Occupational Health Practice Nurse
Exceptional Career Opportunity for Occupational Health Practice Nurse
Hours: Full-time or Part-time
(06.00am – 14.45pm and 14.15pm – 23.00pm) plus on-call out of hours and weekends
- Workplace pension
- Birthday holiday
- Continual professional development
- Health care cash plan
- Full or part time
- Company Sick Pay Scheme
TP Health is one of the UK’s leading providers of Occupational health and Well Being Services to public and private sector clients across the UK.
As a result of our continuing growth and the increasing demand for our services, we are now seeking to expand our team of Practice Nurses working on an exciting and prestigious contract within the nuclear industry for one of our clients in Berkshire.
This exceptional role will give you an opportunity to be an integral part of a large multi-disciplinary medical team responsible for delivering the full remit of occupational health and wellbeing services across two major manufacturing sites.
Your day-to-day responsibilities will include assisting the Paramedic Team in undertaking Emergency Medical Response duties, carrying out walk in treatment clinics, conducting programmes of health assessments and surveillance and undertaking Drug and Alcohol Tests. You will also have the opportunity to develop your skills further to undertake additional Occupational Health and Well Being duties to prevent work related ill health and keep people healthy at work.
You will need to be a Registered General Nurse with ideally at least 5 years post registration Experience. Experience working in an Accident & Emergency or Minor Treatment service or within an Occupational Health setting will be beneficial. Military experience may also be helpful but not an absolute necessity, as full training will be given.
The role will particularly appeal to dynamic, and enthusiastic individuals who are flexible, have a great attitude and are keen to develop their clinical skills and gain experience in Occupational Health and Emergency Medicine.
Full Training will be provided on all aspects of Radiation Medicine.
The successful candidate will be required to work shifts that cover site operational hours between 6am – 11pm. Each shift is normally 8 – 9 hours in duration. There will also be the occasional requirement to cover weekend shifts (normally limited to one shift per month) and to contribute to the on-call rota (normally 7 – 8 weeks a year).
Because the role involves working on one of the UK’s highest security sites, to apply you will need to be a British National or have dual nationality and have resided in the UK for the past 10 years. You will also need to live within 1 hour of the RG7 postcode area
Successful candidates will need Developed Vetting (DV) security clearance. Security clearance is carried out by uksv- an independent organisation.
Please send full CV to apply.
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