Are you an experienced caregiver? We’re looking for Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, or Paramedics who are seeking a brand-new challenge that offers a great work-life balance with countless career progression opportunities.
As a PIP Disability Assessor, you will be responsible for carrying out full, holistic, face-to-face or telephone assessments with individuals who have a varied range of physical and/or mental health disabilities and seeking to receive the PIP benefit scheme. You do not need any experience as a Disability Assessor previously, as an excellent, in-depth training masterclass is provided.
Your comprehensive benefits package as a Disability Assessor:
Flexible or part-time working opportunities are available between the hours of 8am – 6pm (front office) 8am -8pm (back office) after the full-time training is complete (minimum requirement of 22.5 hours per week)
Monday – Friday, office style hours – (no weekends, nights, long days)
25 days’ annual leave, with option to buy and sell up to 10 days, plus all bank holidays off
Pension scheme matching up to 10% of your contributions and as standard, you will retain earnings from any existing pensions (such as NHS)
Life assurance, private medical insurance, and medical indemnity insurance
Continuous CPD support provided, plus reimbursement of your annual HCPC/NMC registration fee
Flexible benefits, including dental and travel insurance
Performance based incentive scheme offering a bolt on bonus of 10% of your salary
And many more!
This Disability Assessor role is ideal if you are passionate about delivering high-quality care, yet ready to advance your career by using your clinical expertise in a new way, within a supportive team environment.
Job Responsibilities as a Disability Assessor:
Working with people who have a diverse range of health conditions, including physical, sensory, mental health and cognitive issues to complete a holistic assessment
Working within an office style environment
Use your clinical experience by looking into various different activities of daily living and doing a physical assessment, if necessary, to understand the severity of their conditions and what their limitations are
You will interpret medical evidence and gather your findings on the conditions presented into a comprehensive report, to support the decision-making process by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Requirements as a Disability Assessor:
RGN, RMN, RLD, Paramedic, Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist
12 months post reg clinical experience minimum
Full registration with NMC/HCPC with no restrictions on pin
Ability to work autonomously and I.T competency would be beneficial
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