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An opportunity for an Ad-hoc Driver to join Collingwood Health. The business is looking for a Driver to manage fleet maintenance, such as taking our mobile units (size of a campervan) and cars to the garage. You will also be required to take our clinical staff to various client sites, to drop off equipment to colleagues and to collect our clinical staff from the various client sites.

The role is based around our Rotherham office but travelling within the northern region. This role is suitable for someone who isn’t looking for a full-time role as the hours will vary and regular work is not guaranteed. Company vehicle will not be available to use.

The role is based on a zero-hour contract starting as soon as possible working between Monday – Friday with some early starts.

Requirements

  • A clean driving licence (manual)
  • Confident driver on motorway
  • Able to drive a mobile unit
  • Punctual
  • Friendly/bubbly
  • Personable
  • Ability to work independently
  • Reliable
  • Flexible
  • Polite/courteous

Benefits

  • On Site Parking  
  • Health Cash plan 
  • Pension 
  • Salary £12.00 per hour
  • Claim mileage

To apply, please send your CV to: HR@collingwoodhealth.com


About Collingwood Health Ltd

On one root, Collingwood traces its origins back to 1947, pre-dating the NHS, where we became the first recognisable “Occupational Health” company in Britain. Founded as a charity, that entity became known as Corporate Health, with four clinics in and around Slough and the South East.

On the other root, Collingwood emerged from the industrial heartland of the post-war period, as the in-house welfare arm of British Steel, headquartered in Sheffield. Through various iterations from the 1950’s onwards, this became EEF Occupational Health in 2006.

Both organisations can rightly claim to have been at the vanguard of the branch of medicine that we now know as Occupational Health.

Collingwood Health acquired EEF Occupational Health in 2011, and Corporate Health in 2015.

Both now sit branded under the same tree: Collingwood Health

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Vacancy listed 28/11/2022

Application deadline 14/12/2022  

Occupational Health Advisor

Vacancy listed 28/11/2022

Application deadline 14/12/2022  


The Role

Job description

Collingwood Health are recruiting an Occupational Health Advisor to conduct case management at client sites situated in Oxford, Slough (including surrounding areas) and Central Bedfordshire. This is a fantastic role for an experienced Occupational Health Advisor to work autonomously. You will be supported remotely by our Chief Nurse.

We require someone 2 days a week, 10 hours per day, 20 hours per week.

Your main duties will include:

– Sickness absence management

– HAVS T3 trained

– Vaccinations

– Phlebotomy

– Health surveillance

Candidate may have to travel up to an hour and have access to a car with a full clean driving licence. There could be scope for some remote case management as well.

Relevant Skills/Experience required

  • Registered Nurse with a recognised Occupational Health Qualification (not essential)
  • At least 3 years experience as a qualified OHA
  • Willing to travel when required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent oral and written English
  • Good knowledge of MS Office packages
  • Work as a team and independently
  • Health & Safety knowledge
  • Experience in report writing/complex report writing
  • Experience in using eOPAS
  • Relevant training all up to date

Benefits

  • Annual Leave  
  • Health Cash plan 
  • Pension 
  • £40,000 p/a pro rata

To apply, please send your CV to: HR@collingwoodhealth.com


About Collingwood Health Ltd

On one root, Collingwood traces its origins back to 1947, pre-dating the NHS, where we became the first recognisable “occupational health” company in Britain. Founded as a charity, that entity became known as Corporate Health, with four clinics in and around Slough and the South East.

On the other root, Collingwood emerged from the industrial heartland of the post-war period, as the in-house welfare arm of British Steel, headquartered in Sheffield. Through various iterations from the 1950’s onwards, this became EEF Occupational Health in 2006.

Both organisations can rightly claim to have been at the vanguard of the branch of medicine that we now know as Occupational Health.

Collingwood Health acquired EEF Occupational Health in 2011, and Corporate Health in 2015.

Both now sit branded under the same tree: Collingwood Health

Collingwood Health is an honest, hard working, and safe place to work. We work together to achieve greatness, promoting personal responsibility and accountability. We are committed to our customers and their workforce.

If you’re an Occupational Health Technician or Occupational Health Nurse looking to work with Collingwood Health, please send your CV to HR@collingwoodhealth.com.