Grab your Nebraska OT license and start an adventure in a new state while working to add to your resume. It really is almost that easy! We've started the work for you with research, and you'll find plenty of links and information on this page to get you going.
And if you need more information about anything — whether it's licensing processes, Nebraska OT salaries or what types of assignments are available, contact us today. You can speak to experienced recruiters and support staff.
How to Get Your Nebraska Occupational Therapy License
The Nebraska DHHS Licensure Unit is fairly fast, turning applications for OT licenses around in just under 2 weeks on average for those who meet all the requirements. The average OT salary in Nebraska is lower than it is across the country, but so is the cost of living, so the money end of this endeavor is likely to even out in your favor.
During your days off, you can explore Nebraska's sights, including oddities such as Carhenge as well as plenty of rugged landscapes. In the cities, art museums and other cultural amenities are available. We've gathered what you need to get your OT license and get started on this adventure, and you can contact us if you need more assistance along the way.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Nebraska?
It typically takes up to 2 weeks to receive your occupational license in Nebraska. This is fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.
Nebraska Occupational Therapy contact information
DHHS Licensure Unit
Attn: Occupational Therapy
PO Box 94986
Lincoln NE 68509-4986
Phone: (402) 471-2299
Fax: (402) 742-1152
Nebraska Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. You can maximize your earnings with perks such as a housing stipend and the fact that allied travelers earn as much as 20% more than their professional counterparts do. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, OTs in Nebraska earn around $77,450 a year on average.
The Cornhusker State has plenty to offer whether you enjoy the ambience of Midwestern cities or the enormity of the plains. And occupational therapy travel jobs are an ideal way to see this state while making great money and enhancing your OT career. When you work with Med Travelers, you get flexibility along with plenty of support from recruiters, and you can take advantage of health and retirement benefits too.