Allied Health Professional – Workplace Assessor
The main role of the Workplace Assessor is to be available to our customers on site to conduct workplace assessments and advisory services to our Corporate Clients.In this rewarding, varied and fast paced role you’ll support our health and wellbeing service offering onsite and remote health assessments, and health promotional activities to all of our key clients. We're looking for candidates living within a commutable range of Manchester, Liverpool and Cheshire as this will be your client base.
Our success is based on the talent, courage and resilience of our people. That’s why we are open, supportive, challenging and empowering. We will encourage you to learn and grow your career in the direction that’s right for you.
What you’ll be doing:
- Communicate effectively with employees to identify workplace issues and identify solutions to assist them in the workplace. This includes undertaking effective, clinically appropriate workplace assessments.
- Liaise with appropriate key stakeholders, both internal and external to proactively manage cases through to completion, ensuring appropriate escalation as required.
- Accountable for maintaining records to ensure data entered into client records is contemporaneous, accurate, legible, concise and coherent.
- Complete written reports to a specified standard of formatting and quality, taking into consideration, evidenced based practice, findings, requirements of the client, clinical reasoning and commercial awareness.
- Take responsibility for agreed geographic areas, managing time effectively to meet clients needs and specified service level agreements and ensuring any trends relating to specific issues or referral volumes within area are escalated to the clinical team Leader.
- Actively participate in agreed projects as directed and with discussion and support from Clinical Management Team to assist with the current and future delivery of the service.
- Participate in the auditing of Internal and External colleagues and 3rd party providers reports to assist with self development and the overall quality of the service.
- Responsible for maintaining professional registration including CPD and participate in sharing knowledge with the team to ensure clinical colleagues remain updated and provide evidenced based practice.
- Adhere to relevant legislation and organisational policy and procedures escalating any concerns to Clinical Team Leader.
Working Hours & Shift Pattern:
You’ll be working 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm.
Induction & Training:
You’ll receive a comprehensive training to set you up for success in your new role. At AXA we share a common purpose; to act for human progress by protecting what matters. We rely on people, just like you, to make this a reality. We thrive on helping you become the best version on yourself. Throughout your career with us, we’ll provide you with all the support and training necessary to enhance your professional development.
- Professional qualification in Nursing, Ergonomics, Physiotherapy and or Occupational Therapy.
- Membership of relevant clinical professional body.
- Reasonable knowledge of assistive technology.
- Sound knowledge of Legislation pertinent to job role ie Equality Act / HASAW Act / DSE Regs / Data Protection.
- Experience in taking anthropometric measurements.
- Knowledge and experience of work rehabilitation and workstation assessments.
- Enhanced Verbal and written communication skills
- Lateral thinking and problem-solving attitude
- Ability to work Autonomously whilst also being a team player
- IT literate in Microsoft Office; Word, Outlook and Excel.
- Able to travel to client sites within a specified location independently.
- Commercial awareness.
With a presence in over 60 countries, and 165,000 employees serving the needs of 107 million customers, AXA is big.
But never too big to care for every single person who works here. So when you join us, we promise to put our collective might behind you and your career.
You’ll work in an open and supportive environment where you’ll be developed, challenged and encouraged to move around to achieve even bigger and better things – nationally and internationally. You’ll learn directly from senior leaders, from the best in our business. And you’ll enjoy real responsibility, really early on.
Every large company today talks about supporting diversity and inclusion. But at AXA UK, these values form an integral part of everything we do. For us, it’s about bringing together the best talent, helping people to realise their full potential by being 100% themselves at work and delivering outstanding service to everyone – regardless of difference.
AXA Health is the UK healthcare specialist for the AXA Group. Whatever our customers’ health goals, we help them get there. That could be getting someone physio for an injury that’s holding them back or finding them the right specialist to take their treatment forward. Our team are experts in their fields: from experienced cancer nurses to pioneering data analysts; from our highly respected customer service team to our wide-ranging in-house team of clinicians. We all work together to be the best we can be.
One of the best things about joining AXA is our rewards package, we’re appreciative of the people who work for us and our rewards package is reviewed regularly to reflect that. You can expect to receive:
- Competitive annual salary
- Annual company & performance-based bonus
- Contributory pension scheme (up to 12% employer contributions)
- Life Assurance (up to 10 x annual salary)
- Holiday starting from 23 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays
- Opportunity to buy up to 5 extra days leave or sell up to 3 days leave
- AXA employee discounts
- Gym benefits
AXA is proud to support the needs of our employees and as such understands everyone has individual work and home life responsibilities. We’re happy to discuss flexible working arrangements for this role, should this be a requirement for you.
We want to become one of the most inspiring companies to work for and to achieve this ambition, we need the best talent to come and work for us. We look for candidates with the right skills and values to join us and selection is based on a fair and equal process. We’re proud to be committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all backgrounds. As a financial services company, all successful candidates will be subject to preemployment checks, so we can ensure regulatory compliance.
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