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Would you like to join a dynamic, well established and expanding company? We are looking to recruit Consultants and Case Managers nationwide.

Do you crave a new challenge? Are you looking for a new way to use your clinical knowledge, and the freedom to use your own initiative to make a real difference?

We Offer

  • Friendly, professional working environment or work from home with full administrative support using our state of the art IT system
  • Hours to suit either employed or self-employed as an associate member of our team
  • Flexible working hours
  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Excellent professional development opportunities
  • Opportunities to learn new skills and experience different ways of working
  • Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Supportive environment – Work independently, safe in the knowledge that you are being well supported.

Using your professional skills we can offer opportunities within the following fields:

Case Management

Case Management is a process devoted to the coordination, rehabilitation, care and support of people with complex, clinical needs. It aims to facilitate their independence and improve their quality of life; whilst acknowledging safety issues.

Who are Case Managers?

Case Management draws on the involvement and valuable skills of qualified and regulated professionals such as therapists, nurses or social workers.

Case Managers should have a relevant professional qualification and have acquired knowledge and experience of working with clients in either a hospital or community environment. We would look to recruit suitable candidates with experience of working with clients suffering from Spinal Injuries or Traumatic Brain Injuries. We would also look to recruit candidates who have experience of working with children with complex needs and those who have experience of working with clients at the end of life.

What do Case Managers do?

A Case Manager assesses the needs of clients and their families and identifies relevant and cost effective resources which can be made available to them in order to obtain maximum benefit for the client, the family and the budget holder. A plan is prepared and implemented to create a regime individually tailored for each client.

Expert Witness

“Persons with particular knowledge or skill which enables them to give an opinion on the facts in dispute”

He or she is someone who gives an independent opinion on the facts of the case. They are entitled to give that opinion because of their qualifications and experience. They cannot express an opinion without having a foundation of fact.

Tania Brown Ltd provides Expert Care and Occupational Therapy Reports for Solicitors and Insurance companies throughout the UK through our trained and experienced consultants.

Tania Brown Ltd is also a member of the UK Register of Expert Witness.

What you need to be an Expert Witness

You will have at least 8 years relevant clinical experience and preferably still be working in the clinical arena.

Expert Witness consultants need to have the ability to undertake a thorough assessment of our clients care needs and prepare a detailed and comprehensive report for court within agreed timescales. An an Expert Witness working for Tania Brown Ltd you will be required to manage the case through to settlement. This may require you to attend Court to defend your report, to liaise with other professionals and attend at Case Conferences or to prepare a joint statement with the Defendants/Claimants Expert. As an Expert Witness you may be required to travel around the UK and abroad, although we will refer cases to you that require the minimum travel distance. We are looking to recruit Expert Witnesses to work nationwide and Consultants to prepare Expert Witness reports for court. Please forward your CV for consideration For an informal discussion please contact Tania Brown Ltd on 01257 473967.

Rehabilitation Coach

“As a Rehab Coach your role will be to co-ordinate with the Client, case manager, support team and other professionals involved to maintain ongoing rehabilitation objectives and care pathways. This will include looking at all aspects of the clients programme from Compensatory aids to client care plans making sure that all it all runs to enable the client to achieve their goals. Your duties will include;”

  • Writing and delivering systems/guidelines and looking at compensatory aids for all aspects of daily living.
  • Reviewing current support worker intervention and training needs.
  • Working on client specific goals to ensure they are client-centred and being progressed.
  • Research into client’s needs to provide solutions.
  • Writing client specific care plans and risk assessments.
  • Facilitating input from other professionals.
  • Developing complex behavioural strategies for client’s team.
  • Facilitate effective communication between all persons involved in client’s programme.
  • Supervision and guidance of teams of support workers to give direction in role and use reporting tools for information gathering.

“The process of restoration of skills by a person who has had an illness or injury so as to regain maximum self-sufficiency and function in a normal or as near normal manner as possible”

Rehabilitation is a term used to describe the methods used to enhance and build on a person’s natural recovery.

Tania Brown Ltd specialises in offering an integrated system of rehabilitation that allows the person to move gradually from a state of high dependence to being as independent as possible.

Rehabilitation strategies are specifically aimed at achieving an optimum level of function for the individual within the home, educational environment or the workplace.

A Multidisciplinary team of nurses and therapists provide a clinical outcome-led service to clients with Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy and Spinal Injuries.

Clients, family members and Support Staff are taught strategies to help them deal with their difficulties; goals will be identified and worked towards within specific timescales.

We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated staff team to join us in providing a unique specialist service, working within a psychosocial and neuro rehabilitation model of care.

We would expect you to have a minimum of three years clinical experience in a relevant discipline.

Support Worker

As a support worker you will be required to work under the direction of registered health care professionals and other parties involved from the case manager to the Rehabilitation Assistant to provide a consistent approach in delivering Rehabilitation support. This will include;

  • Work effectively as a member of a team in providing rehabilitation support. This is usually without immediate supervision.
  • Use therapeutic skills to engage clients in therapeutic activities to reduce the impact of impairments, promoting independence and improving well-being.
  • Under supervision of the case manager and the rehabilitation assistant, facilitate and participate in planned activities, ongoing assessment and adjustment of own clinical interventions based on the fluctuating needs of the clients.
  • To teach and Role Model use of Compensatory Aids and systems to clients, optimize the client’s functional ability and independence.
  • Gather and accurately record information about clients.
  • Contribute to formal therapy assessments, under guidance of a registered therapist and provide feedback on the client’s performance.
  • Assist in the implementation, evaluation and modification of clients Care pathway and rehabilitation objectives.
  • Under supervision of your line manager, provide a range of activities; instructing and guiding clients to support them in achieving identified goals.
  • Undertake delegated tasks to contribute to the safe and smooth running of the service.
  • Form therapeutic relationships with clients and communicate with them in a way that respects their views, autonomy and culture.
  • Report effectively to the team on client’s performance.
  • Ensure that up-to-date written records are maintained with the guidance from the Rehabilitation Assistant/Case manager.
  • Review and reflect on own practice and performance through regular participation in professional supervision and appraisal.
  • Participate in ongoing training and education as dictated by your line manager.
  • Display good time management and reliable punctuality.
  • Incorporate up to date techniques and ideas of best practice into your Job role.
  • To undertake any other appropriate additional duties as required.

We would look to recruit dynamic and enthusiastic individuals who have experience of working with clients with complex needs either in a hospital or community setting. Full in house training will be provided for suitable candidates.

Please fill in the contact form on the right or forward your CV for consideration to For an informal discussion please contact Tania Brown Ltd on 01257 473967.