Disability Assessor Nurturing Your Recruitment are currently looking for Occupational Therapists, Paramedics, Registered Nurses, RMNs and Physiotherapists for an exciting opportunity as a Disability Assessor based in Hounslow
As a Disability Assessor you will join an established team of highly skilled health care professionals. The role on offer is both challenging and rewarding. The work will be providing disability assessments to Personal Independence Payment (PIP) claimants.
As a healthcare professional you must have appropriate knowledge of the clinical aspects of a wide range of medical conditions. You will be expected to utilise your clinical and evidence based knowledge The Ideal professional highly tuned interpersonal skills and examination skills to work determine how disabilities or impairments (from a range of health conditions) impact on activities of daily living.
The Role as a Disability Assessor
Full Time 37.5 Hours per week (NO Weekends / Nights / Bank holidays)
Clinical support and structure in place to help support you.
Accurately record observations and formal clinical findings.
Full CPD recognised training is provided to become a fully approved Disability Analyst
Initial E-learning modules 1 weeks of online training
Intensive 8 classroom based days training workshop
Follow up training and mentoring leading to full approval
All counts towards your professional registration
Key Responsibilities of a Disability Assessor
To carry out medical examinations and provide medical advice on capacity of work (PIP assessments). Work to productivity and quality targets and respond positively to feedback.
Analyse and interpret clinical information/medical evidence and provide reports in a professional and concise manner.
Produce succinct, accurate and comprehensive reports in plain English to enable decision making and are of a good standard before being forwarded to the client
The Ideal candidate will be an Occupational Therapists, Paramedics, Registered Nurses, RMNs and Physiotherapists
About PIP As part of the Government’s welfare reform agenda, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have introduced a new benefit called the Personal Independence Payment (PIP). Replacing the Disability Living Allowance (DLA).
PIP is designed to better reflect today’s understanding of disability and is focused on helping with the extra costs disabled people face to lead independent lives. The government requires a minimum of 2 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapists, Paramedics, Registered Nurses, RMNs and Physiotherapists to become a Disability Assessor
We currently have Disability Assessor and Functional Assessor vacancies for Occupational Therapists, Paramedics, Registered Nurses, RMNs and Physiotherapists our team of fully specialised consultants are there to care for your next opportunity.
If interested or know some one who else who is please contact us on 01908 533423
Must have a minimum 2 year’s post qualification experience
Must Have 2 years continued professional registration