North Dakota is a bit mysterious as far as stages go. It's called the 701, Norse Dakota and the Flickertail State, and those are just a few of its nicknames. One of the best ways to get to know this state is by adventuring through it as a travel occupational therapist. First, though, you'll need your North Dakota OT license.
Don't worry, we've got everything you need to start that process on this page. You'll also find North Dakota OT salary information and links to some OT travel jobs you can apply to. And if you get a little lost along the way, reach out to our recruiters and mentors for guidance.
How to Get Your North Dakota Occupational Therapy License
North Dakota doesn't give a time line for processing licenses, though you can probably get your North Dakota occupational therapy license in less than a couple months if you meet all the requirements. The average OT salary in the state is lower than the average across the nation, but North Dakota's cost of living is more than 10 points below the national average to make up for that fact.
It might be called the Roughrider State, but your ride to a travel OT job in North Dakota can be smooth as glass when you start here. We've gathered the info you need to obtain or renew your license, and we're available to answer questions and help along the way.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in North Dakota?
North Dakota doesn't provide a time line for processing OT licenses, though the average for other states in the nation is between 1 and 2 months.
North Dakota Occupational Therapy contact information
ND Board of Occupational Therapy
P.O. Box 4005
Bismarck, ND 58502
Phone: (701) 250-0847
Fax: (701) 224-9824
North Dakota Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. For starters, you get the back up of our experienced recruiters, who work to help you succeed in your current assignment while planning ahead for the future of your career. You can also earn great money — as much as 20% more than non-allied OT travelers might make. The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that the average OT salary in North Dakota is around $70,350 annually — to give you an idea of where the bar starts.
From big sky views in national parks to historic sights and museums, North Dakota has a lot to offer. You can take advantage of those offerings when you work with Med Travelers and sign up for occupational therapy travel jobs. Contact us or apply today to start the process of new adventures, new friendships and new experiences to add to your resume.