Treatment/Occupational Health Screening Nurse
Treatment / Occupational Health Screening Nurse
Salary: £32,000 to £35,000 per annum
Full Time - 37.5 hours
Would you like to join one of the UK's leading providers of occupational health services?
We are currently looking to recruit registered nurses with A&E and other acute experience to work with a multidisciplinary team providing Occupational Health screening, treatment and emergency response services across several sites in London working for one of the largest infrastructure projects in London.
We 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.
We are SEQOHS accredited supported by strong corporate values and a passion for excellent customer service. We are committed to training and developing our employees with a view to career progression within the company.
Main duties of the role include:
- To provide professional advice, support and guidance to the client and wider multidisciplinary team.
- To assess new clients presenting to Occupational Health providing sound clinical advice and treatment.
- To assess clients fitness to work for the appropriate job role in line with company policies and guidelines and issue appropriate fitness certificates to the line manager, client and file copy.
- To write letters to GP/Specialists in line with the Access to Medical reports Act and Data Protection Act.
- To support the OH Manager to advise, monitor and assess the clinical practice of the OH team
- To respond to Client/Manager's requests for support/information on the working environment.
- To provide clinical assessment of clients presenting with minor illness and injury.
- To provide competent treatment/referral of clients under company guidelines and PGDs.
- To maintain appropriate records in line with departmental protocols on record keeping
- To provide health surveillance in accordance with current legislation, undertake a wider range of clinical activities by ensuring appropriate training, updating and monitoring of relevant training programmes. In line with company policies and guidelines.
- To ensure clinical assessment skills are maintained in line with best practice.
- To provide clinical support to the first aid provision on site.
- Able to prioritise and manage time effectively
- Work confidently independently and also within a team framework
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Confident in their IT skills
- Able to demonstrate evidence of up to date knowledge
- Self-motivated and take a proactive approach to work
- Registration with NMC Part 1
- Evidence of up to date knowledge base of professional and specialist issues
- Sound educational background including a good standard of numeracy and written English
- Experience 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
For more information and or to apply please call Lydia Robinson on and or email