Occupational Health Physician

This role is responsible for supporting the service delivery of the full remit of occupational health services; including case management, health surveillance and medical assessments. The work is delivered at client sites and MCL Medics’ Clinic in various location throughout the UK. You will be the face of ‘quality service’ for MCL Medics and be responsible for the advice given and the service perception of the employee and client organisation. Multiple vacancies across various locations.
Location: Luton, Caerphilly, Birmingham, Southampton, Watford
Salary: Competitive
Application closing date: 30/06/2022
MCL Medics is a reputable company established in 1999, experts in the provision of medical services within the energy sector, MCL Medics specialise in providing services tailored to each individual business’ exact requirements.

We are currently recruiting for Occupational Health Physicians to join our team, the positions will be on an ad hoc basis, (as and when Necessary).

Key Responsibilities

  • Advising and delivering physician led fitness for work medical assessments.
  • Conducting all physician led consultations in a professional manner working within expected standards of confidentiality, complete accurate reporting to the expected standard of the business and within any agreed time-frames/KPI.
  • Delivering management reports from physician lead sickness absence consultations addressing the client organisation’s needs but working within the recognised occupational health ethical framework for fitness advice.
  • Where required making the necessary requests for GP/specialist reports to support the decision making process.
  • Advise clients on their risk assessment process to facilitate delivery of appropriate health surveillance requirements, in line with the appropriate Legislation.
  • Working with IT and the OH Clinical team to develop and take ownership of MCL Medics’ electronic health surveillance system.
  • Educating employees within the business and within client companies as needed on aspects of occupational health, health education and health promotion.
  • Maintaining accurate individual medical records which comply with internal business standards and clinical standards.
  • Maintaining Client confidentiality and working within the framework of the Data Protection Act.
  • Acting in accordance with local policies and procedures laid down by the business and external clients.
  • Maintaining effective communication with colleagues in the multi-disciplinary team, managers, clients and external agencies to ensure a seamless service delivery.
  • Demonstrating IT skills to enable access to relevant information. i.e., management, clinical and external.
  • Ensuring the safe use and maintenance of equipment.
  • Ensuring resources are utilised in a manner consistent with MCL Medics’ objectives and policies.
  • Ensuring knowledge and understanding of all MCL Medics’ processes, procedures, policies and standards and ensuring correct implementation.
  • Supporting clinical governance issues and best practice standards including regular clinical audit.
  • Support lead nurses in relation to Client Reviews.

Essential Qualifications and Experience

  • Must be registered physician and have experience of working with all elements of occupational health
  • Previous experience in Occupational Health with a background covering various occupational health settings and environments
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Equality Act in relation to Occupational Health
  • Working knowledge of supporting clients with sickness absence management
  • Strong verbal and written English Communications Skills
We are committed to support our team to ensure they have the right skills to perform their role and further professional development. MCL Medics is a growing company with a variety of opportunity for career progression.

We offer a professional but friendly working environment, employee benefits and rewards schemes and other valuable incentives.

MCL Medics confirms its commitment to equality of opportunity in all areas of its work. All individuals will be treated in a fair and equal manner and in accordance with the law regardless of gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability, or sexual orientation.