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Temporary Clinical Trainer - Audiology:

  • The Clinical Trainer will be expected to develop training material for specific training needs, also sharing content and best practice materials with fellow employees.

  • Should be able to prepare and deliver training to groups of varying sizes (up to 12 would be considered normal) as well as delivering training via various digital formats (including webinars and video).

  • Confident delivery of high quality training sessions, which meet well defined learning objectives.

  • Collaborate with multiple stakeholders (internal and external) to determine learning needs and the best delivery approach, particularly adhering to adult learning principles for all training.

  • Provide ongoing updates on changes to the industry.

  • Give advice on ear protection.

  • Keep up to date with new regulations.


Because of the changing nature of the business your job description will inevitably change.  You will from time to time be required to undertake other activities of a similar nature that fall within your capabilities as directed by management.


Temporary Occupational Health Technician:

  • Whilst carrying out the roles and responsibilities you must ensure you adhere to Prohms’ core values.

  • Maintaining screening unit re: health and safety and maintenance checks, including cleaning of allocated mobile.

  • Pre-plan workload and ensure screening unit is stocked with consumables before visiting sites.

  • Driving the mobile screening unit to and from customer sites in accordance with the Safe Driving Pledge signed annually.

  • Once arrived at customer site, sign in/out according to your host’s rules and park in the allocated area.  You will be expected to stay at the customer site in line with the hours set out in the contractual agreement.

  • Contact the Clinical Team Leader should any problems arise whilst on site.

  • Weekly calibration of audiometry and spirometry equipment.

  • Carry out audiometry, spirometry, vision and skin checks for clients and support any other health screening needs (full training will be given).

  • Ensure that all paperwork is completed with the necessary information before leaving site.

  • Record health results on health records.

  • Update spreadsheet with health information.

  • Feedback to customers verbally before leaving the site.

  • On return to Prohms pass the completed paperwork/memory stick to the Health Surveillance Co-ordinator.

  • Ensure the mobile screening unit is left in a clean & sufficiently stocked condition for the next person.

  • Report any faulty equipment through the appropriate channels.

  • Report any near misses through the appropriate channels.

  • Drug and alcohol testing when required.

Screening Nurse:

  • Whilst carrying out the roles and responsibilities you must ensure you adhere to Prohms’ core values.

  • Pre-plan workload and ensure sufficient consumables are available and make the Office Administrator aware of any depleting stocks.

  • If working on site, driving the mobile screening unit to and from customer sites in accordance with the Safe Driving Pledge signed annually.

  • Once arrived at customer site, sign in/out according to your host’s rules and park in the allocated area.  You will be expected to stay at the customer site in line with the hours set out in the contractual agreement.

  • Contact the Clinical Team Leader should any problems arise whilst on site.

  • Daily calibration of audiometry and spirometry equipment.

  • Carry out audiometry, spirometry, vision and skin checks for clients and support any other health screening needs (full training will be given).

  • Provide advice and recommendations to individuals following the health screening.

  • Discuss and promote health promotion (healthy lifestyle choices).

  • Sign post where appropriate any health-related concerns (refer to GP/refer to other Prohms’ services).

  • To undertake New Starter Medicals (paper screen/telephone calls).

  • Ensure that all paperwork is completed with the necessary information (if on site) before leaving site.

  • Record health results on health records.

  • Update spreadsheet with health information.

  • Feedback to customers verbally before leaving the site.

  • On return to Prohms pass the completed paperwork/memory stick to the Health Surveillance Co-ordinator.

  • Ensure the mobile screening unit is left in a clean & sufficiently stocked condition for the next person.

  • Report any faulty equipment through the appropriate channels.

  • Report any near misses through the appropriate channels.

  • Drug and alcohol testing when required.

  • To complete sign offs, working alongside the Clinical Team Leader.

  • To provide support and guidance to the Occupational Health Technicians.



Because of the changing nature of the business your job description will inevitably change.  You will from time to time be required to undertake other activities of a similar nature that fall within your capabilities as directed by management.

Specialist Practitioner:

  • Assessment and reporting of ‘Fitness to Work’, as a result of medical screening.

  • Overseeing health surveillance programmes.

  • Promotion of health and wellbeing of customer employees; including advice and training about healthy lifestyle choices, smoking cessation programmes, toolbox talks etc.

  • Introduction of health initiatives, such as blood pressure checks, promotional health days.

  • Undertaking of medicals, health screening and management referrals

  • Keeping appropriate medical records.

  • Liaising with the Occupational Physicians, if appropriate. 

  • Liaising with other disciplines e.g. physiotherapists, if appropriate, 

  • Support customers in obtaining GP/specialist reports.

  • Collecting, collaborating and analyzing data to produce a statistical report.

  • Participating in audit of the services.

  • Weekly feedback to the Clinical Team Leader, or in their absence to the Management Team of any issues (highs and lows) unless urgent

  • Proactively trying to identify future potential problems within the workforce.

  • Working to policies and procedures to meet SEQOHS standards.

  • Maintaining and respecting confidentiality.

  • Supporting staff with clinical concerns.

  • Be responsible for occupational activities in the office, empowering other members of staff to perform safely, professionally and to the standard expected by the clinical team.  

  • Work with companies pre and post screening and up sell where possible (must be based on company risk assessment and needs).

  • Contribute and attend clinical governance meetings.

  • Recognise any weak areas in the business and report back.

  • Audit of clinical reports.

  • Checking customers are happy with reports.

  • Flexible post but must cover business needs.


Alongside the above job role your responsibilities will be:

  • Responsible for ensuring the fit for work is left with the customer on the day of service. 

  • Responsible for ensuring health surveillance is completed according to company protocol. 

  • Report back weekly on activities, actions and updates of health initiatives and follow up all lines of enquires and ensure customers are aware of the services the company provides. 

  • Responsible for ensuring all medicals are completed according to company protocol.

 
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