Our Roles


Occupational Health Physician

Do good. Be great.

If you’re an Occupational Health Physician (OHP) and hold a current registration with the General Medical Council (GMC), we have the role for you. We’ll offer you a great work-life balance, enhanced salary and training and development opportunities to help you take the next steps in your career. Our Health Management colleagues work with the highest levels of integrity and proficiency to help support our belief that a healthy and productive workforce is critical to business success.

What you’ll be doing

You’ll help us deliver holistic corporate health and wellness programmes that enable organisations to promote and maintain the physical, mental and social wellbeing of their employees. The specifics of your role will depend on the client you’re assigned to support, which could vary across a wide variety of sectors including:

  • Day-to-day, you’ll be responsible for a variety of duties including sickness absence, management and health screening, to health surveillance and the delivery of vaccination programmes. Every day will pose new and different challenges as you continue to learn and progress, with opportunities also to work on health promotion campaigns and even travel health advice.
  • A career without compromises
  • We know that to enable our colleagues to deliver the best service possible to our customers, we need to provide flexible working options which work for their lifestyle. Our roles vary with full-time homeworking, part-time homeworking or full-time site-based opportunities available.
  • Salaries for OHPs are variable, with scales ranging from £80,000 to £140,000. We’ll work with you throughout the recruitment process to match your skills and experience within the salary bracket. As well as our flexible working offer and great salary, you’ll enjoy a benefits package which includes private healthcare and a range of optional additions.

What we look for

You will need to be a qualified Occupational Health Physician (OHP) and hold current registration with the General Medical Council (GMC).


Occupational Health Advisor

Do good, be great

If you’re an Occupational Health Advisor (OHA) and have a diploma in occupational health, we have the role for you. We’ll offer you a great work-life balance, enhanced salary and training and development opportunities to help you take the next steps in your career. Our Health Management colleagues work with the highest levels of integrity and proficiency to help support our belief that a healthy and productive workforce is critical to business success.

What you’ll be doing

You’ll help us deliver holistic corporate health and wellness programmes that enable organisations to promote and maintain the physical, mental and social wellbeing of their employees. The specifics of your role will depend on the client you’re assigned to support, which could vary across a wide variety of sectors including:

  • Day-to-day, you’ll be responsible for a variety of duties including sickness absence, management and health screening, to health surveillance and the delivery of vaccination programmes. Every day will pose new and different challenges as you continue to learn and progress, with opportunities also to work on health promotion campaigns and even travel health advice.
  • A career without compromises
  • We know that to enable our colleagues to deliver the best service possible to our customers, we need to provide flexible working options which work for their lifestyle. Our roles vary with full-time homeworking, part-time homeworking or full-time site-based opportunities available.
  • Salaries for OHAs are variable, with scales ranging from £39,000 to £42,000. We’ll work with you throughout the recruitment process to match your skills and experience within the salary bracket. As well as our flexible working offer and great salary, you’ll enjoy a benefits package which includes XXX

What we look for

You’ll need a diploma in Occupational Health with 2 + years amount of experience. If you’re proactive, keen to learn and have excellent oral and written communication skills, you’ll make a great addition to the team.