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  • Scotland, UK

    Employment Type: Full/Part Time
    Employment Period: Permanent
    Salary: £34,951 to £63,319
    Location: West Kilbride, GB

    EDF are recruiting for an Occupational Health Advisor to join their team at Hunterston B Power Station in West Kilbride.

    As the leader on all occupational health matters, you’ll be part of a unique industry where no day is the same, working on an array of nuclear specific matters such as emergency scheme arrangements and radiological protection. You’ll work with HR colleagues and line managers to support employees across the power station. You’ll also liaise closely with a team of occupational health professionals, from Sessional Doctors and Physiotherapists, to local GP’s and industry safety colleagues, ensuring a safe and compliant environment for all. Your effective and confident communication skills will be paramount to promoting health and wellbeing at work through the implementation of comprehensive health strategies.

    You’ll be the leading advocate of Occupational Health at Hunterston B Power Station, creating a proactive service that complies with industry regulations and works to benefit all colleagues. Through the creation and development of procedures and standards for the workforce to adhere to, you’ll ensure the clinical and corporate governance of the station. Emergency Arrangements are a crucial part of everyday life on our power station and you’ll be responsible for the planning and execution of key roles for training and real events, ranging from First Aid requirements to strategising with other leaders.

    For the full job description and to apply, please click here.

  • London, United Kingdom

    Salary: Highly competitive plus range of benefits
    Location: Kennington, London with flexible remote working
    Contract Type: Permanent
    Hours: Ideally full time, but can consider a minimum of 3 days per week

    Working in partnership with one of the largest police services in the world, Optima Health has the
    shared objective of ensuring the Metropolitan Police Service becomes the benchmark blue light service in
    caring for the health and wellbeing of its employees.

    This unique OH Physician role is pivotal in delivering this vision and helping to “Keep London Safe”
    and “Create a Metropolitan Police where keeping healthy and well is as much a part of our culture as
    fighting crime”.

    As a truly outstanding OH Physician, you’ll provide and deliver agreed occupational medicine
    services, clinics and case work and be an ambassador for the service. You will liaise with the CMO
    and other clinical leads to ensure a co-ordinated and consistent approach to maintaining and
    enhancing high professional and service delivery standards.

    You will possess solid experience as an OH Physician working at consultant level and will preferably
    be a Member of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine with specialist accreditation or have achieved
    Associate status. Experience of police OH work or other safety critical industries is advantageous, but
    not essential.

    To apply please forward a copy of your CV to recruitment@optimahealth.co.uk quoting reference
    2339. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion or to find out more about this career defining
    opportunity, please contact the CMO of the Metropolitan Police Service, Dr Alister Scott at
    alister.scott@met.police.uk.

    Closing Date: 28th July 2021

    Optima Health is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an
    equal opportunity employer. All applicants meeting the minimum criteria for the role will receive
    consideration for employment without regard to age, gender or gender expression, disability, race or
    ethnicity, religion or belief or sexual orientation.

  • Durham, UK

    Occupational Health Adviser (Students)
    Job Number: 21000746
    Permanent, Full Time (35 hours p/w) £33,797 to £40,322

    The purpose of this role is to provide Occupational Health services to the students of Durham University (particularly in relation to fitness assessments, health surveillance and the promotion of health and wellbeing) as well as advising university staff who are engaged in the support of student health and wellbeing. Working as part of the Occupational Health Team the role will also provide services to staff when required.

    This new post is an exciting development arising from the University’s first Health and Wellbeing Strategy. Further information about the recently published strategy can be found on the Health and Wellbeing Hub webpages: https://www.dur.ac.uk/wellbeing

    Although line-managed by the Senior Manager (Occupational Health) in the HR Department for professional development, clinical supervision and clinical governance purposes, given the student focus of this role, the postholder will receive functional leadership from the Student Wellbeing Office, Student Support & Wellbeing Directorate, Colleges and WSE Division.

    Key requirements:

    1. Educated to degree level (or equivalent experience).
    2. Occupational Health Specialist practitioner with knowledge and expertise used to contribute to the delivery and development of services, events and activities within the organisation. Evidence knowledge of the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 and specifically in relation to the protected characteristics and the duty to make reasonable adjustments.
    3. Evidence knowledge of the GDPR, Medical records legislation and the NMC professional code.
    4. Demonstrate up to date knowledge and expertise in the speciality of Occupational Health.
    5. Specialist Community Public Nurse (Occupational Health) registered with the NMC.

    At Durham University, their aim is to create an open and inclusive environment where everyone can reach their full potential and believe their staff should reflect the diversity of the global community in which they work. They welcome and encourage applications from members of groups who are under-represented in their work force including people with disabilities, women and black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

    For further information and to apply, please click here

    Closing date: 9th August 2021

  • West Midlands, UK

    This is an opportunity to play a lead role in the service provision and strategic development of a well-established charitable occupational health provider based in the West Midlands.

    This self-employed post will require a broad based experience of different occupational health sectors, the ability to lead a team of physicians and to work with other clinical and non-clinical senior managers within the organisation to drive service improvement and development.

    This is a replacement post which is becoming available due to planned retirement. It is likely the successful applicant will hold the Fellowship of the Faculty Occupational Medicine. The role is for 2.5 days a week.

    For the full job description, please click here

    To apply, email your CV and a covering letter to Helen Hooper, Chief Executive, to: HelenHooper@mohs.co.uk.

    To arrange an informal discussion with the current holder of the post, Dr Malcolm Cathcart, contact Lianne Goddard, Coordinator of Medical Services, on 0121 601 4041 or email: LianneGoddard@mohs.co.uk

    Closing Date: Friday 13th August 2021