Occupational Health Advisor
Full Time, Permanent
£33,360 - £39,183
An exciting opportunity has arisen at the Staffordshire Police Occupational Health Department for an Occupational Health Adviser. They are looking for a Registered Nurse with an Occupational Health qualification and experience in an Occupational Health environment.
This is a full time role with the benefits of flexible working, and is part of the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Team within Occupational Health, providing support to Staffordshire Police and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service.
The successful candidate will need to carry out a full OH remit, including complex case management, pre-placement assessments, health surveillance, workplace assessments, educational presentations, etc, both face to face and remotely.
You will be expected to support and advise both managers and individuals regarding matters affecting employee health and their ability to fulfil their role requirements, providing support to employees either at work or after periods of sickness when returning to work.
The position would suit someone who can demonstrate the ability to work autonomously, managing their own caseload by prioritising to meet challenging deadlines, and taking personal responsibility while working with minimal supervision.
The ideal candidate will work co-operatively as part of a multi-disciplinary team, supporting colleagues and developing positive working relationships across a range of other disciplines within the organisation.
You will also have strong communication skills, with an ability to support equality within the workplace and promoting good communications between Occupational Health, the employee and the wider business, ensuring client confidentiality in line with GDPR at all times.
The closing date for receipt of completed applications Midday Wednesday 6th July.
Interviews have been scheduled for 15th and 20th July (subject to change)
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Join the Isle of Man Government as an Occupational Health Service Manager! They are looking for someone with experience of teaching and training and significant experience of working within the Occupational Health Field to be part of their small, friendly and supportive team.
Within this role, you will promote positive mental wellbeing and empower employees to manage their own health conditions ensuring a high standard of advice and support is delivered to all service users.
This role allows you to make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of the working age population and be able to manage your own complex, clinical caseload supporting a diverse workforce.
If you would relish the challenge of being responsible for the strategic development and direction of the Service and are passionate about providing evidence based advice to support individuals to stay in or return to work, they would love to hear from you.
The Isle of Man is a great place to live and work and by joining their SEQOHS accredited Occupational Health Services team, you will also be able to benefit from what the Island, their lifestyle and working environment has to offer.
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