New Grad OT Jobs NV

Find A High Paying, New Grad Friendly Occupational Therapy Job in Nevada With Advanced Travel Therapy.

The Advanced Travel Therapy team has a soft spot for new grads. There is nothing quite as satisfying as being the support system for new therapists as they find their unique career paths and success stories. We even highlight these stories using our New Grad of The Month features. And our New Grad Program was the first of its kind and we are not too shy to toot our own horn: It is awesome!

Our program is built around a “No Worries” Job Solution. We line up jobs for OTs just like you and all you really have to do is sit back, relax, and graduate. Your Advanced Recruiter will help you find that ideal travel position in Nevada and assist you with the licensure, moving, and housing. We will also match you with a clinical and travel lifestyle OT mentor who has been in your shoes. These mentors pass on all the knowledge and wisdom they have learned from multiple travel assignments.

Advanced Travel Therapy will also give you great pay packages and incredible benefits, like free CEUs and $5,000 in tuition reimbursement. All the while, you will be able to make independent and confident decisions about locations, settings, and patient populations. Ultimately, you’ll be making mad bank while becoming the therapist you actually want to become.

We have high paying positions in new grad friendly facilities across Nevada; keep reading to find about pay, settings, and licensure! If you already live in NV, you’re still eligible for a travel OT job with Advanced. If you’re interested in a new grad travel OT career in Nevada, apply with us today or call 1-800-330-7711.

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How Much Do OTs Make In NV?

$47.56 per hour

$1,931 per week

$98,930 per year states that Nevada is the top paying state for occupational therapists. Although this is great news if you’re interested in working in Nevada, the news gets even better if you’re considering a travel position with Advanced Travel Therapy in Nevada.

Not only will we line up your ideal position without any hassle, we will give you access to unbelievable perks that will usually make your compensation package better than your permanently placed counterpart in the same state. As a travel therapist working with Advanced, you will be able to take advantage of tax-breaks and housing stipends that can increase the amount of take home pay you actually get. Don't worry, you don’t have to figure any of this out if you’re not good with all the tax stuff, that’s what your recruiter is for!

We also offer you $5,000 in tuition reimbursement, great benefits, mind-boggling referral bonuses, and free CEUs. All these factors create a significant boost in your overall compensation.

If you’re interested in earning more as a new grad travel OT in Nevada, apply now!


OT Settings in Nevada

The beauty of working with Advanced Travel Therapy is the freedom we give you to build your own career the way you want. On our team, no one will ever tell you what patients to treat or where to work. You can try the same setting in various locations, try different settings in the same location, or extend at a facility you love.

You also get this professional flexibility knowing that you will have health insurance, a 401k, great pay, and a support system that will always have your back.  So, make each travel assignment your own without any worries!

Below you will find short descriptions of a few of the settings you will find in Nevada.

Home Health

If you want to treat a patient in the most important environment, then the home health setting may be one for you to try. You will help individuals who are struggling to feel safer and more capable in the place that they need it most. You will evaluate and assist in various domains including home safety, independent living, and adaptive equipment. This setting will also keep you from the routine of going to the same facility every day if you're not ready for that yet.

Skilled Nursing Facilities

In a SNF, an OT will assist in the rehabilitation of patients after illness or injury. OTs in this setting will work alongside other healthcare professionals like PTs, SLPs, audiologists, and nurses. It is important to note that patients in SNFs may be short-term or long-term (even permanent). This will impact the type of OT intervention they will need from you as a provider. Rehabilitation can range from training in functional mobility to environment modifications.

Acute Care

Acute care is an inpatient setting for patients who are in critical condition. An OT working in this setting will primarily try to help stabilize the patient and address immediate threats or loss of function. According to AOTA, OTs are critical in these settings, facilitating early mobilization, restoring function, preventing further decline, and coordinating care, including transition and discharge planning. A few of the interventions you may engage in include:

  • Training families and caregivers to assist with range-of-motion exercises, safe transfers and mobility.
  • Providing training in self-care activities with adaptive or durable medical equipment and/or compensatory techniques.
  • Remediating upper-extremity weakness and/or abnormal muscle tone through exercise.

Nevada OT Licensure Board Nevada Board of Occupational Therapists

6160 Mae Anne Ave. Reno, NV 89523

Phone: 775-446-4101
Fax: 775-746-4105


A new license application for an OTR in Nevada costs $400.00, but with Advanced Travel Therapy you don’t need to worry about that. We reimburse our travel therapists for one license per assignment. So if you find a travel position in Nevada that you want to take, you can be completely Zen knowing that we have you covered. Your Advanced recruiter will help you with acquiring the license, your move, and finding your ideal housing.

Living In Nevada

Vegas baby! That’s right, we are talking about Las Vegas, Nevada’s brighter claim to fame. Whether you take an assignment in the out-of-this-world city or not, you will probably visit it at least once while in the “Silver State.” We probably don’t need to tell you about the awesome shows and dazzling hotels, so here's some weird trivia instead:

  • There is more shrimp consumed in Las Vegas per day than the rest of the U.S.A. combined.
  • The Stratosphere Tower on The Strip is the tallest free standing observation tower in the country.
  • The Strip is about 4.2 miles long but it has over 75,000 miles of neon.

Alright, that’s enough about Vegas because there is much more to the State of Nevada. With 172 mountain summits, Nevada is actually the most mountainous state in the contiguous U.S. It also has about 28,000 wild horses roaming freely around its lands.  So if you’re an OT who hopes to fill your time off with outdoor activities, Nevada should be in the running for at least one of your assignments. You can go caving beneath the Great Basin, paddle-board at Lake Tahoe, tube down the Truckee, and so much more.

Cities like Reno and Henderson also offer great urban atmospheres to explore outside of the Vegas bubble. And before we get off the subject of how awesome Nevada is, can we just say Area 51? Whether you’re into the whole alien or conspiracy theory thing or not, Nevada does give you a few spots that will pique your interest. Area 51, the Black Mailbox, and Little A'Le'Inn on the Extraterrestrial Highway are definitely worth checking out!

If you’re not a OT yet but are interested in becoming one while in Nevada, check out Touro University Nevada's OT Program.  As you get closer to graduating make sure you check our blog where you’ll find a lot of good information for new grads.

Travel Benefits

  1. 100% Paid Medical Coverage

  2. Lucrative Pay

  3. 401k with Company Matching

  4. Customized Travel Packages

  5. Robust Clinical and Lifestyle Mentorship

  6. Large Support Staff

  1. State Licensure Reimbursement

  2. Significant Referral Bonus

  3. Personal Recruiter

  4. Exceptional Customer Service (24 hours/day)

  5. Clinical Director

  1. Corporate Furnished Housing or Generous Lodging Per Diem

  2. Travel Expense Allowance

  3. Meals and Incidentals Stipend

  4. Professional & General Liability Coverage

  5. Advanced Education CEU's

  1. Why Advanced Medical

    Joining the Advanced Medical team gives you the attention you deserve. We work closely with each candidate to find the right fit clinically, culturally and financially. We also offer:

    • Five-star customer service
    • Clinical & licensure support
    • and much, much more!

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    • Advanced found me the perfect travel job in an outpatient setting. It was such a great match that I ended up staying on as a full time employee. If I decide to ever travel again, I will not hesitate to call Advanced.

      Mary TMary T.
    • After traveling with several different travel companies I found Advanced. I have now completed 3 great assignments and will never leave this company. Finally a company that actually delivers on what they say.

      Linda WLinda W.
      Sacramento, CA
    • We Just moved into my apartment provided by Advanced and we are loving it! My wife and I are both therapists and the apartment is amazing, it has its own movie theater, fitness center and many other amenities.

      Michael FMichael F.
      Dallas, TX
    • I was referred to Advanced by another traveler in my building that worked for them. She kept telling me that they really do customize packages and pay top rates so I called them and that is exactly what they did.

      Nancy PNancy P.
      Charleston, SC

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