A Partnership For Your Health At Work.
Are you interested in joining our friendly and professional team? We are an independent occupational health provider with ambitious growth plans, committed to providing an excellent service to our customers.
We are committed to providing a supportive and friendly working environment for our team. We have a policy of encouraging our staff to undertake training in order to further their career within TMS and we will also provide support for continuing professional development.
We provide equal opportunities and are committed to the principle of equality in accordance with legislative provisions.
We offer a competitive salary and our benefits package includes:
In addition, we will provide malpractice insurance for nurses and physicians and will pay the NMC fee (for nurses) and GMC fee (for physicians).
Any current vacancies will be advertised below.
Hours and days of work: Full-time or part-time (we can be flexible)
Location: Aldermaston, with some local/regional travel
Job purpose: Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team providing the full remit of occupational health activities to clients.
We will consider doctors with a qualification in occupational medicine (either diploma, AFOM or MFOM) or a specialist registrar close to obtaining CCT. Full training will be provided (including for HSE appointments and incident management), Applicants must live within one hour of our Aldermaston site (a relocation package is available). In addition, many of our customers work in the defence sector and require our staff to have security clearance in order to deliver services - you will therefore need to be a British National.
For an informal discussion about the role, or if you would like the full job description please contact Elschen Kotze, Lead Physician:
Hours and days of work: Three or four days per week (we can be flexible)
Job purpose: To provide a treatment service and emergency response service and deliver lifestyle screening and health promotion.
Reporting to the Nurse Team leader you will participate in providing a minor treatment service and emergency response service as well as lifestyle screening. You will also be responsible for planning and delivering health promotion activities, undertaking drug and alcohol testing, participating in emergency response exercises and developing and delivering presentations on general health topics.
You will participate in the on call rota with occasional weekend working and early starts.
We are always looking for independent OHAs and OH technicians for ad-hoc nationwide work.
You should be competent in spirometry, audiometry and you should hold a valid UK driving licence.
It would be desirable for OHAs to have experience in HAVs and case management, and ideally technicians would have experience in drug and alcohol screening.
If you are interested, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org