Occupational Health Advisor - Inverness

Location GLASGOW CITY, UNITED KINGDOM
Experience level Expérimentés
Job details sector Santé

Occupational Health Advisors make a tangible and lasting difference to people’s lives every day.  At AXA, our ambition is no different.  We want people, be it our clients or employees, to be the best they can, whatever that means to them. 

Our enthusiastic and passionate team of Occupational Health Advisors play a vital role in the health and wellbeing journey of the many employees of our clients. They are dedicated to using both their specialist clinical skills and experience to provide expert assessments and the right solutions to match the client’s needs. This enables organisations to better support their employees, making a real difference to their lives every working day and beyond.  

In return, we take great care to ensure our OHA team are continually and consistently supported and developed.  Above all, we foster an inclusive culture and a healthy work-life balance to ensure you can be at your best (and we practice what we preach).  

 

It’s important to note that we champion flexible working and are more than happy to consider both full and part time hours, whatever this could look like for you. Here at AXA, we understand and appreciate that different people are at different stages of their life and/or career.  Talk to us and tell us what works for you.

 

Variety is key to job satisfaction, and that is true of our OHA roles. Not only will you see an assortment of clients, but also a mix of working onsite to undertake assessments, as well as working from home on a diverse range of cases; no two days are the same.  As such, you must be flexible and comfortable with a degree of travel as part of your working week.  

An Occupational Health Advisor role at AXA will see you undertaking case management in person and over the phone, producing high standard and quality management advice letters. Additionally, the onsite Health Surveillance will include elements such as HAVS, lung function testing, health questionnaires, etc.

 

 

 

 

You must be a qualified and registered nurse - a diploma or degree in Occupational Health is preferable. It would be advantageous to have experience in a commercial occupational health setting, particularly with exposure to case management/health surveillance. 

Like you, we take our duty of care to our clients as paramount.  Initially, it is essential all records are accurate and comply with NMC standards, and everyone feels comfortable working to agreed service levels.  Secondly, self-assured conversations with the client's HR team and line managers are highly valued.  Finally, providing practical real-world advice on compliance within current legislation where required.

You will be required to travel to client sites, so need to be able to drive and have your own transport.

 

With a presence in over 60 countries, and 165,000 employees serving the needs of 107 million customers, AXA is big.

 

But never too big to care for every single person who works here.  So when you join us, we promise to put our collective might behind you and your career.

 

You’ll work in an open and supportive environment where you’ll be developed, challenged and encouraged to move around to achieve even bigger and better things – nationally and internationally. You’ll learn directly from senior leaders, from the best in our business. And you’ll enjoy real responsibility, really early on.

 

Every large company today talks about supporting diversity and inclusion. But at AXA UK, these values form an integral part of everything we do. For us, it’s about bringing together the best talent, helping people to realise their full potential by being 100% themselves at work and delivering outstanding service to everyone – regardless of difference. 


AXA Health is the UK healthcare specialist for the AXA Group.

Whatever our customers’ health goals, we help them get there. That could be getting someone physio for an injury that’s holding them back, or finding them the right specialist to take their treatment forward.

Our team are experts in their fields: from experienced cancer nurses to pioneering data analysts; from our highly respected customer service team to our wide-ranging in-house team of clinicians. We all work together to be the best we can be.

 

 

 

AXA UK is proud to have just been awarded 24th Best Place to Work by Glassdoor, reflecting how much our colleagues love working here and feel rewarded. We offer competitive salaries and a very extensive benefits package, encompassing both contractual and flexible benefits, a taste of which are below:

  • Ongoing CPD to ensure you're consistently developed
  • A discretionary bonus scheme linked to your own and the company's performance
  • A contributory pension scheme 
  • Option to buy additional holidays, on top of our basic 25 days (as well as 9 bank holidays)
  • Private medical benefit (after probation period)
  • Access to Thrive, an interactive app especially designed to take care of your individual health & wellbeing needs
  • Discount on all AXA Insurance products (including car, home, travel)
  • A superb variety of local and national discounts (including gym memberships, restaurants and cinema tickets)

At AXA, we’re proud to be committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all backgrounds.