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Public Health Strategist

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Recruiter
Jobg8
Salary
From £185 to £192 per day
Location
Middlesex
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Public Health Strategist sought by our London based client for an initial 3 month contract.
As Public Health Strategist you will be specifically responsible for ensuring that the use of evidence to inform and prioritise public health and healthcare commissioning activity (including evaluation of these activities) is supported and promoted.
You will also be expected to demonstrate core skills that enable you work flexibly with Public Health and other colleagues to ensure all key deliverables are achieved.
The Public Health Strategist will undertake literature reviews, appraise the identified evidence, and prepare structured summaries of the evidence using established review methods for a variety of outputs including strategic planning and major commissioning initiatives, summaries for individual treatment funding request (ITFR) panels, significant contributions to major departmental reports such as the annual public health report and the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), as well as ad hoc requests for reviews.
You will create and sustain good working relationships with public health commissioning colleagues as well as other PCT and Local Authority commissioning staff and staff undertaking evidence review and at Enfield local authority.
The Public Health Strategist will be able to work independently without the need for substantial supervision to deliver work of high quality. You will be expected to have a high degree of proficiency in designing and conducting evidence appraisals and formal literature reviews.
To be successful as the Public Health Strategist you will be educated to degree level or postgraduate level in a related subject or have equivalent knowledge and experience gained working in a public health directorate.
You will have excellent written and oral communication skills; have a strong attention to detail and a flexible approach and attitude. You will be conscientious and able to work on your own initiative.

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Reference
JS-PUBHEALTH

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Health Surveillance Nurse

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Recruiter
Jobg8
Salary
From £31,500 to £32,500 per year
Location
Oxfordshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

An A&E experienced nurse is required for this permanent, full time role as 'Health Surveillance Nurse' with this leading occupational health service provider. This is an excellent time to join a national market leader, working in a prestigious setting in Oxford.

In this role you will provide a comprehensive Occupational Health (OH) service, to include health surveillance within a manufacturing plant and also treatment room cover. This will involve the provision of emergency response, treatment and advisory services, health surveillance and promotion, conducting risk assessments, drug and alcohol testing; plus other general OH services. Key role focus areas are:
*Clinical responsibilities and emergency response.
*Pre-placement screening.
*Health surveillance and promotion with general OH services
*Training will be given in simple case management

The suitable candidate will be a qualified General Nursesd with a background in A&E (current or past). Key skills required include strong clinical skills, suturing, triage and CPR. Relationship building skills are a must have, including good communication skills (verbal and written). The role offers an excellent route into occupational health, without the requirement for an OH degree.

To apply, please contact Ross Taylor on and email a CV to


About us:
Team24 is a healthcare recruitment specialist which provides healthcare workers for a wide range of temporary placements, from doctors to specialist nurses across the NHS and private sectors.
We pride ourselves on providing an exceptional quality of service to all in the healthcare sector, including the NHS, GP Surgeries, Mental Health Institutions, Prisons, Charities, Community Nursing, Nursing Homes, Residential Homes and the Military. We supply Nurses, Care workers, GP's, Consultants and Homecare, on a 24 hour basis depending on when you need work. We can do this on a Temporary, Fixed Term Contract or Permanent Basis, what ever you need, when ever you need it. We work throughout the UK, supporting clients when they need us and working in partnership with them to ensure that we supply the right member of staff for their needs.

As a company we are growing on a weekly basis and have numerous opportunities available in various trusts and private organisations throughout the UK, if this role isn't what you are looking for why not send you details to our recruitment team via email or visit our website at

Thank you for your interest.
Team24 is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Capita Team24
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Mental Health Support Worker

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Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Ealing
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

Contact
Shamima Khatun
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Reference
MHSW/Ealing

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Mental Health Support Worker

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Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Hounslow
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

Contact
Shamima Khatun
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Reference
MHSW/Hounslow

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Mental Health Support Worker

Basic job
Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Enfield
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

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Shamima Khatun
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Reference
MHSW/Enfield

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Health and Safety Consultant

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Elas UK
Salary
From £36,800 to £36,800 per year
Location
Slough
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

ELAS UK is seeking a Health and Safety Consultant , working from home but covering various areas throughout the UK, salary is dependent on experience.

ELAS is the fastest growing supplier of UK employment law, health and safety, payroll and training support services in the country and they offer an extensive range of comprehensive business solutions designed to work for their clients.

Due to expansion we are looking for Health and Safety Consultants to join our highly motivated team driven to ensure that the aims and objectives of the department are met.

As a Health and Safety Consultant you will deliver a wide range of health and safety solutions tailored for each of our clients in a multitude of industries. You will be working with SME businesses across all sectors and will deliver general health and safety including, site inspections, risk assessments including fire risk assessments, policy development, accident investigations, IOSH and other regulated and non regulated training, general guidance and advice, reports and any other requirements. You will assist clients implementing systems and gaining accreditations with the likes of CHAS and ISO and BSI Standards.

1 position based around Stoke/Crewe area

1 position based around West London, Aylesbury/Wycombe area.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experience:

- Hold CMIOSH or be working towards it

- Fire risk assessment experience.

- Training experience

- Have at least two years experience within the health and safety field.

- Good IT skills are essential.

- Be well organised.

- Clear and Confident communicator able to inform and influence the customer.

- Energetic, positive and highly motivated and able to work on their own initiative.

- Flexible and quick thinking and able to overcome barriers.

- The ability to build key relationships, with clients and colleagues.

In return for your passion, drive and performance as our Health and Safety Consultant you will receive a salary dependent on experience but the package includes car or allowance, commission and medical cover. You will also be rewarded with full training and on going development.

This is a varied and highly rewarding role so, if you are an experienced Health and Safety Consultant who is ambitious, driven and an excellent relationship builder please apply today!

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Elas UK
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Reference
SC103SloughHSC

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Health Education Tutor

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Harrow School
Salary
Competitive
Location
Harrow
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

An independent boarding school for 13-18 year old boys


Up to 6 hours per week, evenings, term time only required for September 2014

We are seeking an excellent communicator with a background in nursing, teaching or counselling to deliver Health Education programmes.

The successful candidate will need to be sensitive to the needs of boys living in a large and busy boarding community and be prepared to work in the evenings and during term time.

Benefits include, automatic enrolment into the School’s pension scheme and use of the School’s sports facilities. There is also the opportunity of subsidised membership to the tennis, golf, angling and social clubs.

Application packs are available to download from the School’s website.

closing date: 1 May 2014

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all successful applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate for the post, including checks with any past employer and the DBS.

Harrow School is an equal opportunities employer.

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Harrow School
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Occuapational Therapist Mental Health

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Recruiter
Jobg8
Salary
From £18 to £20 per year
Location
London
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

We are looking for an experienced Band 5 occupational therapist with experience of work in a mental health setting, preferably in patient. The focus will be on the provision of thorough assessment and treatment planning. There may also be some groupwork.

Position: Band 5 OT
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 1 month poss longer
Hours: Full time
Location: London

To be considered for this role, you must be a fully qualified Occupational Therapist with proven experience working in mental health. Post graduate experience and HCPC registration is essential.

Excellent pay rates and accommodation are available, so if you are interested in applying for this position, please contact the JustOT team on for more information, or send your latest CV to .

We offer £200 for successful Occupational Therapy referrals! Please contact us for details, T&C's apply.

Additional benefits include:
-A dedicated one to one service
-Fast track registration process
-Excellent rates of pay
-Assistance with travel and accommodation
-Weekly pay - on time, every time
-Access to exclusive NHS and Private sector jobs
-Our loyalty scheme; TPG incentives - thousands of online and in store discounts
-No Registration Fee!
-Reimbursed CRBs
-Free online training available
-Weekly pay - on time, every time

Contact
Just OT
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Reference
J33107

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Occuapational Therapist Mental Health

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Recruiter
Jobg8
Salary
From £18 to £20 per hour
Location
London
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

We are looking for an experienced Band 5 occupational therapist with experience of work in a mental health setting, preferably in patient. The focus will be on the provision of thorough assessment and treatment planning. There may also be some groupwork.

Position: Band 5 OT
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 1 month poss longer
Hours: Full time
Location: London

To be considered for this role, you must be a fully qualified Occupational Therapist with proven experience working in mental health. Post graduate experience and HCPC registration is essential.

Excellent pay rates and accommodation are available, so if you are interested in applying for this position, please contact the JustOT team on for more information, or send your latest CV to .

We offer 200 for successful Occupational Therapy referrals! Please contact us for details, T&C's apply.

Additional benefits include:
-A dedicated one to one service
-Fast track registration process
-Excellent rates of pay
-Assistance with travel and accommodation
-Weekly pay - on time, every time
-Access to exclusive NHS and Private sector jobs
-Our loyalty scheme; TPG incentives - thousands of online and in store discounts
-No Registration Fee!
-Reimbursed CRBs
-Free online training available
-Weekly pay - on time, every time

Contact
The Placement Group
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Reference
J33107

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Collaboration Sales Specialist - Health

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Recruiter
Morgan Turner
Salary
From £28,000 to £32,000 per year + Company Car + Laptop + Phone + Tablet
Location
Oxford
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Our Client is a leading audio-visual collaboration organisation specialising in the delivery and support of Videoconferencing and Unified Communication solutions to both public and private sector organisations.
Reporting to the Business Manager (Healthcare), the successful applicants will have a strong background in sales, with a proven track record in gaining new business.
It would be advantageous to have previous experience of either selling into NHS, the delivery of UC (Unified Communications) sales or history of technical sales.
Applicants MUST be self-motivated, enthusiastic and capable of working using their own initiative.
The successful candidates must be professional and possess first-class time management capabilities, be dynamic in creating innovative sales ideas, demonstrating exceptional interpersonal skills and confident of presenting to CXO level.
Must be willing to work outside of usual office hours and travel throughout the UK as required.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking for the next step in their sales career. In return my client is offering an excellent salary & benefits package including:
• £28,000 - £32,000 per annum + uncapped commission (realistic first year OTE c£50,000)
• Fully expensed company car, laptop, phone, tablet
• Free life assurance
• Access to company stakeholder pension

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Sarah
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Reference
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