Clinical Assessor

  • £35000 - £37000 per annum, Benefits: Excellent Benefits
  • Bradford, UK

PIP Clinical Assessor
Hybrid Working
£35,000 with £1000 increments at 6 and 12 months
Location: Bradford
Are you a clinician looking for your next exciting opportunity?
Do you want to move away from a traditional hands-on role?
Do you want to move away from night and weekend shifts?

If the answers are yes to the above, then the PIP Assessor role may be for you!

We are looking for registered healthcare professionals with 12 months post graduate experience in a broad-based setting who wants to focus on completing in depth assessments around how a persons physical, mental health or learning disability may be impacting their every day living activities and mobility and utilise all the evidence to write up a factual, professional report.

Our client is a forward thinking, friendly team who are looking for clinicians (Registered Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Paramedic)  to join their team for this exciting opportunity.

Full training for this role will be provided, so no previous experience is needed – it is a very supportive environment and clear progression routes available for those looking to climb the professional ladder.

  • Starting salary of £35,000
  • Bi-annual incentive package once you have passed probation*
  • Salary uplifts of £1000 at 6 and 12 months*
  • £500 refer a friend scheme*
  • Flexible annual leave
  • Fixed hours with no evening or weekend work
  • Reimbursement of HCPC/NMC registration fee once passed probation
  • Optional paid overtime (depending on business need)
  • Regular training to support CPD and revalidation
  • Membership of the company pension and life assurance scheme
  • Online wellness portal

If you are interested in the PIP Assessor role please contact Ellouise via email – or click apply and Ellouise will be in touch to discuss.

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    Ellouise Upton-Edwards

    Account Manager

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