(flexibility can be offered in regards to days and times) – up to £20 per hour (negotiable dependent upon experience)
Specialist products manufactured by this industry leader are supplied worldwide to industries including aerospace, defence and medical. Currently enjoying a period of prolonged and extensive growth and now seeking to appoint a part-time Occupational Health Nurse to work with our H&S Officer on site.
- Working with individuals and key stakeholders to promote healthy and safe working practices and assist with the management of absenteeism
- Working alongside the Health & Safety Manager, owning and driving health, safety and environmental best practices; reviewing, evaluating and recommending safer systems of work
- Review occupational health policies and procedures in line with best practice and legislation
- Demonstrate best practice and continuous improvement through team members
- Compile and present reports and data as required, maintaining and analysing employee health records and statistics
- Work with the business to review and manage absenteeism and follow up with management on accidents at work; developing and managing emergency procedures
- Carry out necessary employee health tests e.g. hearing, eyesight etc.
- Give support and direction to staff and line managers, coaching where necessary
- Ensure all colleagues are treated fairly, consistently and in line with policies and procedures
Key Skills & Experience Required:
- Registered General Nurse/Occupational Health Nurse with experience in industry, within manufacturing preferable
- Previous occupational health experience
- Excellent communication skills
- Competent user of MS Office
- Flexibility with working hours (reciprocal)
How To Apply/Find Out More: Applications in writing by sending a CV and covering letter on email to email@example.com. No agencies please. We have a much more personal, hands on approach to our recruitment processes, maintaining rapid response to enquiries and open communications throughout. In view of the sometimes overwhelming number of applications received, it may not always be possible for us to respond to each one individually. If you do not hear from us within 5 working days, it should be assumed that on this occasion your application has not been successful.