If you're interested in a job as an occupational therapist in Maine, we've got the tools to help you hit the ground running. Read through the resources on this page to learn about getting your state license, average wages, cost of living and OT job opportunities in Maine.
Whether you're an established professional ready for a change or a new graduate considering different options, our recruiters can take some of the stress out of your job search. Contact us if you have questions about applying for licensure or finding an occupational therapist position that makes the most of your valuable skills.
How to Get Your Maine Occupational Therapy License
Submit your application for licensure to the Maine Board of Occupational Therapy Practice. The board reviews applications in the order they're received, but processing time varies depending on volume. Occupational therapists in Maine earn an annual mean salary that's below the national average. The cost of living in the state is 3.5% cheaper than the nationwide index for basic costs such as food, shelter and utilities.
A job as an occupational therapist in Maine puts you in the midst of some of the most spectacular scenery in New England, making it easy to achieve a healthy work-life balance. Get outdoors on your days off and discover rocky coastlines dotted with lighthouses, sun-dappled beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, ski resorts and the stunning Acadia National Park. Get in touch with a recruiter to learn more about working in the Pine Tree State.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Maine?
There's no set timeframe for receiving your occupational therapy license in Maine. The state board advises that application processing times vary depending on volume and type of license. Check the status of your application online.
Maine occupational therapy contact information
Board of Occupational Therapy Practice
35 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0035
Phone: (207) 624-8624
Fax: (207) 624-8637
Maine Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. The average annual salary for occupational therapists in Maine is $74,400, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Clinicians who bring their highly needed skills to the state can earn up to 20% more than permanent OTs because of demand. Travel OTs also receive generous health benefits, a retirement plan, prearranged accommodation or a housing allowance, and travel reimbursement.
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