Occupational Health Nurse

Full Time // ClondalkinSalary: €56353


The successful applicant will be joining an existing team and will play a key role in providing occupational health services to its staff. 

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Duties will include but are not exclusive to: 

- Managing the process around pre-employment medicals and checks.

- Playing a lead role in the absence management and case management process

- Working closely with the OH physician and other members of the Occupational Health

  team in the development and delivery of OH services.

- Conducting ergonomic and other risk assessments as necessary.

- Seeking opportunities to continuously enhance the OH related processes and services

 delivered colleagues


To be considered for this role, interested applicants are required to meet the following criteria: 

- Be a qualified RGN on the NMBI register

- Ideally have a relevant qualification in Occupational Health

- Ideally present with relevant experience in an Occupational Health role, including

  experience in spirometry, audiometry , VDU and phlebotomy, absence case management

- Ideally experience of implementing and design Covid compliant practices in the workplace


For further details, please contact me on: 

+353 (87) 366 2679 or email: cillian.mccomb@cplhealthcare.com


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