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Occupational Health Adviser, (046064)

Employer
North Yorkshire Council
Location
Northallerton, North Yorkshire
Salary
From £40,221 to £47,028 per annum pro rata
Closing date
2 Jun 2024

Job Details

 Are you a Registered General Nurse with a degree or diploma in Occupational Health?

Are you looking for part time remote working hours with interesting casework which really adds value to its workforce? If so, then you may be what we are looking for!

The ideal candidate will be Occupational Health qualified (Degree or Diploma), and a registered General Nurse possessing excellent communication skills.

You will be customer, performance and solution focused and able to evidence commercial awareness. In particular, a strong knowledge and experience of how the practicality and effectiveness of Occupational Health advice impacts in realising outcomes.

In addition, we are also keen to receive expressions of interest for the post of part time Senior OH Advisor – more details available on request.

Main duties of the job

As our Occupational Health Adviser, you will produce written bespoke occupational health reports for managers. Providing effective advice on employment related health matters, including suitability for employment, fitness to work and rehabilitation to the required professional standards in compliance with legislation and local NYC policies. The occupational health department provide OH services to the council and external partners. This provides our OHAs with a varied caseload that is both interesting and challenging. We recognise the requirement for personal and professional development and provide time for relevant CPD and clinical supervision. This is a rewarding opportunity in which you will have the opportunity to develop both knowledge and skills delivering services internally and to our external partners.

About us

We are a small, high performing specialist practitioner team. Our workloads are manageable with OHAs dealing with no more than 5 cases per day. Our department responsibilities include overseeing the delivery of occupational health services, health promotion activity and health surveillance programmes to managers and staff across North Yorkshire Council, plus Schools & Academies and external contracts.

Flexible hybrid working is highly supported to allow employees to maximise on work life balance.

Our leave entitlement starts at 28 days (pro rata) plus all bank holidays, and you will have the opportunity to participate in our flexi-time scheme. Our local government pension is extremely generous and one of the few remaining defined benefit pension schemes in the UK with NYC paying over twice as much as employees. We also have a substantial Health and Wellbeing Service available to all employees with access to a Health Cash Plan and an Employee Assistance Programme. Our Everybody Benefits platform gives you access to many money-saving offers and discounts at local and national retailers, discounts and savings available include supermarkets, high street and online stores, electronics, travel, dining out, gifts, health and beauty. You can also access local gym memberships at a discount, across the county. Plus, lots more, see our Total Rewards Brochure for full details.

Working pattern

Part-time or Full-time, Home or remote working*, Flexible working. *There will be a requirement for on-site working for an initial 2-week induction period and once or twice per month for face-to-face meetings and clinical supervision.  

For an informal conversation about the role, please call Christine Hand, Senior Occupational Health Advisor on 01609798408 or Christine.Hand3@northyorks.gov.uk

Please note the role attracts a salary of £40,221 to £44,428 per annum pro rata plus a market supplement of £2,600 per annum pro rata. 

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Company

From the 1st April 2023 the eight district, borough and county councils in North Yorkshire merge to form the new Council, serving 611,000 residents.

The County of North Yorkshire is the largest County in England and Wales. Within the county are 598 square miles of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and 530 square miles of the North York Moors National Park. The county is included in the Yorkshire and Humberside Region.

Whilst the economy of the County has traditionally been dependent on agriculture and tourism, there is a fast growing high technology base and this, together with other forms of light manufacturing industry, is of increasing importance. The Council has an active policy of economic development and the predominantly rural character of the County is highly attractive to high technology businesses as well as the traditional industries of farming, food production and tourism. The County contains several centres of great historic interest, market towns that invite light industrial development, the modern coalfield area in the South, scenic, lightly populated upland areas and the extensive lowland area in the Vale of York.

With a brand new Council, newly elected members, the prospect of a new combined authority as well as its’ first ever mayor, North Yorkshire is on the cusp of a new dawn. The county already has firm foundations - a strong culture and identity which is rich in heritage; thriving communities where the people and places are resilient and innovative; beautiful scenery with stunning landscapes, quaint villages, market and coastal towns; plus the vibrant cities of York and Leeds just on the doorstep.  This amazing county combines the best of the traditional and the modern, and is widely regarded as one of the best places to live in the UK.  North Yorkshire is a great place to live, work and do business.

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