Occupational Health Technician
I am recruiting for an Occupational Health Care Technician to work in Kidlington.
- Undertake general health screening in line with guidelines and policies
- Provide an efficient recall service using the Corporate Health computer system
- Monitor and maintain the recall process around Mandatory Psychological Screening for roles within the force that are identified as high risk.
- Co-ordinate the Hepatitis B programme for both current officers/staff and students, a.
- Provide a high quality, confidential guidance service to internal and external customers/candidates through a range of communication channels.
- Ensure that all required client information is recorded into the Corporate Health computer system in an accurate and timely manner.
- Be accessible to and maintain regular contact with stakeholders to ensure productive working relationships are maintained, where problems are resolved and continuous improvements sought and implemented.
- Maintain the Corporate Health diary for the OH Physicians, OH Advisors, Registered Mental Health Nurses, OH Technicians and Welfare Officers. Organising appropriate appointments and meetings depending on clinical and welfare needs.
- Act as systems administrator for the Occupational Health Computerised IT System. Assisting with training new departmental staff and working alongside the external computer system provider.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Good standard of education with GCSEs (Grade 9-1/A-C) or Key Skills level 2 or equivalent in English & Maths. – Essential
- Recent and relevant office administration experience, ideally in a medical environment. – Essential
- Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications at intermediate level. Willingness to learn new systems – Essential
- Good interpersonal and communication skills to enable interaction with staff, clients, senior managers and members of the public. Ability to deal with sensitive and personal information. – Essential
- Good organisational skills, including the ability to work on own initiative, forecast, plan and prioritise workloads and maintain accurate records, as well as managing schedules and diaries for a number of people within the department.- Essential
- Proven ability to maintain information in a confidential manner as well as demonstrating discretion, empathy and sensitivity and adhering to the Data Protection Act to ensure that medical confidentiality is maintained at any time and any breaches are reported immediately to the line manager. – Essential
- Knowledge of relevant Police Policies and procedures relating to Corporate Health (e.g.The Green Book, College of Policing Medical Standards, DPA and Access to Medical Records Act). – Desirable
- Relevant qualifications in health surveillance screening or the willingness to work towards obtaining these qualifications. – Desirable
This is a temporary role, working on a part-time basis (23 hours per week) for an initial 12 months. There will be a requirement to occasionally work outside of normal office hours. The role has an initial pay rate of £10.28 per hour PAYE or £12.42 per hour Umbrella.
*These roles will require security screening and vetting as part of the recruitment process.
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