We are currently recruiting for an Occupational Health Nurse Advisor in Preston.


Pay rate: 18.25 per hour.

Contract duration: Temporary ongoing



To provide a comprehensive Occupational Health & Wellbeing nursing service with particular emphasis on return to work assessments and routine health screening.



  • To undertake pre-employment and pre-placement medical assessments on new applicants, as well as undertaking routine and non-routine medical assessments on police officers and police staff in specialist roles, either in the Occupational Health & Wellbeing Services Unit or out in Divisions.
  • To undertake assessments of employees’ fitness for work and make recommendations and submit written reports to management, ensuring strict compliance with the Nursing & Midwifery Council’s guidelines on medical ethics and confidentiality at all times.
  • To offer advice to employees and Line Managers/HR on general physical health issues and general mental health issues, particularly regarding their fitness for work.
  • To undertake some of all the Medical Technicians duties in his/her absence
  • To assist the Nurse Manager in the efficient running of the Occupational Health & Well Being, including the preparation of Management Reports and statistical information on a regular basis.
  • To provide representation at Case Conferences when required
  • To demonstrate a strong commitment to delivering high standards of service with an emphasis on quality at all times.
  • To promote and comply with our obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and the client’s policy on health and safety both in the delivery of service and the treatment of others.




Registered General Nurse registered with the NMC

Diploma in Occupational Health Nursing or equivalent postgraduate qualification as a minimum


Experience of working with Mental Health conditions or an interest in developing in this area




– Recent experience of working in an occupational health environment

– At least 2 years previous OH nursing experience

– Able to demonstrate effective communication skills, both orally and written, to all levels of management and staff, both internally and externally

– Experience of developing and implementing healthcare policies

– Experience of producing accurate written information and demonstrate a high level of attention to detail

– Experience of working to conflicting demands and tight timescale, within a busy environment

– Capable of working independently with the minimum of supervision

– Knowledge of Health & Safety, Data Protection and Equality Act Principles


Apply online or contact us on 01925 377878. You can also email info@peelsolutions.co.uk  for more information on this role.

Job Location: Lancashire

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