Occupational Health Advisor

We are recruiting for Occupational Health Advisors to join our expanding team. The role will involve providing remote case management services to our clients. Full training on our processes and procedures, industry standard equipment where required and an extensive benefits package are included.

At Clarity, we fully invest in and support our staff in developing their careers.  As a progressive company we look for enthusiastic and ambitious people with a drive and passion to move the business forward.

Key Responsibilities

Provision of management referral service and a range of occupational health services to a variety of clients

  • Undertake management and sickness absence referrals in accordance with company protocols and industry best practice.
  • Provide both written and verbal advice in line with the absence management policy – return to work strategies, fitness for role, alternative duties, disability in the workplace and appropriate regulations.
  • Assist in review meetings providing feedback on cases undertaken and outcomes.
  • Ensure that management reports are concise and directive, and comply with current best practice.
  • Liaise with senior clinicians in complex matters
  • Conduct workplace needs assessments as required, reviewing site risk assessments, identify potential workplace hazards and recommend workplace solutions.
  • Where required, undertake health surveillance medicals, including Audiometry, Spirometry, Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS), and Skin Surveillance.
  • Assess the results whilst undertaking the health assessment.
  • Provide professional and timely advice to client managers, safety personnel and HR to assist their management of absence and ill health and to increase productivity and reduce sickness absence.
  • Maintain knowledge of relevant legislation and best practice relating to all occupational health issues.
  • Provide support and direction to Occupational Health Technicians, ensuring availability to OHTs through mobile phone, email and online messenger during working hours
  • Maintain confidentiality of information and files in accordance with the set guidelines, current clinical best practice and code of ethics, GDPR, common law and the Human Rights Act 1998.
Experience Required
  • Qualification in Occupational Health (Diploma/ Degree) with proven experience in Occupational Health
  • Current NMC registration
  • Professional and confident approach to duties and responsibilities
  • Able to communicate at all levels with clients and employees
  • Excellent Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills
  • Work within a team and independently using own initiative
  • Maintain good organisational skills
  • Ability to prioritise and manage workloads
  • Good IT skills
  • Full driving licence
OHA Employee Benefits
  • Extensive induction with ongoing mentoring and support
  • Training and Development Programme
  • Support with revalidation and CPD
  • 31 days rising to 34 days annual leave including bank holidays
  • Salary sacrifice company pension scheme and auto enrolment – 9% combined pension contributions
  • Free financial advice
  • Competitive salary range
  • Diary visibility 6 weeks in advance to support a positive work life balance
  • Managed appointments per day to support a positive work life balance
  • Provision of admin time for report writing
  • Expenses and subsistence included, with the issue of a credit and fuel card
  • Career progression opportunities

Interested in joining our team? Please complete the application form