Are you a nurse, occupational therapist, paramedic or physiotherapist interested in becoming a disability assessor? Send your contact details straight to our recruitment team and we'll be in touch within 1 working day.

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Careers at Capita PIP

 

We carry out Personal Independence Payment assessments on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) in Wales, the West Midlands and the East Midlands, and the Department for Communities (DfC) in Northern Ireland, and we’re searching for skilled and emotionally intelligent healthcare nurses, occupational therapists, paramedics and physiotherapists to help us do it.

So, are you ready for a new opportunity?

Click here to apply to one of our vacancies today! (Minimum of 2 years post registration experience as a nurse, occupational therapist, paramedic or physiotherapist is required). 

Life as a field-based disability assessor

Let Kassee show you how rewarding it can be to be a disability assessor. Discover the kind of challenges she faces day-to-day, the ways in which the role benefits her and how she’s supported to learn and grow.

We are a Disability Confident Leader

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The Disability Confident Scheme supports employers to attract, recruit and retain disabled people. We're proud to have received the highest level of accreditation as part of the Disability Confident Scheme. We're constantly improving our recruitment process to ensure it's inclusive and accessible to everyone, whether that's through how we advertise jobs, by offering work experience or mentoring, or providing reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities. Together, we can ensure that people with disabilities have the opportunity to reach for and realise their career aspirations.

Life as an office-based disability assessor

Follow Johnny and find out how he’s using his clinical experience in a different way. Discover the kind of challenges he faces, the ways in which he’s supported and what the real benefits of the role are for him.