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Registered Nurse

Looking for exceptional staff with experience in care of the Elderly who have varying degrees of Dementia to promote their independence and support them.

ACH is looking to provide evidence-based occupational health services to officers and staff in a caring and respectful manner while preserving their dignity, making sure there is complete adherence to clinical compliance.

You will be working various shifts, around your availability with established teams in a variety of community locations. 


  • Provide comprehensive, confidential advice to managers, HR and employees and make recommendations on fitness for work/task. Advise managers regarding reasonable adjustments for officers/staff as appropriate and provide access to disability support services where appropriate in accordance with the OH service delivery specification and agreed standards of work.
  • To carry and manage a caseload dealing with complex cases when necessary, where the nature of the work can be rapid and unpredictable, utilising time limited evidenced-based interventions for a wide range of mental and physical health difficulties. To be responsible for providing an informed opinion and taking part in case conferences
  • To undertake occupational screening / health surveillance in accordance with health and safety legislation and interpret results and advise accordingly. To refer on for advice and diagnosis from an Occupational Physician if required.
  • To communicate and work collaboratively with the OH Manager, Seniors/OH Advisers, HR professionals and liaise with external agencies as required exchanging information in support of a proactive and timely approach to case management and health and well-being initiatives.
  • Produce an updated report on all cases as determined by the service delivery specification.
  • Make observations and recommendations relating to BTP OH service and practices to the OH Manager so that BTP OH can continuously improve its service and respond to the needs of BTP.

Requirements & Qualifications

  • Registered General Nurse having a degree level (or equivalent) post-registration qualification in Occupational Health (currently registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Parts 1 & 3 (SCPHN OH).
  • Able to demonstrate a good track record of giving occupational health advice, guidance and support to managers and employees including complex cases.
  • Expert knowledge for advising employees who are off work due to ill-health or returning to work following ill-health.
  • Professional, persuasive and influential. Able to command the confidence of senior operational managers, employees, trade unions, external partners and other stakeholders.
  • Proficient in producing clear, legible concise and accurate case notes, letters and reports on OH issues, ensuring compliance with confidentiality, professional standards and data protection legislation.

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