The career move you've been looking for
Are you a nurse, paramedic, physiotherapist or occupational therapist looking for a new challenge? We are on the lookout for Disability Analysts to join our dynamic team.
By joining our team of Disability Analysts, you will enjoy a structured working week allowing a great work life balance, rewarding pay and the opportunity to develop your skills in new ways.
Your career with us will be built around you. We offer flexible working patterns and award-winning clinical training resources that can help you to grow as a healthcare professional.
Our starting salary is £32,000-£35,800 and our roles comes with a clear banding structure and progression pathway, which will allow for further increases up to £38,800 with opportunities for additional on target earnings of up to £1,600.
If you are interested, we would love to hear from you. If you have a query before applying please email email@example.com, otherwise apply by clicking on the 'Apply' button.
Why make the move?
Flexible working hours
Our core hours are 8am-6pm, Monday to Friday, but you can choose to work weekend overtime and earn a lot more if you wish.
We can also accommodate flexible working hours that suit your lifestyle and commitments outside of work.
Good pay and progression
Our Disability Analyst starting salary is £32,000-£35,800 and comes with a clear banding structure and progression pathway, which will allow for further increases up to £38,800 as you progress though our senior clinical roles.
We offer performance related bonuses of up to £1,600 on top of this and you can also work weekend hours to earn rewarding overtime payments if you want to.
Award winning training
Working as a Disability Analyst you will maintain your professional registration and expand your skills and knowledge as a healthcare professional.
You will receive all of the training that you need to do the role with us and have a minimum of 36 hours of protected continuing professional development (CPD) time annually, with access to our award winning learning resources.
Less admin and more autonomy
You will have the freedom to manage your clinical assessments independently, but will work as part of our strong team dynamic.
Appointments will be organised by a specialist admin team in advance and your work will be free from tasks like calling people who haven’t shown up or sending patient letters. All you will need to do is hold the consultation and write the PIP report.
We get you
Ascenti is a healthcare business through and through.
We also deliver physiotherapy services for the NHS and private customers, so you will work as part of a wider group of likeminded healthcare professionals.
We are clinically-led, which means that many of our Directors are healthcare professionals themselves and understand you.
Unlike other Disability Analyst employers this means that we have a clinical heart as well as the mind of a commercial business.
We are currently operating remotely, and you will be required to work from home until further notice.
All appointments will be held over the phone until we are in the position to open our clinics and continue with our face-to-face consultations.
Ascenti continue to support the NHS throughout this time with several of our Disability Analysts being seconded across to support in high demand areas. If you already work in the NHS and wish to join Ascenti once the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic has settled, we are offering flexible start dates for later in the year to allow continued flexibility to ensure the NHS get the support it requires.