Clinical Therapies Opportunities

Make a difference by completing paediatric clinical assessments

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TTM Healthcare Solutions (TTM) is recruiting ADOS trained Psychologists, Speech & Language Therapists and Occupational Therapists for ongoing full-time and part-time contracts to conduct Paediatric Clinical Assessments, including AON and ASD assessments, working as part of a Multidisciplinary Team.

Assessments can be completed during the week or at weekends in multiple sites, meaning you can work around your existing schedule in a hybrid capacity. You will be employed in a private capacity by TTM.

Apply now using the form below and one of our specialist team will be in touch.


1.Flexibility that Fits Your Life:
At TTM, we understand the importance of balance in your life. Our assessments can be completed during the week or at weekends, across multiple sites nationwide. This flexibility allows you to seamlessly integrate your work with your existing schedule in a hybrid capacity.

2.Competitive Compensation:
We value your expertise and commitment. Enjoy a highly competitive pay structure that recognises your skills and dedication to the field of psychology.

3.Supportive Project Management:
You won't be alone in this journey. TTM provides a dedicated project manager who will handle the logistics, liaise with clients, and schedule appointments, allowing you to focus on what you do best – making a positive impact through your assessments.

4.Tools for Success:
We equip you with the tools you need to excel in your role. A provided laptop and assessment tools ensure you have everything at your fingertips to deliver high-quality assessments.

5.Referral Bonus:
Your recommendations matter to us. Refer a colleague, and you could be eligible for our referral bonus, acknowledging the value of your professional network.


• Recognised/validated university degree or diploma.
• Previous experience conducting AON and ASD assessments.
• Minimum 1 year post qualification experience of working with children with a range of disabilities/developmental delay and their families in the public sector.