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Occupational Health Nurse

Occupational Health Nurse - Ruislip, London SW6

Up to £36,000 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:

I am looking for an Occupational Health Nurse to join our London Construction team on a full time basis of 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday.

This role will be based at a site in West Ruislip, London.

This role requires an ability to assess and manage minor injury and illness, deliver health and wellbeing initiatives, and work with external organisations and other healthcare professionals.

You will provide a full OH/Treatment service in line with the client contract including wellbeing assessments, health promotion, advice and education, health surveillance, safety critical medicals, D&A testing and provide professional advice, support and guidance, while assessing new clients presenting to Occupational Health.

You will be a registered nurse with NMC Part 1 with experience in A&E, and ideallyhave experience of working in Occupational Health

25 days holiday plus bank holidays

Key Skills: RGN with NMC Part 1 with experience in A&E and/or an acute/practice area.

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