Occupational Health started life in Nuffield Health as an internal service for our people. In 2007 it became a service offered to our corporate clients and, going from strength to strength, is a fast-growing area of our business.
Nuffield Health’s integrated, preventative approach to healthcare puts wellbeing at the heart of our innovative approach to occupational health. Our Occupational Health service is also nurse-led, and so 98% of all cases are referred to our occupational health advisors rather than to GPs. Which means that, with us, you can make the most of your expertise across a range of interesting and complex cases.
Working within established pathway frameworks offers ever-evolving ways for our occupational health advisors to support people. We take a multi-disciplinary approach across our pathways, you’ll work with different colleagues such as nutritionists, physiotherapists and personal trainers to share and grow your expertise.
To apply for an Occupational Health role with us, you should hold a Diploma or a Degree in Occupational Health, with significant post-qualification experience. You’ll also need to be resourceful, customer-focused and comfortable working autonomously in a corporate client-facing environment, and able to provide your considered opinion in written reports.
In return, you’ll have the opportunity to work flexibly, whether that’s full-time or part-time. You may also be able to manage cases remotely, depending on the client you’re working with.
Nuffield Health was one of the first companies to gain SEQOHS accreditation and our Professional Head of Occupational Health is a SEQOHS assessor so, whatever your working pattern, you can be confident that you’ll be in a strongly governanced, evidence-based working environment, and a very safe and effective place to practice.