providing access to continuing education opportunities as well as housing stipends or free housing. You can also earn great money — often more than then average OT earns per week — when you're an allied traveler. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says the average OT salary in Kansas is $81,830 annually.
Ready to take a giant step for your lifestyle and career? Occupational therapy travel jobs in Kansas may be the right choice for you. Contact Med Travelers to find out how you can earn competitive rates while filling your life with adventure and making new friends along the way.