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We’re recruiting – Brain Injury Case Manager

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Job Title:

Brain Injury Case Manager





Closing Date:

19th February 2016

Interview Date:

To be confirmed

More information

JS Parker Ltd is one of the leading providers of specialist case management and rehabilitation services to adults and children with brain and spinal injuries, also working with people who have sustained other catastrophic injuries or have complex disabilities.

JSP was established in 1994 and is a successful rehabilitation and case management consultancy working in close co-operation with the legal profession. From our offices in Manchester, Sheffield, Stocksfield and Edinburgh we currently provide services to more than 400 clients, managing approximately 400 support workers on our clients’ behalf.

Due to increasing demand for our services in the North West region, we are seeking to recruit a case manager with previous experience in the field of brain injury and/or spinal injury rehabilitation.

This post offers the opportunity to be flexible, creative, client-focused and well-resourced to meet the needs of clients and their families.

You will work in a small team with high levels of support and training, from an attractive office in central Manchester. The service covers the whole of the North West and the role will involve visiting clients throughout the area. You will be able to collaborate with other case managers in the company from various professional backgrounds including social work, occupational therapy, psychology and nursing, providing a wide range of knowledge and approaches to brain injury.

The successful candidate must have a qualification in occupational therapy, social work, nursing, physiotherapy or related field and be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) or Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). You will manage a small but busy caseload providing ongoing case management and medico-legal assessments. A thorough induction and in-house training programme is provided alongside the opportunity for external training.

This is an exciting opportunity to join our successful team and to contribute to an organisation well respected in the field of brain injury.

For an informal discussion regarding this post please contact Fiona Howson, regional manager (Manchester) on 0161 247 7756.

For an information pack and application form please contact us on 0161 247 7756.