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  • Southampton

    Online applications are invited for a full time Consultant Occupational Physician post to join this large multidisciplinary occupational health and wellbeing service. This is a replacement post (10 Programmed Activities), and is based at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS).

     

    WHAT YOU’LL DO
    The successful applicant will be involved in all aspects of clinical work, including pre-employment and fitness for work assessments, advice on immunisations and risk assessments, and UHS's award-winning rehabilitation service (Return2Health). You will also have responsibilities for teaching and education. UHS actively encourage involvement of its clinicians in the national OH agenda. The new consultant will be accountable to the lead consultant in Occupational Health at UHS (who is also the head of the occupational health service). You will be a clinical supervisor to a speciality trainee. UHS anticipate opportunities to be involved in service leadership over the next 2-4 years.

    WHAT UHS IS LOOKING FOR
    You’ll need to have a CCT in occupational medicine or be on the GMC’s Specialist Register. Alternatively you could be within six months of obtaining your CCT on the date of the AAC may also apply. The ideal candidate will be
    • An enthusiastic but careful decision maker
    • An excellent communicator
    • Able to influence others positively and supportively
    • Able to demonstrate leadership in a multi-professional environment

    Although the advertised post is full-time, UHS may be able to accommodate a range of part time options, and is also willing to discuss a degree of flexibility about location. Therefore, UHS would actively encourage applicants who wish to work part time, or for whom geography might be a barrier. A relocation package would be available for the successful candidate if required. Should you wish to discuss the post further please contact Dr Julia Smedley, Head of OH at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust (julia.smedley@uhs.nhs.uk or via her PA 02381 20 3645).

     

    View the person specification here.

     

    Apply online here.

  • Wokingham, United Kingdom

    This is an exciting opportunity to join Cordell Health Ltd, a social enterprise delivering new and novel solutions into the workplace wellbeing space.

    They have a position as a Specialist Registrar (StR) in Occupational Medicine covering a variety of sectors across their business.

    Occupational Medicine training is delivered over a four-year programme in accordance with GMC requirements for specialist training, starting at ST3. The post will attract an industrial National Training Number and provide training towards a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in Occupational Medicine. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake training in Occupational Medicine and to achieve all the competencies as laid down in the Faculty of Occupational Medicine CCT curriculum 2017 within a four-year time frame.

    The post will ideally be full time and based at the main office at Finchampstead, Wokingham, although they may be able to accommodate being based in one of their other larger clinics at Guildford or Bristol. Clinical work and meetings will be in a variety of clinic locations and client sites. Consideration will be given for any applicant who may wish to work less than full-time. Applications from those who have already commenced training will be considered.

    For a full job description, please click here

    For further information and discussion about the role contact Dr Nikki Cordell FFOM, Managing Director and Educational Supervisor, by email: nikki@cordellhealth.co.uk or call 0118 207 6190.

    For further information about the company go to: www.cordellhealth.co.uk.

  • Can you help deliver a modern, relevant professional body to improve workplace health?

     

    From June 2020 we wish to recruit a trustee to join SOM’s nine-person board for a three-year term (the maximum term of office is six years).

     

    Our Board of Trustees is responsible for ensuring that we meet our charitable aims and legal obligations. It provides a focused decision-making process, working with the Chief Executive, and staff team.

     

    We are interested in someone who has a background in the commercial sector particularly with digital skills.

     

    Candidates are invited to provide a short brief (no more than 250 words) and CV to nick.pahl@som.org.uk.

     

    More information here.

  • All UK

    Lexxic is a specialist psychological consultancy focussing on neurodiversity in the workplace. As part of Lexxic’s next stage of development, they are excited to be recruiting for Associates across the UK and Ireland.

    This is an opportunity for forward-thinking professionals to support their continuing growth and ensure their services are delivered to the highest quality standards for ther clients. You will be an ambassador for Lexxic for many of the most progressive companies in the UK, as well as playing a critical role in delivering innovative services that build upon Lexxic’s culture and reinforce their values. 

    Associate Occupational Psychologist and/or Chartered Psychologist

    You will be a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, registered with the HCPC, or working towards this. You will have experience of assessing individuals for specific learning difficulties/neurodifferences, such as Dyslexia and Dyspraxia (DCD), and/or experience of delivering training/coaching (one to one and/or groups). You will have strong attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and organisation and planning skills. 

    Working hours: Flexible. Place of work: Regional dependent upon your geographic location.

    Associate Coach

    You will be required to conduct coaching with our clients, either on site at their place of work, or online via video conferencing (such as Zoom). Ideally, you will have experience of working one to one with clients delivering coaching. You would be provided with inhouse materials to deliver this coaching on various topics, from reading strategies to confidence building.

    Working hours: Flexible. Place of work: Regional dependent upon your geographic location.

    To apply for either of these roles, please attach your CV and a one-page Cover Letter detailing your skills and experience. In addition, please let us know what attracts you to the role you are applying for and your key values.

    Applications should be addressed to Rebecca Wones, Director of Psychological Assessment: jobs@lexxic.com Rebecca Wones may also be contacted should you have questions about either position or schedule an informal conversation.

    For the full job advertisement, please click here

    To learn more about Lexxic, please visit: http://www.lexxic.com