To provide expert, evidence based case management services for referrals relating to attendance, fitness for work and other requests for OH advice.Provide professional, comprehensive and evidence based written reports.Provide expert advice in respect of legislative requirements and best practice relating to OHTo evaluate the results of medicals and surveillance provided, and ensure that the correct advice in relation to fitness is communicated, escalating where clinically appropriateTo provide (where competent) other OH services where required such as vaccinations, travel health services, ergonomic advice, or health promotion for our clientsTo provide clinical supervision and support other team members where relevant (such as OH Technicians)To maintain valid and up to date registration with the NMC and comply with NMC guidelines in relation to professional issues, clinical supervision and continuous learning and development as a registered nurseYou should be proficient in the provision of:SpirometryAudiometryGeneral MedicalsDrug and Alcohol screeningCase ManagementFitness for role assessment
25 Days Holiday, Health Cash Plan, Perkbox
Registration with NMC Part 1Postgraduate qualification in Occupational Health Degree/DiplomaMeticulous written skills and attention to detailExcellent communicator with a range of stakeholdersExcellent time management skillsUnderstanding of own competence, how this relates to practice and where to escalate/seek support to ensure safe practiceIT literacy and competenceComprehensive understanding of the principles and practice of data protection and confidentiality in OHExcellent knowledge of occupational health and employment legislationCase Management and provision of OH adviceGeneral medicals and health surveillanceFlexible and hard workingVisible commitment to excellence in practiceSelf-motivated with an ability to work independently and also as part of a teamNegotiation and motivational skills, ability to accept and deliver constructive feedback
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