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Disability Analyst - South East (mobile)

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. 

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.

We are a healthcare business through and through.

Our wider business also delivers physiotherapy services for the NHS and private customers, so you will work as part of a wider group of like-minded 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.

Say hello to a new chapter in your life and career.

About the role

Working as a Disability Analyst is a rewarding profession and our team are proud of what they do.

More than 95% of the people who have had a disability assessment with us as part of a Personal Independent Payment (PIP) claim said that they had a positive experience.

Many of these people have benefited from an assessment with a caring and understanding Disability Analyst who has supported them through a difficult process.

Your day-to-day role will include:

(Please note that due to the outbreak of coronavirus, you will be required to work from home and conduct consultations over the phone)

  • Holding consultations with people making a claim for the Personal Independent Payment (PIP) benefit in relation to a disability or condition.
  • Conducting a thorough functional medical assessment of their disability or condition.
  • Using your strong communications skills to learn more about how their disability affects them.
  • Working with a varied caseload and complex conditions including physical, mental health, cognitive and sensory impairments.
  • Producing comprehensive and impartial evidence based reports for the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to help them ensure that people receive the right benefits and support.
  • Working autonomously to manage your clinic and consultations, free from admin tasks like sending patient letters or calling people who do not show up.
  • Linking in with your regional support network and our wider team of likeminded healthcare professionals as you need to.

We are looking for healthcare professionals who have:

  • Full registration with the relevant professional body (NMC/HCPC/GMC).
  • A minimum of 2 years' post qualification experience.
  • Excellent clinical, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A positive, empathetic and professional manner.
  • Strong computer and IT skills.
  • The ability to work autonomously.
  • Ability to work under pressure, and be flexible and adaptable in your approach.

You do not need to worry about preparing for the job. We will give you all the training, skills and support that you need to thrive in your role as a Disability Analyst.

Many of our Disability Analysts are Paramedics, Nurses, Occupational Therapists or Physiotherapists who made the move to improve their work life balance or to diversify their career.

Why make the move

If you make the move and join our team you will benefit from:

  • Flexible day-time, weekday hours that fit around your life outside of work.
  • The choice to work weekends and earn rewarding overtime payments.
  • Less admin tasks and more autonomy in your role.
  • Progression opportunities with a clear banding and pay structure.
  • Access to our award winning clinical training and development resources.
  • Great team dynamics and a supportive clinical culture.
  • Bonuses of up to £2,000 annually dependent on your banding and performance.
  • Split role opportunities for physiotherapists.
  • Revalidation support for nurses.
  • 25 days of annual leave.
  • Healthcare cash plan enabling you to claim back on costs such as dental.
  • Free and discounted physio for you, your friends and family.
  • Bupa Rewards scheme with savings across thousands of brands and retailers.
  • Pension scheme with salary exchange agreement option.
  • Free counselling and support services if you need them.
  • Company-wide and regional social events and initiatives.

Get in touch

If you are interested, we would love to hear from you. If you have a query before applying please email careers@ascenti.co.uk, otherwise apply by clicking on the 'Apply' button.

Coronavirus update

We are currently operating remotely and if you are successful for an interview this will be done virtually or over the phone. 

Training and preparing for your role will also be done virtually. 

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.

For information on how your data for job applications will be processed and stored with Ascenti please visit our website here: www.ascenti.co.uk/recruitment-privacy-statement.

By submitting your application, you are confirming that you have read the privacy statement and are happy for your data to be dealt with in line with this.

Ascenti prides itself on being an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, marriage and civil partnership, or pregnancy and maternity.

At Ascenti we promote equality and inclusion from the very beginning of the recruitment process. If you require any reasonable adjustments as part of this recruitment application process, please clearly indicate this on your application so that we can make the appropriate arrangements.

Location:
South East (mobile)
Role type:
Full time
Salary:
£32,000 - £35,800 + productivity bonus up to £1,600
Requirements
  • Full registration with the relevant professional body (NMC/HCPC/GMC).
  • A minimum of 2 years' post qualification experience.
  • Excellent clinical, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A positive, empathetic and professional manner.
  • Strong computer and IT skills.
  • The ability to work autonomously.
  • Ability to work under pressure, and be flexible and adaptable in your approach.
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Please view our Privacy Statement for more information on how your data will be processed and stored with Ascenti.

By submitting your application, you are confirming that you have read the Privacy Statement and are happy for your data to be dealt with in line with the Privacy Statement.

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