North London Partners Shared Services (NLPSS) is pleased to offer an experienced Occupational Health (OH) Nurse Adviser the opportunity to join the Occupational Health & Wellbeing team working with our clients in the north of London.
Our busy clinic provide onsite OH services at client premises and the nature of this peripatetic role is such that successful candidates will predominantly be based at the North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, and may be required to rotate to other sites as required, to ensure consistency of the NLPSS Occupational Health service to all our clients.
We are looking for enthusiastic persons to work as part of the NLPSS Occupational Health Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) which is an interesting and varied team.
You will need to be a qualified Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (SCPHN) and ideally on Part 3 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register, with a valid NMC Personal Identification Number (PIN).
Our services operate 8am to 5pm, five days a week. If you meet the required person specification criteria and have the appropriate clinical skills, together with commitment, energy, and experience we would like to hear from you. FURTHER INFORMATION
**PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS POSITION MAY CLOSE EARLIER THAN THE STATED CLOSING DATE IF A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED. IF YOU WISH TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, YOU ARE ADVISED TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE**Main duties of the job
The post holder will provide the full remit of OH duties and the ideal candidates will possess previous experience and knowledge of working in a variety of OH settings delivering the provision of professional OH advice to clients on issues affecting work, rehabilitation & resettlement into work.
You will be providing advice and support to managers and staff, through the identification of health risks arising from work activity and issues at work that affect health and wellbeing.About us
As a service, we are innovative and people focused with a 'one team' ethos, which means as an MDT, we provide better quality and more joined up care for our clients. The team strives to constantly improve service delivery and contributions from all staff are highly valued. We will provide professional development opportunities and will support you to provide bespoke and proactive care to all our clients.Job descriptionJob responsibilitiesJob responsibilities
The post holder will be required to have an understanding of management referrals, health surveillance screening, and be up to date with their immunisation knowledge and venepuncture skills, and new starters employment screening.Person SpecificationEducational Qualifications and CertificationEssential
- Education & Training: Diploma or higher in Nursing, OH nursing certification (e.g., Bachelor's degree or higher), relevant specialised training.
- Clinical Competency Assessment: Demonstrated clinical skills relevant to OH nursing (e.g., injury assessment, health surveillance, workplace hazard evaluation).
- Knowledge of Occupational Health Regulations and Guidelines: Familiarity with local and national OH regulations, guidelines, and standards.
- Health Promotion and Prevention Strategies: Ability to develop and implement health promotion programs, preventive measures, and wellness initiatives for the workforce.
- Work Experience: Minimum two years experience one year of experience in nursing and at least one other year of experience in Occupational Health settings.
- Communication skills: Effective communication with employees, employers, and healthcare professionals regarding OH matters.
- Risk Assessment and management: Capability to assess workplace risks and develop strategies to manage and mitigate them.
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- Ergonomics and Workplace Design: Knowledge of ergonomic principles to optimize the work environment and prevent musculoskeletal issues.
- Disability Management and Return-to-Work Programs: Experience in assisting injured or ill employees with return-to-work plans and accommodations.
- Occupational Health Surveillance: Competence in monitoring and tracking employee health trends and workplace hazards.
- Health and Wellness Counselling: Ability to provide health counselling and support to employees on various health-related issues.
- Data Management and Reporting: Proficiency in maintaining accurate records and generating OH reports.
- Collaboration and Teamwork: Ability to work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals, safety officers, and HR personnel.
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North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
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