PIP Clinical Assessor

Recruiter
NHS Lanarkshire
Location
Coylton
Posted
11 Feb 2018
Closes
16 Feb 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The Salus PIP service is an NHS Lanarkshire service that delivers face to face Personal Independence Payment assessments to claimants. The service is delivered locally from high quality assessment centres throughout the West of Scotland and Edinburgh city centre.

The PIP service offers a fresh challenge for nurses, physiotherapists, OT’s and paramedics with over 2 years’ experience. With full training and on-going support via our friendly team of dedicated training managers, you will journey through a learning curve that provides professional and personal development, enhances existing skills and encourages peer support and mentoring.

Our eight week coaching programme and in house trainer support ensures you progress in your role, developing skills and gaining the knowledge you require to meet the quality standards required to ensure we’re providing the best possible service for our claimants.

We’ll ensure you’re trained to meet the requirements of the job by offering all of the above plus NHS training in a variety of topics including Equality and Diversity and Protection of Vulnerable Adults. We’ll also make sure that your statutory training such as Basic Life Support and Non Clinical Back Awareness is kept up to date.

At our quarterly CPD days there are opportunities to share your specialist knowledge with colleagues and learn from theirs.

Interested in working for a service that offers……

A respectful & dignified approach to disability assessment

• Formal disability analyst accreditation
• Monday to Friday 9-5
• Full and part time hours (minimum 22.5 hrs/3days)
• Comprehensive training
• On-going in house trainer support
• A dedicated mentor
• 4 ‘out of office’ continuing professional development days a year
• Eight weekly rolling coaching programme
• Your professional revalidation requirements
• 29 days annual leave in your first year rising to 33 after ten years
• 8 days public holiday

You will be educated to diploma/degree level or equivalent within a relevant field, HPC/NMC registered.

You will have relevant post graduate training with 2 years relevant post registration experience within an NHS or similar healthcare environment working with clients with complex health conditions.

In addition, appropriate knowledge of the clinical aspects of a wide range of health conditions and disabilities is required.

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