Soak up the tropical beauty of Hawaii by applying for your speech-language pathology license and putting your clinical skills to work in this little corner of paradise. Read on to learn about SLP job opportunities in Hawaii, obtaining your licensure and average licensing timelines.
If you're interested in working as a speech-language pathologist in Hawaii, please get in touch with our recruiters. We can facilitate your job search and licensure and open up new career paths in the Aloha State.
How to Get Your Hawaii Speech and Language Therapy License
The Hawaii Board of Speech Pathology usually processes license applications within two to three weeks. SLPs in the state earn an annual mean salary that's less than the national average. Hawaii is also one of the most expensive states to live in. If affordability is a concern, consider a travel SLP assignment that offers benefits such as private accommodation or a housing allowance.
While Hawaii's remote location boosts its cost of living, it's also the reason many people continue to be attracted to these islands. When your shift is over, watch sunsets on stunning beaches, snorkel beside tropical fish, ride the waves on a surfboard and rappel down jungle cliffs. Take the first step toward adventure and explore some of the SLP job opportunities we have available.
How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in Hawaii?
It typically takes between two and three weeks to receive a speech and language therapy license in Hawaii. This is fast compared to other speech and language therapy licenses across the United States. Applications that are incomplete or deficient may take longer.
Hawaii speech and language therapy contact information
Hawaii Board of Speech Pathology and Audiology
335 Merchant Street, Room 301
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: (808) 586-3000
Fax: (808) 586-3031
Hawaii Speech and Language Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Speech-language pathologists in Hawaii earn an annual mean salary of $79,930. Generally, you can earn 20% more working as a travel SLP than as permanent staff. Allied travelers also receive generous health insurance, 401(k) plans, travel reimbursement, continuing education and free accommodation or a housing allowance.
Pursue a professionally rewarding speech-language pathologist position in Hawaii and satisfy your personal spirit of adventure, too. You can get started by exploring our current job opportunities and submitting your application today.