Occupational Health and Well-being Manager

Occupational Health and Well-being Manager

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  • Sector:

    Social Housing Recruitment, Public Sector / Not for Profit

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  • Salary:

    £45k - 49.2k per year + Exceptional Package

  • Contact:

    Reece Rowden

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  • Published:

    about 2 years ago

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Occupational Health and Wellbeing Manager – £49,200

Principal People are working with an established multi-disciplinary organisation who are looking to move from strength to strength, this is a newly created role to support the expanding organisation’s provision of occupational health working alongside the wider Health, Safety and Well-being team. The role will have the autonomy to manage their own workload and diary with occasional home working available once established within the role.

Working alongside the external occupational health provider you will play a key role in the development and implementation of an occupational health strategy based on referrals to identify and support the wider safety team and operational managers to reduce work related health hazards.

Why is this a great opportunity?

This role has been driven by the Head of safety and company CEO, it will offer the successful candidate the chance to identify projects and lead on an exciting new strategy that you can develop and execute in your own style. Being a newly created role, you have the opportunity to make it your own reinforced by the organisations fantastic support structure.

The Successful Occupational Health Manager will:

  • Support the current safety team identifying risks to the health of staff and reducing these
  • Oversee the external occupational health provider and ensure good standards of practice
  • Lead on unique and complex topics with regards to occupational health
  • Support operational staff and managers to maintain the positive approach to safe working

The ideal Occupational Health Manager candidate will:

  • Hold a proven track record of managing occupational health within a diverse or complex working environment
  • Be a qualified Nurse with experience of providing screening, advice, and triage services
  • Understand how to work with external occupational health providers

The successful candidate will receive a starting basic salary of up to £49,200, impressive annual leave entitlement, exceptional local government pension scheme and a cash-back medical plan to name a few benefits.

This is an exceptional opportunity to join an organisation that have a true passion for the health, safety and well-being service it delivers to its staff and end users. They truly value individuals within the organisation through offering an exceptional package and continued investment in people.

To not miss out on this opportunity send your applications to R.rowden@principalpeople.co.uk