SOM is looking for one (and possibly two) strategic clinical advisers to support the SOM in its special interest groups and clinical activities. We will offer:
- Full induction, personal development and monitoring with opportunities to network and share experiences
- Complimentary attendance at SOM led events (e.g. conferences / courses) where possible, including the opportunity to attend external events as a SOM representative
- Use of SOM linked meeting rooms for SOM business, budget dependent
- Listing on SOM website as team member and travel and lunch expenses
Reporting to SOM CEO, with Observer role at Board
Time - half a day commitment per week
Duties and Responsibilities:
Specific duties include, but may not be limited to:
Support the SOM Team with clinical advice, specifically related to special interest groups, policy work, a new “shadowing” initiative and strategic activity
Participate in, and provide clinical advice, at meetings SOM team members are invited to
The opportunity to advise the SOM team in its Occupational Health and Medicine communication activities
Clinical qualification, preferably in OH
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Outlook
Attention to detail
Problem solving skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Please send cover letter and CV to Nick Pahl at firstname.lastname@example.org by end of March
The Belfast Trust wishes to appoint a Specialty Doctor in Occupational Health. Whilst a full time post is available consideration would also be given to those wishing to work lesser than full time hours.
The Occupational Health Service is an in house service with a suite of clinical and consulting rooms, based at McKinney House, Musgrave Park Hospital and is both ISO and SEQOHS accredited.
The successful applicant will work under the supervision of a Consultant and will be an integral part of the multi-disciplinary team, which includes doctors, nurses, clinical psychologists, an occupational therapist, psychiatrist, physiotherapists and administrative staff providing a high standard of support and advice to employees.
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Volunteering for the Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) is an enjoyable, rewarding and fulfilling experience. Volunteering is suitable for anyone who is interested in making a tangible difference to help people have healthier working lives or who wishes to spend some of their spare time in a meaningful way.
If you are a healthcare professional looking to work in the sector of occupational health (OH) in the future, or somebody who is looking to give back to OH, then the SOM can offer you a valuable platform.
The SOM may be able to help with expenses such as travel in and around London and lunch, upon discussion before you commence volunteering.
Contact the SOM to see what roles and opportunities may be available: Nick.Pahl@som.org.uk
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