DSE / Ergonomic Assessor Greater Manchester Area

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DSE / Ergonomic Assessor Greater Manchester Area

Location: Covering Greater Manchester Area
Full time: Full time, 37 hours per week Monday – Thursday 09.00am – 5.30pm, Friday 09.00am – 05.00pm
Salary: £23,000 - £24,500 plus benefits
Contract: Permanent

Barry Bennett are one of the largest suppliers of assistive technology to students in receipt of DSA (Disabled Students’ Allowance) throughout the UK. We provide installation, familiarisation, training and aftercare to students who have been recommended assistive technology following an ‘assessment of study needs.

Ergonomic assessments are a specialist bolt-on service offered, following the in-depth assessment of study needs. The role of an assessor is to suggest improvements to the working environment of our students/clients, taking into consideration current diagnosis and history of issues relating to posture. Interventions generally involve recommendations for specialist equipment such as bespoke seating and ergonomic accessories.

Main Responsibilities
  • Working to detailed referral information, undertaking ergonomic and DSE assessments in face-to-face or online format
  • Draw on product knowledge to recommend appropriate specialist equipment, where necessary for the individual
  • Adapt solutions where necessary, liaising with our supply chain to ensure the solution meets the requirements of the individual
  • Creating reports of a high standard, in line with our standard template following each assessment undertaken
  • Working closely with our DSA and workplace teams to ensure any follow up is actioned, where necessary
The successful applicant will possess the following qualities
  • Excellent communication and strong customer-facing skills
  • Patient, friendly and professional manner with customers
  • Prior experience preferred in an ergonomics-based role within the DSA or workplace sector
  • Prior knowledge of the DSE regulations under the Health & Safety at Work Act (preferred)
  • Proactive approach to all asks undertaken
  • Comfortable working under pressure
  • A good standard written English and general IT skills
Further Information:
  • Laptop and mobile phone will be provided
  • You must be eligible to work in the UK
  • Candidates must have a full UK driving license
  • This role will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check
Benefits to include:
We have a range of company benefits available including:
  • Competitive salary
  • Private healthcare
  • Perk scheme
  • Additional birthday Leave *rules apply*
  • 23 days holiday + bank holidays
  • Birthday gift
  • Discounted gym memberships
  • Organised company social events

To apply please send an up to date CV to kirsty.simm@barrybennett.co.uk

Please Note - No Agencies

We are currently recruiting for a number of positions within our non-medical help team. Please click work for us for details.

As a Disability Confident Employer, Barry Bennett will undertake to interview an applicant with a disability who meets the minimum criteria for a job vacancy and will consider them on their abilities. If you wish to be regarded as disabled for this purpose, please indicate this on your application. Additionally, if you require information in accessible formats, please request this.

In addition to vacant positions, we welcome speculative approaches. If you are interested in a career at Barry Bennett Ltd, please submit your CV with a covering letter by post or email to the address below:

FAO: Kirsty Simm
Barry Bennett Ltd
Bennett House
Viking Street

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