Working as a Disability Assessor, you will have the opportunity to take your career to the next level – broadening your experience, adding to your skillset and opening the door to incredible prospects in the future.
You will be part of a team that prides itself on a people-centered approach: believing in supporting and listening to team members, offering exceptional opportunities for training and development, and making sure to always recognise and reward good performance. As a Disability Assessor, it will be no different; you will be given all the training and support you need to go far, along with a first-class salary and benefits package.
Becoming a Disability Assessor is a marked transition for healthcare professionals. To make your move as seamless as possible, you will complete a comprehensive training programme to help you apply your qualifications and healthcare experience in the best way.
As a Disability Assessor you will receive:
As a Disability Assessor, you will be provided with on-going support and coaching once you have completed training. A world-class assessment service needs exceptional talent to make it happen. To guarantee delivery of a quality service, you will be given the on-going support you need to grow your skills and develop professionally.
Continuing Professional Development is an integral part of every healthcare professional’s working life. This is an applied learning environment: you will attend training events that enhance your learning and development and the work you do as a Disability Assessor, making sure you are always up to date on the PIP assessment process. You will be provided with an on-going programme of CPD modules that will give you the latest knowledge and training to support your role as a Disability Assessor. There are currently 40 training modules, most of which can be completed online. Keeping up to date with the in-house programme will support your future revalidation process.
Becoming a Disability Assessor is an excellent way to broaden your field of expertise and gain valuable experience that will open doors in your career – whether that’s management roles in the PIP team, working elsewhere in Capita, or wherever your career takes you.
Pay is important and you will receive a generous salary – but it is not all you can look forward to. As a Disability Assessor, you will also enjoy a wide range of benefits, including a well-funded pension top-up scheme, share ownership schemes, life assurance, healthcare and a retail discount programme. There is also a scheme that rewards achievement of the required report standards.
For most roles and locations, both full and part-time work options are available. To meet the needs of both Assessors and claimants, flexible working will be offered where possible. That means, in most cases, contracts can be tailored to meet your particular circumstances.