Trident Medical Services

A Partnership For Your Health At Work.

Work For Us

Trident Medical ServicesAre 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:

  • 10% non-contributory pension
  • 25 days’ annual leave pro rata
  • Death in Service benefit
  • Ill-health income protection plan
  • Employee assistance programme

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.


Current vacancies:


Job role:          Service Delivery Administrator – Part-Time

The Service Delivery Administrator will report to the Service Delivery Manager and will be responsible for booking all types of health assessments and comprehensive administration support to the service delivery team. The role will be for 25 hours a week over five days and will be based at our Head Office in Aldermaston. Duties will include:

  • liaising with and supporting customers to ensure that TMS is meeting its service level agreements and KPIs for pre-placement assessments, health surveillance and referrals;
  • ensuring that clients are reminded of recall/due dates as part of the health surveillance process;
  • managing and booking health assessment appointments, both manual and electronic (eOPAS);
  • ensuring correspondence and clinical results are matched to medical records and given to clinical staff for action;
  • liaising with clinical staff concerning clinical outcomes and clients’ cases;
  • managing the email inbox and dealing with and responding to telephone and email queries on a day-to-day basis.

For a full job description and person specification please contact


Job role:          Independent Occupational Health Advisers and Technicians

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