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  • (Ref: HRMA19/21)
    Type: Permanent Full-Time (Flexible working opportunities may also be considered)
    Salary: £58,676 - £66,075 (under review)

    The Medical Adviser will work as part of a large multidisciplinary team of professionals to provide advice to the Chief Constable, police officers and police staff on occupational health and well-being issues.

    This post will be suitable for prospective candidates of the Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Register and will be supported by the Chief Medical Adviser in relation to clinical/educational supervision and the annual review of competency progression. A training plan will be agreed for each year and all relevant Workplace Based Activities will also be supported. The opportunity to undertake a distance learning course and research to achieve both MSc and MFOM qualifications will also be provided.

    Successful applicants will be retained on a merit list for future opportunities arising.

    For the full job description, please click here.

    For the full person specification, please click here.

    For further details and to apply, please visit:

    Closing date: 3pm on Friday 14th May 2021

    PSNI is committed to being representative of the community we serve and welcomes all applicants interested in a career in policing.

  • Occupational Health Nursing Adviser
    (Ref: HROHNA20/21)
    Type: Permanent Full-Time (Flexible working patterns may also be considered)
    Salary: £38,890 - £44,503 (under review)

    The Occupational Health Nursing Adviser provides, assessment, care and advice to line management, police officers and police staff related to fitness for work, health and well-being, and health protection.

    The role holder will be a Registered Nurse, NMC Part 1, with a diploma, degree or MSc in occupational health nursing. They will be either registered on the third part of the NMC Register as an Occupational Health Nurse, or will have successfully completed an NMC-approved occupational health nursing diploma or degree course in the past 6 months to be eligible for registration on the third part of the NMC Register as an Occupational Health Nurse.

    Successful applicants will be retained on a merit list for future opportunities arising.

    For the full job description, please click here

    For the full person specification, please click here. 

    For further details and to apply, please visit:

    Closing date: 3pm on Friday 14th May 2021

    PSNI is committed to being representative of the community we serve and welcomes all applicants interested in a career in policing.

  • Liverpool, UK

    Post located at Well Travelled Clinics Limited
    Salary: £81,000 to £91,000 per annum (pro rata) - Dependant on experience/terms of employment, contracted or self-employed terms can be considered.
    Part time (14 hours per week, sessional),
    Permanent appointment Based in Liverpool

    This is a fantastic position for a newly qualified Occupational Health Physician with an interest in travel medicine to support the Senior Occupational Health Physician and occupational health team at LSTM, through the provision of occupational health services for corporate clients, providing pre and post deployment medical services and expert occupational and travel risk assessment, including humanitarian, oil & gas, and shipping workers.

    You will be working with an Experienced Occupational Health Consultant and Occupational Health Advisor and a team of travel and tropical medicine specialists. Training and development in travel health will be provided and you will be able to take advantage of continuing professional development (CPD) activities within LSTM. The successful candidate will support the oversight of occupational health assessment and surveillance and sickness and absence management services for corporate occupational health clients.

    You will also participate in the on-going business development and management support of the Occupational Health Service within Well Travelled Clinics.

    For the full advertisement, please click here.

    To view the job description and apply for the role, please click here.

    Closing Date: 18th May 2021

    Interview Date: 26th May 2021

  • Donnington, UK

    Salary: £82,096 - £110,683 pro rata

    Defence Primary Healthcare (DPHC), Northern Ireland, Wales and West Midlands have an exciting opportunity for a highly skilled and experienced Consultant. We are looking for someone to provide consultant support within DPHC (NIWW) in order to ensure that DPHC (NIWW) is able to provide a safe, effective and continuously improving Occupational Health (OH) service within its area of responsibility. This is a part time role for 20 hours per week. Although the department is located at Venning Barracks, Donnington, TF2 8JT, the role can be carried out remotely using supplied MOD IT equipment.

    Your main duties will include but are not limited to:

    - Providing DPHC medical staff and the Chain of Command with specialist OH advice concerning medical aspects of a Service Person’s (SP) employability, deployability and ongoing employment.
    - Undertaking Medical Boards on SP as determined by single service (sS) and Joint Medical Employment Policy, fulfilling the role of President or Board Member as necessary and as laid down in MOD and sS and Joint Medical Employment Policy, currently Army Policy.
    - Recording all clinical activities on the extant electronic system, currently Defence Medical Information Capability Programme (DMICP).
    - Providing employment advice and guidance to SP appearing before Medical Boards.
    - Undertaking regular clinical and managerial audit both internally and externally, completion of audit cycles, then carrying the information through to the implementation of change and improvement.
    - Assisting with development and teaching of healthcare personnel.

    The successful applicant will be required to hold the following:  

    - Full GMC registration with licence to practise.
    - CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training in Occupational Medicine).
    - Membership/Fellowship of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
    - Must be on the Specialist Register.

    Desirable criteria:

    - Suitable previous and substantial military experience either within DPHC or Regional Occupational Health Team.
    - Maintained clinical currency if retired.
    - A high level of computer literacy, including Microsoft Office.
    - Current UK driving licence.

    For the full job advertisement, please click here.

    To apply, please click here.

  • Portsmouth & Isle of White

    Portsmouth and Isle of Wight Strategic Acute Services Partnership

    Portsmouth Hospitals University and the Isle of Wight NHS Trusts are looking for a committed and talented Occupational Health Consultant to join the Health Safety and Wellbeing team. You will play a key role in providing expert clinical and professional support and leadership to a multi-disciplinary team operating across both Partnership organisations. Whilst you will be primarily based at Portsmouth, you will be expected to provide support to the Isle of Wight although this will mostly be undertaken remotely.

    The Health Safety and Wellbeing Service provides a comprehensive range of services for around 10,300 employees across both Partnership organisations. Additionally, it supports several external customers from different sectors including higher education, light industry and manufacturing, transportation and charitable organisations that bring added interest and scope to the role. You will be joining the team at an exciting time as both organisations begin on their Acute Services Strategic Partnership journey. Portsmouth Hospitals has recently been awarded University status and there are opportunities for research and development.

    The Health Safety and Wellbeing service in Portsmouth has been accredited with SEQOHS since 2012 and the Isle of Wight since 2013. They have a huge opportunity to both influence and be involved in the health and wellbeing agenda, with a strong focus on the development of early intervention and advice. They are looking for someone who is motivated, enthusiastic and innovative, and willing to champion a team approach to the development of our service. Applicants should have established skills in Occupational Medicine. A strong commitment to clinical supervision is key.

    The successful applicant should possess MFOM (or equivalent) and should be included on the Specialist Register or within 6 months of CCT at the time of interview, if currently within a training programme within the UK. In accordance with the Consultant appointment regulations, all other categories of doctors must be on the Specialist Register.

    For further details or to arrange an informal discussion, please contact Claire Winter, Senior Recruitment Assistant at Queen Alexandra Hospital via email

    Closing date: Sunday 23rd May 2021

    Interview date: Wednesday 7th July 2021

  • Exeter, United Kingdom

    Job Type: Permanent
    Job Hours: Full-time
    Salary: Up to £110,000 per annum

    In this exciting, newly imagined role you will provide leadership for the creation and development of a joint occupational health service for both Dorset Police and Devon & Cornwall Police. Replacing current in-house and outsourced arrangements with a unified in-house service, you will support our vision to be an exemplar for recruitment and retention by creating a Beacon of Excellence in Police Occupational Health provision.

    As Chief Medical Officer, you will be the principal occupational physician and strategic lead for health and wellbeing. You will shape and implement the health and wellbeing strategy, driving forward our focus on promoting and improving the emotional resilience of all our people. You will develop, enable and deliver high-quality occupational health services for 4600 police officers and 4000 police staff working across three counties.

    You will explore opportunities for further collaboration, and support research-based responses to the challenges facing health and wellbeing in modern policing. Building on our successful multi-agency approach, you will be the voice of occupational health in the Alliance, as well as providing representation and thought leadership both regionally and nationally.

    To succeed in this role, you will be a senior occupational physician with appropriate GMC registration. You will bring extensive experience in leading and strategically developing occupational health services in large, complex organisations. You will be able to demonstrate a track record of working across organisational boundaries and successfully promoting and implementing health and wellbeing at work.

    For further information about the role and the application process, please click on the apply link below to access a candidate pack. For a confidential discussion, contact Mark Bearn of HAYS Executive on 07872 672290

    To apply, please click here.

  • Heathrow, United Kingdom

    British Airways are looking for an outstanding Occupational Physician who, is GMC registered with a licence to practice in the UK, has experience and qualifications in Occupational Medicine and Aviation Medicine, enthusiasm and ability to anticipate and meet the demands of a large, complex commercial organisation.

    Your work will be challenging and varied; not only delivering a full range of occupational health services such as fitness for work assessments and health surveillance; but also, specialist aero-medical assessments and advice for colleagues, customers, and airline operation. You will be part of a diverse, inclusive workplace with great health and wellbeing, and make a difference by helping us all be our best selves at work.

    To apply, please click here