Disability Assessor - ST postcode

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Stafford
Salary
34000.00 - 38000.00 GBP Annual + GBP34000 - GBP38000/annum Pension + Benefits
Posted
08 May 2019
Closes
05 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
DWP PIP: Disability Assessor - Registered Nurse, OT, Paramedic, Physiotherapist

Starting salary: GBP34,000, potential to earn up to GBP38,000

The UK's leading provider of business process management and integrated professional support service solutions is recruiting Disability Assessors to join their established teams across parts of the UK, Wales, Northern Ireland.

About the role:

You will be based from home, working within a radius of your address, visiting claimants at the local consultation centre or in their own homes. A full functional assessment, including evaluating Activities of Daily Living will be completed. You will also dissect and analyse important information such as claimant questionnaires, GP documentation and multidisciplinary data.

This information will then be elaborated upon in a comprehensive and structured report including recommendations as to when the customer's circumstances should be reviewed.

About you:

You will be a fully qualified Healthcare Professional (Nurse, OT, Paramedic or Physiotherapist)

At least 2 years' post qualification experience

Full registration with HCPC or NMC

Hold a full UK driving licence with access to your own vehicle

Customer facing assessment experience

Report writing experience or equivalent

Good IT skills

Community experience desirable

What's in it for you?

Training and development (and initial 6 week training course, fully paid)

Salary rises to GBP35k once DWP approved

Earning potential = GBP38kpa

Excellent career progression and opportunity to expand your CPD

Life assurance and pension

Work-life balance (bank holidays off)

Diverse working structure and variety of working environments

Degree of flexibility - working from home

Apply within remembering to attach your CV or contact Chris Bonner for more info; / (phone number removed)