New Mexico Occupational Therapy License Board

Ready to find out what New Mexico has to offer your lifestyle and career? The first step is getting your New Mexico occupational therapy license. We've combed the web and listed the important links below, and you'll also find information about New Mexico OT salaries and travel jobs in the state.

Still need a bit of guidance on this new path? Reach out to Med Travelers and speak with our recruiters and mentors for a leg up on the process.

 

How to Get Your New Mexico Occupational Therapy License

The Board of Examiners for Occupational Therapy in New Mexico works fairly quickly, processing OT license applications in about 2 weeks on average. And while the average New Mexico OT salary is just below the national average, the cost of living in the state is more than 11 points below the national index, ensuring that your spending power is plentiful while you explore the Land of Enchantment.

As you check out sandy landscapes or climb into caves, know that we've got your back. Our recruiters work to help you line up lucrative assignments, and if you have any questions during the process, you can reach out to us for more help.

 

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


It typically takes around 2 weeks to receive your occupational license in New Mexico. This is fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.

New Mexico Occupational Therapy contact information


Helpful Links


Address
Board of Examiners for Occupational Therapy
2550 Cerrillos Road, Second Floor
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Contact
Email: occupationaltherapy@state.nm.us
Phone: (505) 476-4940
Fax: (505) 476-4645

New Mexico Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Housing stipends, health benefits and access to dedicated recruiters to help you grow your career the way you want are just some of the perks. And you'll also have potentially higher earning ability because allied travelers can make as much as 20% more per week than OTs in more traditional positions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics keeps tabs on average OT salaries by state and lists New Mexico's as $84,150 per year.

Whether you're looking to spend time in the Southwest or you want to check out popular destinations such as Carlsbad Caverns, occupational therapy travel jobs in New Mexico let you earn great money while you use your days off to adventure. When you work with Med Travelers, you can serve patient populations across the nation, make new friends and cross things off your bucket list — all while adding to your resume.

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