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PIP Assessor Jobs

As a leading UK agency for healthcare professionals, we have a dedicated team that specialises in recruiting PIP assessors. The role involves carrying out face-to-face assessments for Personal Independent Payments (PIP) required for the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP).

These positions are ideal for registered nurses (RGNs and RMNs), physiotherapists, occupational therapists and paramedics across Yorkshire and the North East who are interested in unique, government sector, home-based roles with excellent benefits and fixed hours.

PIP Assessor Salary

The starting salary of a home-based PIP assessor is £35,000, with roles available across the Bradford, Barnsley, Newcastle, Scunthorpe, Manchester, Skipton and Stafford areas. 

Select one of the following links to learn more about PIP assessor jobs at Medacs Healthcare:


Registration Requirements

To register for our PIP assessor roles, you will need to meet the following minimum requirements:

• A minimum of two years’ post-registration experience
• A current NMC/HCPC PIN with no restrictions to practice
• Strong literacy and IT skills

The Ideal Candidate

These roles are ideal for health professionals with experience of clinical examination and decision making (e.g. A&E or NHS Direct) who want to retain and use their care skills whilst working regular hours in an office environment.

Advanced written and verbal communication skills are required, as is an ability to multi-task and take control of any assessment. Interpersonal skills are also crucial, as well as the ability to write clear and concise reports and work autonomously in a fast-paced environment.

These roles would also suit healthcare professionals who are interested in functional assessor roles as the day-to-day duties are very similar.

To find out why a PIP assessor job could be right for you, check out these interviews with three nurses who swapped the wards for life as a PIP assessor.



Our dedicated Healthcare Services team will work with you to fully understand your professional needs, and there are many more reasons to join the Medacs Healthcare family. These include:

  • Excellent starting salary of £33,000 or £35,000 per annum (depending on location) plus travel expenses
  • Flexible working options available Monday - Friday
  • 25 days of annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Company pension and life assurance
  • Excellent support with paid induction training and career development opportunities
  • Ongoing support through workshops, peer supervision and training sessions

Role Information


PIP Assessor (also known as Clinical Assessor or PIP Clinical Assessor)

Governing body: 


The role:

Similar to the role of a functional assessor, the role of a clinical assessor is to carry out face-to-face assessments for Personal Independent Payments (PIP) required for the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP). The role is non-diagnostic, non-therapeutic and assessment based only.

Core skill:

You must possess advanced written and verbal communication skills. You must also have experience of clinical examination and decision making, preferably in an A&E or NHS Direct setting.

In addition, you will also require the following skills:

  • An ability to multi-task
  • An ability to take control of assessments
  • IT literacy and strong typing skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Clear and concise report writing skills

Common working environments: 

As a clinical assessor, your role will be office-based in assessment centres across Yorkshire and the North East, offering flexible working hours Monday to Friday.

Typical team set up: 

Our assessors include nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and paramedics who work as part of a successful team ensuring that quality, productivity and customer satisfaction targets are all achieved.


Find out more

Contact our Healthcare Services team via email or call 07741330359 during office hours to learn more or register your interest. Alternatively, complete the form below:


Due to the high demand for these roles, applicants who do not meet the basic eligibility criteria may not be contacted. To ensure your application is given the highest priority, please attach a CV in the first instance.




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