ASSISTANT AUTISM ASSESSMENT PRACTITIONER
POSITION: Permanent, Full Time & Part Time (minimum of 22.5 hours per week)
LOCATION: Fully remote
SALARY: £30,000 - £35,200 FTE
Founded in 2013, Healios is a leading specialist digital healthcare company working to empower patients and families affected by mental health, autism and ADHD conditions to support long-term outcomes and wellbeing. Our mission is to bring exceptional healthcare to anyone, anytime, anywhere.
Healios is pioneering the world’s first digitalisation of NHS Mental Health Trust outpatient services, covering multiple complex specialist assessment and psychological intervention services. By digitising entire clinical pathways, we enable children, adults and their family members to receive and seamlessly transition between clinical services from the comfort of their home.
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Our Neurodevelopmental Clinical team is the biggest in the UK and our aim is to provide high quality diagnostic assessments by administering ADOS and ADIR as well as in some areas, offering post-diagnostic support to help children, young people and their families understand their diagnosis.
The Assistant Autism Assessment Practitioner position requires an individual who is skilled at autism diagnostic assessment and interventions and who is committed to delivering the best outcomes for neurodiverse children, young people, adults and their families. The successful candidate will be a member of an MDT and will deliver part of the autism assessment alongside providing support, advice and interventions to service users and their families. They will receive close supervision and support from their team manager and clinical leads. Key aspects of the role are:
To maintain the highest standards of clinical record keeping including electronic data entry and recording, report writing and the responsible exercise of professional self-governance in accordance with relevant professional codes of practice and Healios policies and procedures
To actively contribute to multi disciplinary team meetings, working with others to reach a diagnostic conclusion
Manage / investigate concerns / incidents / quality issues and provide reports
Effectively communicate with neurodiverse children, young people and adults, families, internal and external staff
Work within the framework of your regulatory body, and ensure professional registration is maintained
Meet service objectives and key performance indicators
Contribute to audit, policy and service development and research within the area served by the team/service
To be successful in this role, below is what we would need from you:
ADOS and/or ADI-r trained and experienced
Experience of working as part of an MDT
Experience of delivering support/interventions to neurodiverse children and/or adults
Ability to undertake risk assessments and develop risk plans
Real passion for supporting people to improve their lives
A desire to become part of a collaborative environment and share knowledge and learning for the benefit of all
A curious mind-set that underpins your continuous drive to challenge the status quo for achieving better outcomes
Well-developed skills in the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, complex, highly technical and/or clinically sensitive information to clients, their families, carer and other professional colleagues both within and outside the NHS
Flexibility to support our mission of bringing healthcare to anyone, anytime, anywhere
A commitment to ethical practice and adherence to the highest standards of safeguarding of adults/children
A professional home working environment
Wifi connection. Minimum of 2 mbps up and download speed
WHAT WE WILL PROVIDE FOR YOU
33 days holiday (including bank holidays and closure days)
"Life Leave" - 2 days of extra leave to take when things you can't plan for happen
Contributory Pension Scheme
Fully personalised flexible benefits package including; Health Cash Plan, Life Assurance, EAP Service, Critical Illness Cover, employee discount and savings portal, Cycle to Work Scheme, Tech Scheme and Wine Club!
Enhanced family friendly policies
Flexible, home based role
Company laptop, monitor and keyboard, plus an allowance to purchase additional equipment
CPD/Growth day per year, plus personal development allowance to invest in your growth
Bespoke Healios Training, including schedule of monthly CPD for clinicians
A collaborative culture where curiosity, creativity, experimentation and innovation are fostered
A highly motivated and energetic team bringing a wide range of talents, experience and knowledge to solve complex challenges
Autonomy to shape and design world leading clinical pathways that harness the power of combining technology with evidence-based interventions and a human touch
Opportunities to grow and further develop your professional interests
A culture that challenges the status quo in pursuit of providing exceptional healthcare and an unrivalled experience for the clients and families we support
PRE- EMPLOYMENT CHECKS
As part of our pre-employment checks, all employees of Healios will be asked to have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Dependent on your role within the business, this will either be an Enhanced or Basic. A Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check may also be required. You will be asked to provide two professional references as a minimum.
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