Treatment/Occupational Health Screening Nurse RGN - London

Additional Resources Ltd
11 May 2017
10 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Treatment/Occupational Health Screening Nurse (RGN) - London

£32,000 - £35,000 pa

The Company:

Our client`s Healthcare Company is one of the UK`s leading providers of occupational health services. Established by a group of occupational health professionals, they have experienced strong, steady growth. Their clients include leading names across a wide range of sectors including aviation, construction, engineering, manufacturing, retail, utilities and the emergency services. Our Client`s team brings together many of the UK`s finest practitioners and teachers in all relevant healthcare disciplines.

The Role:

The successful Treatment/Occupational Health Screening Nurse will be a registered nurse with A&E and other acute experience and work with a multidisciplinary team providing Occupational Health screening, treatment and emergency response services across a number of sites in London. This is a full-time position at 37.5 hours a week.

Our client will provide training to fulfil the Occupational Health aspect of the role, working with PGDs along with immediate response and site to emergency services transfer. The role requires an ability to assess and manager minor injury and illness, deliver health and wellbeing initiatives working with external organisations and other healthcare professionals.

You will be required to work autonomously going out on site to understand the daily changes on the project.

The role will include assessing new clients presenting to Occupational Health providing sound clinical advice and treatment, assessing clients fitness to work for the appropriate job role, writing letters to GP/Specialists, supporting the OH Manager, responding to Client/Manager`s requests for support/information on the working environment and providing clinical assessment of clients presenting with minor illness and injury.

The successful candidate will be NMC Part One registered and experienced in A&E.

It is desirable for nurses to have experience in the following areas, however, training can be provided:




Skin assessments

Fitness for work medicals

Pre-placement questionnaires

Drug and alcohol testing

Health promotion

Face Fit testing

Knowledge and experience of working in occupational health

Requirements for Treatment/Occupational Health Screening Nurse: NMC Part One registered, A&E Experience

Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003.

Key Skills: NMC part one registered, A&E experience