What to expect

What to expect when you work with us

Our people are our priority

We are committed to creating an environment where our employees feel valued, engaged and equipped with the right skills to succeed. At Independent Assessment Services, we have a structure of support and training in place to help you get started and build your career with us. Our collaborative culture means that we listen to and act on colleague feedback and suggestions to create a positive workplace experience.

Dedicated Academy to support new starters

We’re passionate about supporting new starters and making sure they have the most positive experience possible. New clinical recruits join the IAS Academy for six months with continuous support and training from mentors and managers, equipping them with the confidence and capability needed to move into their permanent roles.

Great clinical support

Claimants depend on us to be accurate and fair. There's always support on hand if you have any queries and all our health professionals are assigned a dedicated Clinical Support Lead (CSL). 

Continuous learning

Keeping up your qualifications is both expected and encouraged. You get the opportunity to develop with detailed clinical training and your professional fees are reimbursed by Independent Assessment Services.

The team spirit here is great

We acknowledge that this is a different environment for you, so we put in extra effort to make sure you settle in. Working as a team and helping one another be at our best, we get a real buzz from constantly improving and reaching our day-to-day and professional goals. Our teams are also active in their local communities, keeping the team spirit up through fundraising activities for local and national charities. 

It’s an environment of excellence 

Independent Assessment Services has a vision: To deliver assessments to consistently high quality standards. 

You will be challenged, but it’s rewarding

It’s key that you maintain your focus, make sure you look at all the information in hand, and ask all the questions you need to in order to create a high quality, accurate report. As you get used to the systems it becomes easier and the processes that are in place really help you with your job. It may take some time to get your head around everything, but there’s always someone on hand to help and support you.

You can balance your work and your home life!

You get weekends off and a standard working week, while still using your health professional skills.