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  • Onshore

    • HR Coordinator

      Ref: REC118
      Location: Aberdeen - UK
      Posted: 22 November 2017

      We currently have an opening for a HR Coordinator, based in Aberdeen for 6 months. The purpose of this role is to focus on day-to-day HR operational requirements across the business, assist with recruitment, and work with the Business Partners to deliver the People Agenda.

       

      The following skills and experience are essential:

      • Eligible to work, or resident, in the UK
      • Experience working in HR at administrator level or above
      • Sound understanding of integrity and compliance
      • Communicates well in written and oral form
      • Ability to multi task and work under own initiative to deliver to deadlines
      • Relationship builder with influencing skills
      • Strong IT skills in HRIS and Office packages (particularly Activ8, ADP and Excel)
      • Ideally working in a transforming environment
      • Strong team player

       

      Main duties for the role include (please note this is not an exhaustive list, the full job description can be requested from HR);

      • Act as the first point of contact for general HR queries, proactively managing the HR shared mailbox on a day to day basis.
      • Provide advice on HR processes and Company procedures, escalating any complex queries to the HR Business Partners.
      • Management of day to day recruitment for the UK, including running the process and advising managers on compliance and methods of attracting candidates
      • Provide support for the recruitment and selection of staff including advertising, responding to applications, scheduling interviews and being a member of the interview panel.
      • Actively review agency terms and conditions to ensure best value for money, identifying cost saving opportunities.
      • Proactively research and identify suitable recruitment sources for specialist and technical roles.
      • Use the HR System to maintain records and provide regular and ad-hoc statistical/management reports as required., including regular management information on recruitment
      • Produce all correspondence and relevant documentation relating to the employee lifecycle, including offer letters, reference requests, employment and sub-contractor contracts etc.
      • Ensure the accurate and timely completion of notification to payroll of people changes, starters and leavers.
      • Conduct new hire inductions /onboarding and leaver interviews.
      • Assist in the review and update of Company Policies and Procedures, keeping up to date on current employment law and legislative changes which may impact the business.
      • Assist the HR Business Partners on project work, supporting with data, research and input as required.
      • Ensure that HR information and activity remains confidential at all times.
      • Develop and foster strong working relationships with key business stakeholders to achieve recruitment objectives.
      • Undertake any other associated duties as determined by the HR Business Partners
      • Manage all types of absence within the business such as Maternity/Paternity/sickness absence
      • Minutes for Disciplinary, Capability and Grievance with a view to managing some cases, especially around sickness absence

       

      This role offers a fantastic opportunity to work on one of our leading clinics in a role that provides real responsibility, challenge and variety.

      Hours of Work:

      37.5hrs per week

      Location:

      Aberdeen

      Start Date:

      ASAP

      Closing Date:

      8th December 2017

       

      Applications to: libby.potter@iqarus.com

    • Social Media Officer- FIXED TERM CONTRACT

      Ref: REC116
      Location: Hereford - UK
      Posted: 2 November 2017

      We currently have an opening for a Social Media Officer within our Training and Development business, based in Hereford for 6 months. The purpose of this role is to develop and manage the online social media presence of Iqarus Training and Development division efficiently and in line with company requirements and schedules. The successful individual will produce and manage the division’s social media in accordance with the Company’s Social Media Policy, represent the business across multiple social media platforms, produce and manage online learning content as well as develop the division’s website content.

      The following skills and experience are essential:

      • Eligible to work, or resident, in the UK
      • Committed to providing an excellent service
      • Proven experience in a broad range of one or more of the following:

      o     Digital Communications

      o     Social Media

      o     Research and Analytics

      o     Content marketing

      • Previous website design experience
      • Previous experience of developing a Training and Development Database
      • Computer literate
      • Customer focused
      • Ability to travel

       

      Main duties for the role include (please note this is not an exhaustive list, the full job description can be requested from HR):

      • Design and implement new and creative social media content
      • Create and engage with a community of diverse clientele
      • Promote the Training and Development division across a number of social media platforms
      • Plan, write, post and edit news and web content
      • Monitor and respond to community feedback
      • Integrate an evolving, dynamic social media presence
      • Website management and online learning content management to provide an online presence for clients
      • Identify, report and actively develop sales opportunities

       

       

      This role offers a fantastic opportunity to work on one of our leading clinics in a role that provides real responsibility, challenge and variety.

       

      Hours of Work:

      37.5hrs per week

      Location:

      Hereford

      Start Date:

      ASAP

      Closing Date:

      30th November 2017

       

      Applications to: hr.gbr@iqarus.com

    • Operations Managers - Permanent

      Ref: REC115
      Location: Aberdeen - UK
      Posted: 23 October 2017

      OPERATIONS MANAGERS - PERMANENT 

      Iqarus Occupational Health division require Operations Managers to work within the Offshore Operations team, based at Forest Grove House operating platform in Aberdeen, UK.  This critical role requires the successful applicant to have extensive operations management experience within the Offshore and Maritime sectors, demonstrating exceptional leadership and people management skills, with a track record of providing an efficient, productive and quality led operational service delivery.

       

      The following qualifications/certification/experience is essential:

      • Degree or relevant experience in Business Management, Operations Management, or other relevant field
      • Extensive knowledge and experience in organisational effectiveness and operations management
      • Knowledge and previous experience in the Offshore and Maritime sectors
      • Sound financial and commercial knowledge and practices
      • Comprehensive project management expertise
      • Exceptional people management and development skills with the ability to motivate, engage, inspire and drive multiple teams to achieve business objectives
      • Ability to work with a high level of autonomy and initiative, taking the lead when hurdles arise or tasks require completion
      • Outstanding communication skills to work effectively and dynamically, fostering an environment of team working
      • Strong critical thinking, analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to adapt to the ever changing environment, reacting quickly to meet challenges whilst exercising calmness under pressure
      • Excellent conflict management, negotiating, influencing and leadership skills
      • Highly competent in IT packages, such as Office 365, MS Office, Salesforce etc

       

      Preference will be given to those with additional offshore experience, particularly in a medical capacity.

       

      Main duties for the role include the following:

      • Proactive and effective line management of assigned Medics, including operational/project inductions, regular one-to-one meetings, performance reviews and operational objective setting. Work with Site Liaison function to ensure Medic rotas are in place and sufficient cover is available.
      • Host routine operational calls with offshore teams and onshore stakeholders, using sound judgement to manage and/or escalate any operational issues as required.
      • Project planning and compliance for each site including start up, set up and completion.
      • Work with assigned Medical Advisor and Offshore Medical team to ensure work is executed in accordance with the agreed scope of work.
      • Ensure compliance to Company’s Offshore Operating Procedures.
      • Work collaboratively with Clients to ensure their operational needs and expectations are clearly defined and delivered.
      • Attend assigned Client routine performance meetings with wider Company stakeholders, presenting on operational performance and compliance.
      • Proactively manage project costs in line with delegated levels of authority, escalating issues as required
      • Assist with financial and bad debt queries.

      Contribute to business development, sales and marketing activities, such as tender processes, product and service launches etc.

      • Implementation of Company’s reporting and site management tools (trip reporting, site quality plan and documentation etc).
      • Undertake site visits as per annual plan.
      • Ensure facilities on assigned Client sites are maintained to required operational standards of professional excellence, including personnel competence, equipment (maintenance, stock management etc) and patient services.
      • Oversee training compliance of direct reports in line with Company matrices and contractual requirements, including audit and assurance of Company systems.
      • Complete relevant operational site risk assessment for new work sites, collaborating as required with relevant clinical and HSE teams.
      • Act as focal point for assigned Client’s additional resourcing requests.
      • Act as operational focal point for assigned Client’s contracts, developing and managing relationships with key Client operational stakeholders (such as OIM’s, Captains, Rig Managers etc).
      • Work with Medical and Account Management teams to define and propose work scopes, and to manage scope creep and contract variation during execution.
      • Ensure compliance to Company financial procedures.

       

      Please note this list is not intended to be exhaustive, a full job description can be requested from: Natalie.Lauder@iqarus.com

       

      This position offers a fantastic opportunity to work in a key operational role within a dynamic team and developing business, providing real responsibility, challenge and variety.

      Start Date:

      ASAP

      Closing Date:

      6th November 2017

       

      Applications to: recruitment.gbr@iqarus.com

    • SPECIALTY REGISTRAR IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE - PERMANENT

      Ref: REC114
      Location: Aberdeen - UK
      Posted: 22 October 2017

      We currently have an opening for a Specialty Registrar in Occupational Medicine, based in Aberdeen. This is a training grade post following the programme supervised by the Postgraduate Deanery in accordance with the requirements set by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.  Successful completion of the training over the four year period will allow the post holder to register with the GMC as a specialist in Occupational Medicine.

       

      The following skills and experience are essential:

       

      Main duties for the role include (please note this is not an exhaustive list, the full job description can be requested from HR);

      • Contribute to the Occupational Health Services of the Company including:

      o     Provision of OH advice to client companies including identifying OH needs, developing and reviewing    policies and procedures

      o     Liaison with HR professionals and managers in client companies

      o     Medical review of patients and test results

      o     Interpretation of medical guidelines in individual cases

      o     Provision of medical certification

      o     Interpretation of drug and alcohol test results

      o     Liaison with GPs, Specialists, Company Medical Advisors

      o     Pre-placement advice to employers and employees including travel health advice

      o     Advice to individual employees on occupational health and lifestyle

      o     Ethical handling of confidential medical information

      • Undertake other specialist OH clinics with the provision of detailed medical reports to clients where training has been provided
      • Support others within the team including staff development
      • Attendance at worksites for the purpose of carrying out medical sessions as the nominated Medical Adviser.
      • Participate/lead professional, interdisciplinary meetings and scheduled training activities
      • Assist with the clinical development of new products and services
      • Liaise with colleagues and devise methods to streamline service delivery
      • Participate in clinical audit programmes

       

      In addition the ability to participate in the Topside or Diving medical emergency rota would be an advantage

       

      This role offers a fantastic opportunity to work on one of our leading clinics in a role that provides real responsibility, challenge and variety.

       

      Hours of Work:

      37.5hrs per week

      Location:

      Aberdeen

      Start Date:

      ASAP

      Closing Date:

      23 November 2017

       

      Applications to: hr.gbr@iqarus.com

    • Key Account Manager

      Ref: REC111
      Location: Aberdeen - UK
      Posted: 19 October 2017

      Role Overview:

      The Key Account Manager is responsible for building and maintaining strong client relations whilst securing renewals/account extensions and developing long term relationships with the client. They are responsible for the relationship with the client and act as the focal point for all client contact.

       

      Main duties for the role include the following:

      • Ensure customer needs are met in line with the client contract work scope
      • Responsible for the relationships with the key account portfolio
      • Analysis and identification of client needs and opportunities
      • Escalate any cross-border opportunities to senior management
      • Act as the central escalation point for key identified accounts
      • Responsible for key account renewals
      • Develop an account plan for each key client defining their market strategy, market share/competitors, growth opportunities, decision making unit and key contacts
      • Cross selling and up selling the range of products and services available to the client portfolio
      • Generating proposals, pricing and contract negotiation solutions
      • Act as the key interface between client and internal teams
      • Regularly review and update client monthly forecasting
      • Ensuring the CRM is up to date at all times
      • Regularly review and follow up with debtors to ensure regular and timely payment of invoices 
      • Coordinate and responding to financial queries
      • Develop annual budgets
      • Attend and participate in regular aged debt meetings with finance
      • Line management of Account Managers

       

      The following qualifications/certification/experience is essential:

      • Experience in a client facing, commercially focussed environment
      • Experience in the management of personnel
      • Excellent written, numeric and oral communication skills
      • IT literate – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio
      • Task orientated and result driven 
      • Team player with the ability to communicate with people at all levels
      • Customer focussed – dedicated to meeting the client requirements and expectations
      • Ability to complete plans to ensure compliance and delivery

       

      This position offers a fantastic opportunity that provides real responsibility, challenge and variety.

      Core Hours of Work:

      37.5 hours per week

      Location:

      Aberdeen

      Start Date:

      ASAP

      Closing Date:

      27/10/2017

       

      Applications to: recruitment.gbr@iqarus.com

    • Account Manager - Permanent

      Ref: REC112
      Location: Aberdeen - UK
      Posted: 18 October 2017

      Role Overview:

      The role of the Account Manager is to support the Key Account Manager (KAM) in the delivery of services to the client portfolio. The Account Manager will support small clients with the view to growing the business.

       

      Main duties for the role include, but are not limited to, the following:

      • Responsible for supporting the KAM in the management of client relations
      • Assist the KAM, working alongside client services to ensure the timely and efficient onboarding of new clients
      • Responsible for the coordination and delivery of accurate client reporting in line with contract and expectations
      • Develop and maintain strong working relations with all internal stakeholders
      • Assist the KAM in the development of proposals and quotes in line with the bid process
      • Responsible for the coordination and delivery of accurate client reporting in line with contract and expectations
      • Escalate any identified client account development opportunities
      • Assist the KAM in developing and updating client monthly forecasting
      • Monitor management information for trends, service failings and feedback to the KAM as appropriate
      • Ensure all client information is stored on the Iqarus CRM
      • Support in resolving financial queries
      • Assist the KAM in developing and updating client monthly forecasting
      • Assist the KAM in developing annual budgets
      • Support in the collecting of aged debt

       

      The following qualifications/certification/experience is essential:

      • Experience in a client facing, commercially focussed environment
      • Experience in the management of personnel
      • Excellent written, numeric and oral communication skills
      • IT literate – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio
      • Task orientated and result driven 
      • Team player with the ability to communicate with people at all levels
      • Customer focussed – dedicated to meeting the client requirements and expectations
      • Ability to complete plans to ensure compliance and delivery

       

      This position offers a fantastic opportunity that provides real responsibility, challenge and variety.

      Core Hours of Work:

      37.5 hours per week

      Location:

      Aberdeen

      Start Date:

      ASAP

      Closing Date:

      27/10/2017

       

      Applications to: recruitment.gbr@iqarus.com

    • Occupational Hygienist

      Ref: REC 108
      Location: UK - National
      Posted: 27 September 2017

      We are currently recruiting Occupational Hygienists on a permanent contract to join our growing team in the UK.

       

      You will be responsible for identifying, assessing and controlling health hazards in a range of settings as well as concentrate on the short and long-term effects on health arising from both acute and chronic exposure to hazards, and enable clients to respond effectively to legislative requirements.

       

      This position will work alongside other experienced consultants to investigate a wide range of case studies. The successful individual will need a broad understanding of the industry with a good knowledge of industrial processing equipment and held specific responsibility for wider HSE compliance. Occasional international travel will be required.

       

      The following skills and/or experience is essential:

      • an understanding of safe systems of work and wider Health & Safety legislation based on working on clients sites;
      • an ability to write technical reports that are clear, concise, factual and easy to read;
      • experience of Occupational Hygiene and Health & Safety;
      • a relevant technical qualification in Occupational Hygiene either at Certificate level or working towards this;
      • a current UK driving licence;
      • the ability to work independently and also as part of a team to meet health objectives;
      • an analytical approach to work and a high level of attention to detail;
      • problem-solving skills and the ability to operate effectively under pressure and to tight deadlines;
      • negotiating skills and the capacity to persuade others in order to achieve results and initiate action;
      • operational decision-making skills;

       

      Main duties for the role include but are not limited to:

      • undertaking surveys and evaluating risks to health in the workplace;
      • accurately measuring and sampling levels of exposure, often through precise use of specialist equipment;
      • recording facts or details of procedures in the workplace;
      • eliminating or significantly reducing risk by making organisational changes and selecting and designing relevant facilities;
      • considering all options of control, such as ventilation, containment and personal protective equipment and finding cost-effective solutions;
      • compiling data, writing reports and presenting findings to clients;
      • liaising with a range of people, including employers and employees, in the process of evaluating workplaces;
      • providing clear and accurate information on complex health and safety issues;
      • training organisation staff on health issues such as asbestos and Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) awareness;
      • persuading company management to develop effective hazard controls when required;
      • providing expert witness services;
      • liaising with regulatory bodies such as the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

       

      This role offers a fantastic opportunity to work with a growing business in a leading occupational health provider in the UK.

      Start date:               ASAP           
      Application close: 3 November 2017
      e-mail contact:         

      stephanie.collins@iqarus.com

       

       

       

    • Occupational Health Nurse

      Ref: REC108
      Location: Aberdeen, Scotland
      Posted: 27 August 2017

      We are currently recruiting an Occupational Health Nurse Adviser on a permanent contract to join our medical team in Aberdeen.  This position will deliver the highest quality nurse led occupational health services, including safe and effective service delivery as well as maintenance of occupational health and safety standards within our clinic. The successful applicant will be a Registered Nurse with experience in a hospital setting and/or within an occupational health clinic. They will have a strong track record of patient care, client focus and are committed to results. Teamwork and excellent communication skills are also key to this position as they will be working with a multidisciplinary team with the Aberdeen clinic.

       

      The following skills and/or experience is essential:

      • Eligible to work, or reside in, the UK
      • Registered with the NMC in the UK as a qualified nurse
      • Post-registration experience in a  variety of clinical settings
      • Computer literate
      • Deliver high quality results
      • Communicate effectively and work dynamically to foster an environment of team working

       

      Main duties for the role include but are not limited to:

      • Conducting all nurse led screening in a professional manner; including Audiometry, Spirometry, Chester Step Test, and ECG
      • Interpreting clinical information to give presumptive decision regarding fitness for job role before final clinical results are passed to a Clinic Doctor for verification, sign-off and issue of certificates
      • Conducting and Interpreting Health Surveillance
      • Promoting health education to clients
      • Delivering a high standard of customer satisfaction at all times
      • Supporting and maintaining inventory of all assets
      • Advising and reviewing company policies focussing on the protection of mental and physical wellbeing of employees
      • Ensuring clinical case notes are maintained for each patient
      • Ensuring patient confidentiality

       

      This role offers a fantastic opportunity to work with a growing business in a leading occupational health provider in the North East of Scotland.

       

      Deadline for applications:   4 September 2017

      Apply to:                            Stephanie.Collins@internationalsos.com

      Date to start:                     As soon as possible

  • Offshore

    • Medics

      Ref: REF
      Location: UK
      Posted: 5 June 2017

      Due to recent growth within our Remote Healthcare Division, we are urgently seeking to recruit offshore medics. If you are interested and meet the following criteria, please submit your up to date CV and all training and qualification certificates to: recruitment.gbr@iqarus.com

       

      Minimum experience and skill requirements are:

       

       

      · Eligible to work in the UK

      · Registered Nurse (Adult), with at least 3 years’ post-graduation experience,

      OR; Royal Navy Medical Assistant (at Leading Hand or above),

      OR; Royal Marines Medical Assistance (at Corporal or above),

      OR; British Army Combat Medical Technician Class 1 (at Corporal or above),

      OR; Royal Air Force Medical Assistant (at Corporal or above),

      OR; Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service Medical Technician,

      OR; HCPC Registered Paramedic

      · HSE Offshore Medic Certificate

      · BOSIET/FOET (c/w CA-EBS)

      · OGUK Medical

      · MIST