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Current Vacancies

  • Northern Ireland

    Due to continued expansion Health Matters have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Lead Nurse to join their team and compliment the existing clinical governance and leadership provision.

    The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience of managing and guiding a clinical team to deliver an ethical and professional occupational health service to their clients. However, it is important to note that a forward thinking and proactive senior nurse would be considered on demonstration of the required skillset potential.

    The work involved will involve supporting, developing and managing a team of professional practitioners to drive their ethical and professional values, ensuring an excellent service is received by all. Moreover, the successful candidate will also play a central role in the clinical quality management processes within the company.

    The role will also include the periodic delivery of a full Occupational Health remit including: Statutory Health Surveillance, Fitness for Work Assessments, Management Referrals and Pre-Placement Assessments within Northern Ireland.

    For a full job description, please click here

    A very competitive salary with added employment benefits will be offered for the right candidate.

    Health Matters are happy to discuss fufilling the role on a full time permanent or part time position.

    If you see yourself being part of an exciting, growing and dedicated team and wish to be considered for this position, please e-mail your CV to:

    Connor O'Rourke, Operations Manager: or Telephone: 028 3044 0509

  • Mansfield

    RPS Occupational Health is SEQOHS accredited and provides high quality Occupational Health and Risk Management services to over 600 clients across the UK and Ireland.

    Our extensive Occupational Health provision covers clients in chemicals manufacture, education, construction, healthcare, rail, logistics & police.

    We have a fantastic opportunity for a Physician to join our Mansfield Woodhouse office, this role will see you complete specialty training in Occupational Medicine, in a GMC approved post.

    You will be working as part of a highly motivated customer focused team, carrying out office and client sitebased clinics / workplace visits, across a variety of different industry sectors. Working in conjunction with the Medical Director/Educational Supervisor, Clinical Supervisors, Clinical Governance Lead, Operations Manager and Nursing Leads you will be able to develop and enhance your skills and knowledge in Occupational Health service delivery.

    Alongside is the opportunity to undertake Tier 5 HAVS training in a newly established Tier 5 HAVS Laboratory at Mansfield Woodhouse.

    To be considered for this post you must at least hold:

    • GMC Registration with a valid Licence to Practise

    • The DipOccMed

    • Full UK driving license (as travel throughout the midlands and to RPS offices are part of the programme)

    And be eligible to undertake training in Occupational Medicine as defined by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine and for further information see

    Brief outline of the Training Programme

    The Occupational Medicine Training Programme is a four-year programme (pro rata for a part time Trainee), 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), with the ultimate goal of being included on the GMC specialist register. Success in securing of the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) will lead to a substantive Consultant appointment at RPS Occupational Health.

    What we offer you

    We will provide you with a flexible, friendly and creative environment to develop your skills and challenge yourself. We support our people to innovate, collaborate and build meaningful careers. Our network of people and knowledge will expand your horizons and give you access to a variety of interesting work. Our employees are rewarded with competitive salaries, opportunities to invest and many other benefits including: 24 days holiday and bank holidays with the option to purchase up to 5 extra days per year, Company pension scheme, Share Incentive Scheme, Life Assurance, Cycle to Work Scheme, Health

    To apply for the role, please click here

    Closing Date: 22/11/2019

  • Bristol

    Employer: University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

    Location: Whitefriars

    Salary: £79,860 - £107,668

    Closing Date: 30/11/2019

    Job Reference: 387-TS-4127-MP


    Avon Partnership NHS Occupational Health Service (APOHS) has a rare opportunity for a consultant to join and make a significant contribution to the further development of an already successful NHS Occupational Health team.


    What is so different about this role? We understand that many OH physicians wish to pursue private sector portfolios of work, which is why we have created a role specifically with this mind. We are offering the right person:

    - Up to 50% of your time to pursue private interests such as Private Clinical Practice, Clinical Research opportunities, Work/life balance, time for Travel or overseas work.

    - For the other part, you will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, where no two days are the same – the service supports a myriad of, large and small, commercial and public sector organisations locally and regionally, on the basis of a trusted Occupational Health Partner, so you will get to work on some varied and challenging cases.


    In order to be considered for this post, you will need:

    - Full and specialist registration with the General Medical Council (GMC) or within 6 months of CCT at the time of interview.

    Reporting to the APOHS Clinical Lead, the key expectations of the successful candidate include:

    - Advice to managers on staff members’ present and future fitness for work.
    - Provision of medical advice to members of staff.
    - Provision of occupational medical support to the occupational health nurses and other staff within APOHS and customer organisations.
    - Active participation in the development of strategy and policy, both within APOHS and in association with our Partners and customers.
    - Active participation in the APOHS audit, training and development.

    To apply for the role please visit quoting reference 387-TS-4127-MP


    For a full job description, please click here


  • London

    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:


    For further information please click here.