Whether you want to make your own stand at the Alamo or get in on the iconic Austin nightlife, Texas has plenty to offer. You'll need a Texas OT license if you want to be an allied traveler in the state, though. Don't worry — we've gathered everything you need to know about the process along with some helpful information about salaries and Texas OT travel job opportunities.
Once you have a chance to review the info and links on this page, we're also standing by to answer additional questions. Reach out to our friendly recruiters and support staff for help if you need it.
How to Get Your Texas Occupational Therapy License
The Texas Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners typically returns licenses within about 2 weeks of your application, so you can be on the way to your next assignment quickly. While the average OT salary in Texas is just below the national average, the cost of living in the state is also relatively low, making it a lucrative place for OTs to work.
With an enormous state to explore and the opportunity to drop below the border for weekend adventures, Texas can be a great option for traveling OTs who want to experience something new. You'll find everything you need here to get your Texas OT license so you can tick this great state off your bucket list. And if you need more help, you can always reach out to us for assistance.
How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in Texas?
It typically takes up to 2 weeks to receive your occupational license in Texas. This is fast compared to other occupational therapy licenses across the United States.
Texas Occupational Therapy contact information
Texas Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners
Executive Council of PT and OT Examiners
333 Guadalupe, Suite #2-510
Austin, TX 78701-3942
Phone: (512) 305-6900
Fax: (512) 305-6951
Texas Occupational Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. You can rest easy knowing that we will help you set up housing, and you might even qualify for a housing stipend. You can also make more as an allied traveler than many non-allied counterparts. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the average occupational therapy salary in Texas as around $85,090.
Whatever you're interested in exploring in the Lone Star State, occupational therapy travel jobs can be a great way to get there. And when you work with Med Travelers, you can take advantage of Texas OT travel jobs with the backup of dedicated recruiters and benefits such as healthcare. Contact us to find out more about how you can make great money while exploring the state, meeting new people and putting your OT skills to work.