Occupational Health Advisor
Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England
Position: Occupational Health Advisor
Salary: circa £34,000 - £40,000 pro rata
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced, capable and pro-active Occupational Health Advisor based in Yorkshire on a permanent, full time basis.
My client is a UK based Occupational Health services provider who work in partnership with their clients to create a workplace culture that is passionate about Wellbeing.
They are looking for an Occupational Health Advisor who can provide a full on-site service to a client.
As an Occupational Health Advisor you will be based across two sites in Sheffield and Leeds undertaking the full Occupational Health remit, although predominantly the Occupational Health Advisor role will include medicals, health surveillance, sickness absence management and wellness programmes.
You will also be responsible for periodics and drug and alcohol testing.
This Occupational Health Advisor role is working on a public sector contract in a fairly challenging environment as well as undertaking face to face clinics 2 days per week.
To be considered for this excellent opportunity my client is looking for an Occupational Health Advisor that must be a Registered Nurse who has a qualification in Occupational Health and is a Specialist Practitioner on part 3 of the nursing register.
I am looking for an Occupational Health Advisor with outstanding case management and reporting writing skills.
You must be confident with presentations and IT literate.
The role offers a generous salary of circa £34,000 - £40,000 pro rata plus generous benefits as well as long term employment stability and progression.
For further information and to apply please call Sophie Thomas at Purosearch on [... Click Apply...], alternatively email a copy of your up to date CV to [... Click Apply...]
- £ 34000 - 40000 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
- Deputy Manager / Senior Staff, Newly qualified, Qualified (non-manager)
Posted 24 Nov 2016
Closes 22 Dec 2016
This job was posted to: Occupational health