Based in Chiswick, West London, with occasional UK and overseas travel.
Seadrill, in collaboration with International SOS, is currently recruiting for a Corporate Medical Director.
Seadrill is one of the world’s most modern offshore deepwater drilling companies. Using groundbreaking technology we operate in 15 countries across five continents, employing some 5,000 people representing 65 nationalities. Sharing best practice across our diverse global teams, we’re creating an environment that encourages you to voice your opinion and bring new ideas. So, if you’re proactive, collaborative and open to change you’ll find new ways to realise your potential here.
As the Corporate Medical Director, you’ll play a critical role in leading our health systems management and clinical governance. As a physician working closely with internal and external health stakeholders, you’ll positively impact the quality of medical care and occupational health service that Seadrill contracts to support our global workforce.
Day-to-day, you’ll develop and implement policies, procedures and programmes related to the medical care and occupational health of Seadrill employees in each country of operation. Continually seeking to improve the level of care provided, you’ll oversee training, drills and continuing training for Medics employed by Seadrill. In addition to working with local medical experts, you’ll act on a variety of case escalations and conduct case reviews, providing reports on significant adverse medical or health related incidents. As a standard bearer for good health in the company, you’ll participate in health promotion campaigns, as well as representing Seadrill at industry conferences and seminars.
To make an immediate impact, you’ll be a licensed physician (GMC or equivalent) with a minimum of seven years clinical medical practice with experience in occupational health and the oil and gas industry. You’ll be a highly organised individual with exceptional communication skills, the ability to thrive under pressure and show flexibility when facing numerous competing demands. This is an outstanding opportunity to play an important and visible role in one of the leading offshore oil and gas drilling contractors.
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RPS Occupational Health is part of an International Consultancy that provides high quality Occupational Health (OH) services and risk management to organisations from all sectors of business and the private sector across the UK.
We are seeking to recruit an experienced Occupational Health Physician (OHP) to join our Mansfield team.
This role will see you being responsible for the delivery of a range of clinical services in accordance with RPS/Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) standards/governance requirements and to a broad portfolio of clients.
You will be working as part of a highly motivated customer focused team, carrying out office and client site-based clinics/workplace visits, across a variety of different industry sectors.
As part of this role it will provide you with the exciting opportunity to train as the Clinical Lead for a newly established Tiers 5 HAVS Laboratory at Mansfield. Coupled with being the lead on the educational supervision of doctors recruited to GMC approved training posts. Whilst working alongside the Medical Director and Operational leads to help shape and secure successful and sustainable OHP succession arrangements.
Skills, qualifications and experience required:
• GMC Specialist Register entry for OM and with a valid Licence to Practise
• Minimum MFOM
• Previously held a Senior OHP position
• Able to demonstrate specialist knowledge and expertise, with focus in Tier 4 HAVS
• Be an established Educator Supervisor and committed to training the next generation of OPs
• Able and willing to complete travel throughout the Midlands and to other RPS offices
• Hold a full UK driving license
• Appointed Doctor for Lead, Asbestos, Radiation
• OG UK & RUK experience
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Salary: Starting from £64,000
Location: Gloucester, GB
Closing Date: 30 September 2019
EDF are recruiting a trainee Occupational Physician. The Occupational Medicine training programme is a four-year programme offered on a fixed term contract, starting at ST3. During this time, the trainee's work will be monitored for satisfactory progress and subject to annual reviews in the form of Annual Reviews of Competency Progression (ARCPs). Progression on the programme will be dependent upon these reviews.
The programme is based in Gloucester but there will be opportunities to travel to a number of different sites to gain experience across EDF Energy. In addition there may be opportunities to undertake short secondments with other Occupational Health providers.
Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications & Experience
- Be eligible for full registration with, and hold a current licence to practice from the GMC at intended start date.
- Have evidence of achievement of foundation competences from a UKFPO-affiliated foundation program or equivalent, by time of application in line with GMC standards/Good Medical Practice.
- Be eligible to undertake training in Occupational Medicine as defined by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
- Have a UK driving licence
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An exciting opportunity has arisen with M.K. Occupational Health Ltd for a suitably qualified and experienced Occupational Health Physician to help develop the business and maintain the organisation as an industry leader in Occupational Health provision.
Ideally the business is seeking individuals to commit to an employed position on a full or part time basis with longevity of commitment to develop the business as part of the senior management team. The role is for up to 5 days per week covering monthly clinics in the following areas - Milton Keynes, Northampton, Kettering, Aylesbury, Bedford and Stevenage. 50% of the work is in Milton Keynes. MKOH will also consider 1 full time or a number of part time physicians to fulfil this role.
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For further enquiries regarding the role and to apply please contact Nick Carter or James Blackhurst:
P: 01908 262 464
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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