Are you a healthcare professional looking for a change? Join our team of Disability Assessors and enjoy a great work life balance and a rewarding income. Starting at â£37,333 to â£44,800, your salary will increase at 6 months and then 12 months, with the possibility of annual bonuses of up to 10%. About the role Play a crucial role in the disability assessment process - a service that touches the lives of millions of people in the UK. Work autonomously in clinic (over the phone from home during covid restrictions) to assess the cases of people living with conditions who are applying for the PIP benefit. You do not need to have worked as a Disability Assessor previously. If your application is successful, we will provide you with all the training and support needed. Salary and benefits Salaries starting at â£37,333 to â£44,800 Salary increases at 6 and 12 months service Opportunity for an annual bonus of up to 10% of your base salary Cost of your professional membership covered by Advo 25 days annual leave (+ bank holidays) Sick-pay up to an annual cap Flexible / part-time working & family friendly ethos Accredited training and support programme provided Opportunities to work from home as a Telephone Assessor Discounts and other perks Charity time gifting Extra cash rewards and incentives Free physio and other wellbeing support Learn more about the benefits of working at Advo Health here Key responsibilities Speaking with people making a claim for the PIP benefit and working to assess a variety of complex conditions and impairments. Using your strong verbal communication skills and write high quality, fair and accurate assessment reports using a special IT system. Working with your line manager to advance your own professional development and career as a Disability Assessor.Essential experience and qualifications Minimum of 12 months experience working as a Nurse, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist or Doctor. You must hold full registration with one of the following professional bodies: Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC), or the General Medical Council (GMC). Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Sound writing and computer / IT skills. Evidence of strong English language skills (verbal, reading and writing). Our goal is for Advo to be a workplace that creates a sense of belonging for everyone. This means that we actively work to promote equal opportunities across all that we do and will consider all eligible candidates that meet the above criteria fairly.