Lee - Case Manager, Occupational Therapist and Care Expert
“I feel that I have become a more innovative and proactive therapist as a result of J Webb.”
We sent Heidi and Nikki back to the very beginning to consider why they began Care Expert work in the first place. It became clear as they chatted that they were coming from backgrounds of academic qualification and hands-on experience. Both have worked in statutory services and independent practice. Their skills were honed in their respective fields, having held their current roles for some time, and they felt they had confidence in their clinical reasoning to consider Care Expert work. This process wasn’t a quick one and it took some years for them to feel confident they could do this work, which is the common theme amongst our Expert Team.
- 6+ years’ practical, hands-on clinical experience.
- Recent hands-on experience of working with orthopaedic, amputee, multi-trauma injuries, neurological injury, birth injury or long-term disability.
- Capacity to accommodate 10 hours work per week, in addition to your current clinical role
We believe Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Nurses and Social Workers working in Adult Social Care, NHS Community Care, independent care/case management or other independent streams of work make the best Care Experts.
Ideally you need to have been involved in recommending meaningful care packages, suitable aids and equipment, and significant housing adaptations for those with physical disability or neurological impairment.
Solicitor Trevor Sterling, Partner at Moore Barlow, tells us more about the qualities required to be a Care Expert. In addition, a number of our Experts explain the characteristics they feel are important for success as a Care Expert.
Lisa - Case Manager, Nurse and Care Expert
“I feel truly valued and appreciated, and despite being 140 miles away I really feel part of a team.”
Karen - Case Manager, Occupational Therapist and Care Expert
“I wouldn’t want to consider doing this work with anyone else”
Your first step towards becoming a Care Expert with Jacqueline Webb is to complete this short online questionnaire; this will register you for our Talent Pool!
Being part of our Talent Pool will mean you receive contact from our Recruitment Team via phone, regular emails, snail mail, virtual event invites and/or meeting opportunities. You will receive our ‘Introduction to Care Expert work’ pack in the post initially, but you may also get the odd freebie thrown in along the way. We will also contact you to arrange an initial conversation and to answer any questions. Attaching your CV is optional, but is always a big help in understanding you, so attach it if you can.
We keep our talent pool small as we want to keep in touch with the best potential Care Experts in a personal and bespoke way.
Importantly, filling this in does not mean you have to be ready to take on the work now, but it will allow you to learn more about us without the commitment of application and it allows us to understand how your experience matches our opportunity.