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Occupational Health Nurse - London

Occupational Health Nurse - London

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    Occupational Health Nurse

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  • Salary:

    £36,000 + Fantastic benefits Package

  • Contact:

    James Baron

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  • Contact phone:

    01582 235500

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  • Published:

    26 days ago

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​OH Medical are currently seeking an Occupational Health Nurse to join our client based in London Construction team. This role will be based across multiple sites, so travel throughout London is essential. This is a full time role, where the successful applicant will work Monday to Friday, 7.5 hours per day between the hours of 8.00am and 4.00pm.

The successful individual will be required to work in a multidisciplinary team providing Occupational Health. To assist the Occupational Health Manager in leading and advancing clinical practice and to provide a full OH remit in line with the client contract including consultation, advice, education, medical assessments and D&A testing where appropriate.

Main duties of the role include:

  • To deliver occupational health services to any new or existing clients at the client site or at an agreed  Healthcare static site as required

  • Where there is a situation when the Mobile Medical Unit is not appropriate for the work to be undertaken the Peripatetic Occupational Health Nurse will be required to travel by air, rail or road

  • Occasional travel nationally where overnight accommodation will be arranged as required for business purposes

  • To assess new clients presenting to Occupational Health whether in person or by written referral and initiate management of case

  • To assess clients fitness to work for the appropriate job role in line with DHC policies and guidelines and issue appropriate fitness certificates.

  • To write letters to GP/Specialists in line with the Access to Medical reports Act and Data Protection Act

  • To maintain appropriate records in line with departmental protocols on record keeping

  • To provide health surveillance in accordance with current legislation

  • Prioritize and manage the clinical caseload generated by the various clients

  • To maintain valid and up to date registration with the NMC and comply with NMC guidelines in relation to professional issues and clinical supervision

  • To maintain working knowledge of DHC policies and procedures and adopt these accordingly

  • To maintain a flexible approach to the role according to professional and service needs

Please contact James Baron or Ben Higgins on 01582 235500 to discuss further