To provide vaccines, health surveillance and medicals in line with the client contract including consultation where appropriate and in accordance departmental protocols.To provide professional advice, support and guidance to the client and wider multidisciplinary team.To write letters to GP/Specialists in line with the Access to Medical Reports Act and Data Protection Act, as well as writing comprehensive and evidence-based reports.To maintain appropriate records in line with departmental protocols on record keeping, including providing expert advice and health surveillance in respect of legislative requirements and best practice relating to OHTo maintain valid and up to date registration with the NMC and comply with NMC guidelines in relation to professional issues and clinical supervisionTo maintain working knowledge of HP policies and procedures and adopt these accordinglyTo maintain a flexible approach to the role according to professional and service needs.Working with a central admin team who will plan all work and liaise with the pathways on site to ensure programmes run smoothly and effectively.To provide vaccine and immunisation programmes all relevant staff in the hospitals
25 days holiday, health cash plan, Perkbox
Registered general nurse or qualification in adult nursingExperience working in a healthcare setting as well as case managementA degree/ diploma in Occupational Health with registration on part 3 of the NMC registerDriving licenseGood clinical knowledge and expertise for interpretation of health screening / surveillance resultsKnowledge of health and safety legislationGood PC/ IT skills including administrative skillsExcellent clinical skills, including immunisation programmesGood verbal communication, meticulous written skills, and attention to detailGood judgement and decision-making skillsMotivation and ability to work effectively individually and as part of a teamGood time keeping skillsAbility to organise work demands and priorities to achieve goals
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