Occupational Therapist Traveler
In the United States, occupational therapy jobs are booming, and the demand for this service is increasing every year. A career in occupational therapy gives you a varied and great choice of working in a variety of healthcare settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, clinical settings, acute care hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, home health agencies, long term care facilities, and more. Occupational therapy travel jobs are ideal options for those who prefer to work in different locations.
With occupational therapy travel jobs, you will have the opportunity to enjoy working in exciting places throughout the country, while earning a high income. Not only do occupational therapy travel jobs offer excellent remuneration packages, but also give you the freedom to select the location you are most comfortable with. A master's degree in occupational therapy or a professional doctoral degree and a state issued license is a must for this position. Those having on-the-job training or an associate's degree can work as therapist assistant or an aide.
By performing a standard internet search, you can find several websites that give candidates the opportunity to view current job listings in your chosen profession, and apply online for new assignments. Besides, there are a number of healthcare consultancies providing job search assistance and placement services for qualified and interested candidates.
When signing up to be a traveling occupational therapist through these healthcare consultancies, the candidates are offered competitive benefit packages. These include:
o Excellent remuneration o Paid housing o Relocation expenses o Travel expenses o Section 125 cafeteria plan o Professional liability insurance o Short-term disability insurance o Additional state license o Continuing education programs o H1B visas and green cards o 401(k) retirement savings plan o Immigration processing (for internationally trained employees)
Payment for this position will vary based on the company, years of experience, place of employment, and qualification.