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Case Manager

CASE MANAGER - £30,000p.a.



A wonderful opportunity for an experienced Nurse to become a Case Manager who will be an influential player in a small, flourishing and happy business. The whole business works as one team, centred on promoting the rehabilitation of our clients.

NCMUK is a highly respected case management company providing the highest quality rehabilitation services to adults and children who have sustained a catastrophic injury, including:

  • Brain Injury
  • Spinal Injury
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Complex Orthopaedic

NCMUK was founded over 11 years ago and is based near Sheffield. Due to continued growth we are seeking a Nurse Case Manager to work from home to cover England. The role will report directly to the Managing Director.

Role and responsibilities

  • Undertaking Initial Needs Assessments and recommending and costing holistic rehabilitation plans.
  • Proactive ongoing case management to implement agreed rehabilitation plans.
  • Ensuring that Case Management and therapeutic input is regularly measured against client centred realistic goals.
  • Overseeing recruitment of support workers and appointment of therapists.
  • Undertaking regular risk assessments and ensuring that mitigating actions are in place.
  • Undertaking a monthly home visit.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Exceptional interpersonal and communications skills both verbal and written.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Proactive and client centred.
  • Flexible, adaptable and resilient.
  • Motivational and innovative.
  • Team Player.

Qualifications and experience

  • Minimum 5 years post qualification clinical experience working with adults and/or children.
  • HCPC/ NMC or equivalent registration.
  • Full UK driving licence/own car – Mileage paid

If you believe that this exciting opportunity is for you, please submit your CV with covering letter to

Case Manager

Neuro Case Management Corporation Limited
Work from home

Published on 3 May 2021

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