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Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Employee Health and Wellbeing Service

Something exciting is happening at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT). As the largest Trust in the UK (and one of Manchester’s main employers), we’re leading the way in unrivalled medical care and treatment. And we’re completely redefining our approach to Employee Health and Wellbeing by bringing together specialist skills and expertise to support our people.

As a result we have a number of vacancies within the team, based at Wythenshawe Hospitals sites and Oxford Road Campus (with regular travel across MFT sites) - and that’s where you come in.

 

Head of Operational Services - Band 8b

Closing date: 28th October

For further details, including a job description and person specification, and to apply click here

 

Clinical Services Team Manager - Band 8a

Closing date: 24th October (interview dates 5/6th November)

For further details, including a job description and person specification, and to apply click here

 

Employee Health and Wellbeing Manager - Band 8a

Closing date: 24th October (interview dates 5/6th November)

For further details, including a job description and person specification, and to apply click here

 

Psychological Wellbeing Team Manager - Band 8a

Closing date: 24th October (interview dates 5/6th November)

For further details, including a job description and person specification, and to apply click here

 

Systems and Service Integration Team Manager - Band 7

Closing date: 24th October (interview date tbc)

For further details, including a job description and person specification, and to apply click here

 

To arrange an informal visit or if you have any further questions regarding any of the above contact Sinéad Gamble, Talent and Resourcing Manager, telephone 0161 701 0212 or email sinead.gamble@mft.nhs.uk.

 

 

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical Services Manager Band 8A Full Time (37.5 hours per week)

Closing date: 14.10.18

Sheffield Occupational Health Service is proud to be a business unit of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals (STH), one of the UK’s busiest and most successful NHS foundation trusts.

We provide a comprehensive service to Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, the primary care workforce in Sheffield and Rotherham, and to the health science students in both Universities in the city, a total patient population approximately 33,000. We also provide services to approximately 40 other employers on a limited or ad hoc basis, covering a wide range of local industries from foundry work to schools. We have links with HSL at Buxton through a joint consultant post and provide Consultant Occupational Physician input to a number of neighboring NHS OH services.

This is an exciting and rare opportunity for a highly experienced and motivated Occupational Health Clinical Services Manager to develop and lead the clinical service provision. In addition to OH nursing, our multi-disciplinary team includes occupational physicians, an occupational therapist and a Health and Wellbeing coordinator, and we work closely with STH’s staff physiotherapy and psychology services, and a wider Health & Wellbeing team in STH.

We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic nurse leader, passionate about service development and the delivery of high quality services that meet the needs of the clients. This post will also be influential in supporting the development of the wider Health & Wellbeing agenda ensuring we respond to trends and provide a service that meets the needs of the Trust and its staff, and the needs of our other clients.

The successful candidate will be registered with the NMC and on part 3 of the register as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Occupational Health) or have equivalent qualifications and have demonstrable current management and leadership experience to fulfill this challenging role. Strong interpersonal, negotiation and decision making skills are essential, as is experience of developing and delivering occupational health services in a multi-client environment

Applications and inquiries are welcomed from interested applicants. If you would like an informal discussion please contact Rachel Henchley, Service Manager at Rachel.henchley@sth.nhs.uk to arrange an appointment.

For further information, including a job description and person specification, and to apply go to NHS jobs.

 

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust

Occupational Health Nurse Adviser Band 6 Part time (3 days)

We are seeking a part-time (22.5 hours per week) band 6 Occupational Health Nurse Adviser to join an established multi-disciplinary team to work in Occupational Health for Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust. We provide services to the Trust staff as well as to a variety of external clients.

Occupational Health is based in lovely refurbished premises on the St Mary’s site, which is a short walk from the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton. Some off-site working will be required.

Requirements

  • RGN with Occupational Health qualification (or working towards)
  • Experience of working as an OH Nurse Advisor post-qualification or during OH training including undertaking management referrals and health clearances
  • Evidence of up to date CPD, willingness to engage in on going CPD and knowledge of best practice
  • Team player with a proactive positive outlook
  • Ability to work flexibly in line with the demands of the service
  • Good organisational planning and time management skills  
  • Ability to make decisions, prioritise and work autonomously within clinical supervision parameters
  • Good Basic Microsoft Office skills

Desirable

  • Experience of health surveillance specifically with audiometry, lung function and vision testing
  • Vaccination and blood taking experience
  • Experience of working with both NHS and private clients

For further details or an informal discussion contact Sarah Zahopoulos, Senior OH Nurse Adviser on 01273 696955 ext. 62983.

Posts in the Trust are subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Criminal Records Bureau to check for any previous criminal spent and unspent convictions, reprimands, and cautions.

 

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