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Physiotherapist

Employer
Maximus UK
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
15 Sep 2021

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Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
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Introduction

Do good. Be great.

Are you a chartered physiotherapist who wants to continue helping people but needs a better work/life balance? At Maximus, you don't need to compromise. Join our Centre for Health and Disability Assessments (CHDA) business as a Functional Assessor - a trusted health provider role - and work as part of a diverse team of physios, medical practitioners and healthcare professionals to help people move forward with their lives.

Job Summary

What you'll be doing

Day-to-day, you'll carry out assessments to understand how a person's disability or health condition affects their daily life. You'll listen sensitively to their experiences, ask questions and use your insights to produce a factual report to help the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) determine their eligibility for benefits. It's important work that has a big impact on real lives, so we'll make sure you get the time to build a relationship with each customer you speak with.

Every assessment is different, and you will also work on complex cases for customers with neurological conditions. It'll be challenging at times, and it's a target-focused environment, so we'll support you to manage your caseloads efficiently in order to deliver the best service.

A career without compromises

Our healthcare colleagues are the driving force of our business. That's why, as part of our team, you won't be expected to work long days, do night shifts or take work home. Instead, you'll work in a pattern that gives you a genuine work-life balance - plus the flexibility to make long-term decisions about your future career.

On top of that, you can expect a wide range of benefits designed to help you achieve great things. That includes a supportive working environment, the opportunity to gain plenty of exposure as you develop your clinical knowledge and a competitive starting salary of £38,760 (£45,390 for London weighting). After 6 months, you'll automatically take on the role of an extended practitioner and earn £40,800 (£47,740 London weighting). You'll also get the chance to become an advanced practitioner at a later stage and earn £43,860 (£51,320 London weighting).



Education and Experience Requirements

What we look for

You'll need to be an HCPC registered physiotherapist with recent post-registration experience. If you're also proactive, keen to learn and have excellent oral and written communication skills, you'll make a great addition to the team. From working with a diverse range of customers to handling challenging situations, this role is a fantastic opportunity to develop your clinical knowledge while making a difference to people's lives.

To do well, you'll be comfortable working towards targets, open to give and receive feedback and have good IT knowledge. Previous experience of functional or disability assessment is a plus, but not essential - we'll help you do your best work and complete functional assessments to the highest standards through a formal training programme.

Due to COVID 19 most of our physios are currently undertaking telephone assessments until we can resume face-to-face assessments.



Who we are

Maximus operates several business lines in the UK, including the Centre for Health and Disability Assessments (CHDA), Remploy, Health Management and Revitalised. Our 3,800 colleagues include over 1,400 doctors, nurses, occupational therapists and other healthcare professionals who play a vital role in improving the lives of millions of people. We have over 270 locations across England, Scotland and Wales and we're one of the largest providers of employment, health and disability support programmes in the country.

CHDA Statement

Maximus is committed to developing, maintaining and supporting a culture of equality and diversity in employment in which our employees as well as candidates for employment are treated equitably. We understand that a diverse workforce adds to our competitive advantage; and as such, we aim to ensure that job applicants do not receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of sex, race, marital status, disability, age, part-time or fixed term contract status, sexual orientation or religion, or are disadvantaged by conditions or requirements that cannot be shown to be justifiable. Advertisements for posts will include sufficiently clear and accurate information to enable potential applicants to assess their own suitability for the post.

Where reasonable, we will review and consider adjustments for those applicants who express a requirement for them during the recruitment process.
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