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  • London, Cheltenham, Manchester

    Job title: Occupational Health Advisor

    Salary: £38,390 - £48,928, dependent on location, qualifications and experience

    Location(s): London, Cheltenham, Manchester (primarily London, but there may be potential to be based in Cheltenham and/or Manchester)

    Flexible working: opportunities available include part-time, full-time, compressed hours, job-share and regional office working (with a commitment to travel to London once a month). There may also be the possibility of some ad-hoc home working, though this will be limited due to the nature of the role.


    MI5 keeps the country safe from serious threats like terrorism and attempts by states to harm the UK, its people and way of life. They carry out investigations by obtaining, analysing and assessing intelligence, and then work with a range of partners, including MI6 and GCHQ to disrupt these threats. Through their protective security arm, they provide advice and guidance to government, businesses and other organisations about how to keep themselves safe. A role in MI5 means you’ll do unique and challenging work in a supportive and encouraging environment, making a real difference to UK national security.  


    As an Occupational Health Advisor, you’ll take on an exciting and challenging role within the well-established in-house Occupational Health function at MI5. This close-knit team looks after their most important assets – their people – so it’s incredibly important, valued and meaningful work. When you join MI5, you’ll build on your skills and take advantage of our unique learning and development opportunities. MI5 will see that you get the best out of yourself and do what matters most: protecting people.  


    To join MI5, you could either be an experienced and qualified Occupational Health Advisor and registered with NMC Part 1, or a registered nurse with a keen interest in Occupational Health and a willingness to undertake Occupational Health training, supported and funded by the organisation.


    Click here for full details about the role. Apply here.


    To be eligible to apply, you must be a British Citizen. If you hold dual nationality, of which one component is British, you will nonetheless be considered. Candidates must normally have been resident in the UK for seven out of the last ten years. This is particularly important if you were born outside the UK. You can apply at the age of 17 years, if successful you will not be offered a start date prior to your 18th birthday. Full eligibility details can be found on their website: 


    The closing date for this role is Monday 10th June

  • Remote
    Medigold Health

    Medigold Health is looking for a visionary Chief Medical Officer (CMO) to steer their clinical team and innovate their practices. As they continue to build the UK’s most relevant and forward-thinking workplace health and employee wellbeing business, they need a dynamic CMO at the clinical helm.

    So, if you are an experienced Consultant Occupational Health Physician, with a proven track record of outstanding clinical leadership and you're passionate about innovation, then you're the leader Medigold Health needs to propel their dynamic and ever-expanding business forward.

    What you'll get up to

    Fuelled by your understanding of the evolving labour landscape and your enthusiasm for pioneering new solutions, you will inspire and guide their clinicians as they work to advance Medigold Health's mission to keep more people in work, safe and well. Simultaneously, you will safeguard their clinical governance and uphold their reputation for quality and clinical excellence.

    You will also support their Board's strategic vision, aiming for excellence in their ambitious goals. Furthermore, you'll boost Medigold Health's industry presence by engaging with key bodies within OH and the wider business landscape.

    For more information about the role, please click here.

    Contact Details and Further Information

    Think you are the perfect fit? Drop the Chief People Officer, Katie Wery, an email at to arrange an informal chat about the opportunity and next steps.

    You can also view the full job description via the following link: 

    Closing date for applications is Thursday 30th May 2024.

  • Fordingbridge, Hampshire
    March on Stress

    Hybrid: Fordingbridge, office-based with some optional home working

    Full time (37.5 hours per week, Monday - Friday)

    Salary c25k p.a. plus benefits, depending on skills and experience

    An opportunity for a highly organised and detail-oriented administrator to join March on Stress' busy and dynamic mental health consultancy, supporting their Training (Operations), Business Development and Clinical teams, in providing an outstanding service to a wide variety of client organisations, course delegates and patients.

    Excellent organisational and people skills (including proficiency in Microsoft Office and Windows), strong attention to detail and the ability to multitask effectively, are essential. An ability to prioritise, switch tasks, work independently, as well as with an awareness of the whole team, are required.


    • Training support: end-to-end support, both internally and client-facing, including but not limited to calendar management, terms and conditions, joining instructions, and post course administration;
    • Clinical support: including but not limited to logging patient referrals, updating records, appointment setting and GP letters.

    For all areas of the business:

    • Perform general administrative tasks such as data entry, filing, and document management
    • Manage calendars, schedule appointments, and coordinate meetings
    • Answer phone calls and respond to inquiries in a professional and courteous manner
    • Coordinate travel arrangements for staff members
    • Maintaining employee records


    • Strong administrative skills with proficiency in various office software applications particularly Microsoft Office including Teams.
    • Excellent data entry skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
    • Exceptional organisational skills with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively
    • Excellent phone etiquette and communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality
    • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
    • Previous experience in an office or clerical role is essential

    This is a full-time position but March on Stress would consider requests for part-time working for the right candidate (hours must cover Mondays and Fridays). They offer a supportive work environment and opportunities for professional growth.

    If you are a motivated individual with excellent organisational skills and a strong attention to detail, they would love to hear from you. Please submit your CV, along with a covering letter highlighting your relevant experience to

    The closing date for this role is Friday 31st May.

  • Food Standards Agency

    Invitation to Tender: Occupational Health Services for the Food Standards Agency

    The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is seeking a qualified and experienced Occupational Health Service provider to support the health and wellbeing of their dedicated workforce.

    About FSA: The FSA is a non-ministerial government department responsible for safeguarding public health and protecting the interests of consumers in relation to food in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

    Scope of Work: This is a multiple-lot tender and tenderers are invited to bid for all lots or any combination of the three:

    • Lot 1 Occupational Health Services
    • Lot 2 Health Surveillance (audiometry and spirometry)
    • Lot 3 Health Surveillance Analysis and Advice

    The selected provider(s) will be expected to deliver a comprehensive range of occupational health services, including but not limited to:

    • Pre-employment health assessments
    • Absence management
    • Vaccinations and immunisations
    • Health promotion and wellbeing initiatives
    • Health surveillance and screening
    • Analysis and interpretation of health surveillance data

    Tender Requirements: Interested parties should have a proven track record in delivering occupational health services for multi-site medium-sized employers (approximately 1500 employees).

    How to Apply: For more information about this opportunity and to submit your tender, please visit Atamis You will need to register as a supplier to access the invitation to tender.

    Tenders must be submitted through the health-family single e-Commercial System (Atamis). Failure to do so will result in the tender response not being processed by the system and the response being automatically disqualified during the evaluation stage of the tender process.

    The FSA is committed to promoting equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified service providers.

    Join them in achieving their mission of food you can trust.

    The closing date is Friday 21st June at 12.00pm.

  • Various UK wide
    Park Health & Safety

    Job Title: Occupational Health Nurse
    Reports to: Nurse Manager
    Based: Various UK wide
    Core hours: Normal working hours, Monday through Friday

    Park is recruiting an experienced occupational health nurse. The work is within our existing team providing occupational health services, wellbeing and drop-in health support in the working environment. All candidates must be a Registered Adult Nurse (RGN), holding a valid NMC PIN with no restrictions.

    Your working day will vary depending on customer requirements to include fitness for work assessments, health surveillance, safety critical medicals, drug and alcohol screening and general wellness reviews. In addition, according to skill, knowledge and experience your role may involve the provision of onsite emergency response, pre-hospital treatment, accurate clinical assessments and treatment of workers.

    You will also be responsible for managing administration including arranging appointments, processing medical records, general paperwork and pre-placement questionnaires.

    Prior experience in an occupational health role would be an advantage as would A&E or pre-hospital nursing experience. Other desirable attributes include experience of the construction sector and a working knowledge of the Microsoft 365 environment.

    An excellent salary and benefits package is available according to qualifications and experience. If interested please send CV or expressions of interest to


    The closing date for this role is Sunday 30th June.