Salary: £32,000 to £35,800 and comes with a clear banding structure and progression pathway.
Hours: Monday - Friday
Becoming a Disability Analyst is an excellent opportunity for a health-care professional to enhance their assessment skills as well as continuing to develop their clinical skills within a different environment. Becoming a Disability Analyst will allow you to move away from anti-social working patterns and provide you with a competitive salary and benefits.
Full comprehensive training is provided with on going support throughout your career. There are a number of different progression avenues within the organisation due to the growing sector so there is plenty of opportunity for future progression within the role.
What does working as a Disability Analyst include?
You would be working for a leading provider of health related government services, delivering disability assessment services on behalf of the DWP and are also a clinically led organisation.
You would be completing functional medical assessments and writing detailed reports within a consultation centre, in addition to reviewing further medical evidence. You would be assessing individuals who have a varied caseload of conditions such as physical, mental health, cognitive and sensory impairment. Receive a comprehensive training programme, consisting of a two week induction programme, followed by a 12-16 week training package in order to support you through the learning curve. Working autonomously to manage your clinic and consultations, free from admin tasks like sending patient letters or calling people who do not show ups Progression opportunities with a clear banding and pay structure. Access to award winning clinical training and development resources. Bonuses of up to £2,000 annually dependent on your banding and performance.Personal Requirements
You must have 2 years of post graduate experience within a clinical setting - Registered General Nurse, Mental Health Nurse, Learning Disabilities Nurse, Paramedic, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist Full HCPC/NMC registration Skilled in report writing Good communication skills Ability to work under pressure Ability to work towards set targetsBenefit Package
Excellent work life balance, working Monday - Friday, no weekends, nights or bank holidays. 33 days holiday including bank holidays, Bonuses of up to £2,000 annually dependent on your banding and performance. Private health care plan. Further ongoing CPD training and internal courses. Company phone and IT support provided to all staff. Employee Assistance Programme (accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days per week). Excellent prospects for promotion and professional growth. Re-validation support for nurses. Pension scheme with salary exchange agreement option. Free and discounted physio for you, your friends and family. Split role opportunities for physiotherapists, who can combine PIP assessments alongside a musculoskeletal physiotherapy development pathway.s Salary comes with a clear banding structure and progression pathway.We have immediate start dates!
If you feel this position may be for you or you are interested in finding out further information please contact Ellouise Upton-Edwards at Meridian Business Support by email on or call (phone number removed). Alternatively, you can apply to this advert and someone from the Meridian team will be in touch.
Meridian Business Support is acting on behalf of our Client as a Recruitment Agency
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