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Occupational Health Advisor/ Nurse

Richmond, United Kingdom

Occupational Health Advisor/ Nurse

Job Description

Role: Occupational Health Advisor/ Nurse

Reporting line: Occupational Health Team Leader

Location: Northfleet mill

Contract: Permanent, 4-day a week

About US:

Huggies®. Kleenex®. Cottonelle®. Scott®. Kotex®. Poise®. Depend®. You already know our legendary brands-and so does the rest of the world. In fact, millions of people use Kimberly-Clark products every day. We know that these amazing Kimberly-Clark products wouldn't exist without talented professionals, like you.

The identity of each and every one of our employees makes us who we are and makes our Global company of over 40,000-plus employees stronger because of it. We are in the business of providing better care for a better world, for everyone, everywhere. At Kimberly Clark treating individuals with respect is the way we do business and the way we lead our industry and our world. We're building an organisation that looks and thinks like our customers around the world and are searching for talented people with different perspectives and varied backgrounds. People like you.

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Join our Health services team where you can build skills and be part of a supportive, collaborative team that solves real problems in a clean and safe environment.

Kimberly Clark is an exciting place to be and Health Services - Occupational Health Advisor role is the perfect opportunity for you to be part of our future here at our Northfleet Mill.

Role summary and purpose

To lead the on-site Occupational Health team in the delivery of a full-suite of occupational health services, including but not limited to health surveillance and biological monitoring; drug and alcohol testing; fitness for task; case management; health promotion in line with the UK Employee Health Services clinical governance, and Kimberly-Clark (K-C) local and corporate standards and policy.

The Occupational Health Advisor/Nurse will be an excellent communicator and adept at engaging with local key stakeholders and employees to promote and deliver the occupational health service, whilst adhering to professional and ethical Codes of Conduct and K-C standards; and acting with integrity and accountability to best represent the UK Employee Health Services Team and uphold K-C values.

The Occupational Health Advisor/Nurse will support the management and development of the site Occupational Health Technician, and liaise with any supporting Occupational Health Physician in the delivery and management of site-based occupational health services.

As a valued member of the UK Employee Health Services Team, the Occupational Health Advisor/Nurse will work in collaboration with colleagues in the UK Employee Health Services team: supporting in development and implementation of health-related programmes and policy; training and supervision; maintaining continuous professional development; clinical audit, and governance.

To be successful in this role,


  • The incumbent should be on the first part of the professional Nursing & Midwifery Council register.
  • Hold a second level professional qualification in Occupational Health Nursing.
  • At least 3 years' occupational health experience including experience of the manufacturing industry and provision of occupational health to safety critical workers.
  • Competence in delivery of a full suite of occupational health service including, but not limited to health surveillance, biological monitoring, fitness for task assessment, case management, and health promotion.


  • The incumbent will be on Part 3 of the Nursing & Midwifery Council Register (UK - Specialist Community Public Health Nurse).
  • Management experience of leading a team to deliver occupational health services, ideally to the manufacturing industry.
  • Drug and alcohol collection officer.

Total Benefits

We offer competitive pay and benefits to employees and reward excellence and performance. Our belief in promoting a healthy work-life balance drives us to support our employees' total well-being, offering comprehensive benefits not limited to gym memberships, private medical insurance, dental cover, employee assistance programme, cycle to work scheme, critical illness cover, travel insurance and a market leading defined contribution pension scheme.

Certain benefits, such as flexible work schedules and parental leave, can be tailored to meet specific individual needs, giving our employees the flexibility to manage their commitments inside and outside of work. We are proud to be rated as a top 100 workplace for working mothers for two years in a row.

To Be Considered

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And finally, the small print....
The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this role. Statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.

Kimberly-Clark is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, pregnancy, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law.

KC is a sponsor of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation Good Recruitment Campaign

Primary Location

United Kingdom -Northfleet

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Time Type

Full time

Client-provided location(s): Northfleet DA11, UK
Job ID: KimberlyClark-864910
Employment Type: Full Time