Disability Assessor - Haverhill

Recruiter
Ellis Jackson Recruitment
Location
Haverhill
Salary
£26k - 30k per year + benefits
Posted
15 Jun 2017
Closes
14 Jul 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Job Title: PIP Disability Assessor
Location: Haverhill
Starting Salary: £26,000 - £30,000 per annum + benefits
Hours: Full-time or part-time considered

Ellis Jackson Recruitment is one of the leading specialist recruitment consultancies in the UK & Ireland.

We are currently seeking qualified Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Paramedics and Doctors to take on an exciting role conducting functional medical assessments for a leading UK health provider.

Role Overview:
* Complete functional medical assessments and detailed reports in an Assessment Centre
* Assess a varied caseload including conditions from a physical, mental health, cognitive and sensory impairment
* Engage with claimants to understand exactly how their disability affects them
* Review further medical evidence and complete a comprehensive and impartial evidence based report

Employee Benefit Package:
* Attractive working hours (Monday-Friday - No nights, weekends or bank holidays)
* 28 days' holiday incl. bank holidays
* Pension scheme
* Full in-depth training
* Funding for external CPD training
* Employee Assistance Programme
* Excellent prospects for promotion and professional growth
* Industry leading training and support
* Professional indemnity cover for nurses, occupational therapists and paramedics

Requirements:
* You must be a qualified Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Paramedic or Doctor.
* Minimum 2 years of post-registration experience within a clinical setting
* Full registration with the relevant professional body (NMC/HCPC/GMC)
* Excellent clinical, communication and interpersonal skills
* A positive, empathetic and professional manner
* Strong computer and IT skills
* Be able to demonstrate the ability to work autonomously
* Ability to work under pressure, and be flexible and adaptable in your approach