Disability Assessor – Fully Home-Based – Full Time & Part Time – Meridian – Lerwick

Clinical Disciplines – RGN, RMN, RNLD, OT, Physio, Paramedic – Lerwick

Salary – £35,000 (£38,500+ OTE)

If you are looking for a full time or a part time nursing role that is both a step away from the long, unpredictable shifts, nights and weekends that you are used to and a new challenge to develop your skills and career, you may want to consider one of our roles as a Disability Assessor.

The Disability Homebased Assessor role offers the chance to utilise and build on your clinical knowledge in a new environment that offers full, comprehensive training, the opportunity to complete part of your work from home, exciting career progression opportunities, and many other benefits. (Please see below)

Duties & Responsibilities :
You are responsible for clinically evaluating the route in which a claimants PIP file is processed

You will be responsible for deciding whether a claimant requires face to face consultation or home

You will utilise their clinical knowledge/skills massively within this role as you are responsible for liaising with GPs, Consultants and Specialist Nurses.

Use your broad-based medical experience and clinical knowledge to conduct independent health assessments and produce a report on behalf of the DWP

You will not be required to make any decisions within this role but simply assist with the health assessment of the claims process

Utilise your clinical knowledge and broad-based medical experience by carrying out face to face assessments and examinations in a holistic manner. Such assessments focus on how a person’s health condition(s) may have an impact on day-to-day life.

Use IT systems and software to write clear and concise medical reports which will later be used for decision making purposes.

Key Information:
Must be NMC / HCPC registered

1 year post graduate experience

Must be IT competent – typing, MS packages

Strong interpersonal skills

No experience necessary as an assessor

  • full comprehensive training is provided with full salary from day one. Working Hours – Monday – Friday, Office Hours – (No Weekend’s, Nights or Long Days)

Core Benefits:
25 days annual leave (plus all eight bank holidays)

Private medical insurance

Annual leave (buy/sell)

Health screening

NMC/HCPC fee reimbursement

Continuous Professional Development & support with revalidation

A stakeholder pension scheme with employer contributions of up to 10% of basic salary If you are interested in the Disability Assessor position and would like to start an application, then please apply to this advert and a member of recruitment team will be in touch. Alternatively, to find out further information or to have a confidential conversation please call or email

Ged Walsh – 01 5 1 5 5 6 2 0 90 / Liverpool_resourcers @ meridian bs . co . uk

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