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Occupational Health Advisor (RN), Sykes Assistance Services Corporation

London, Ontario
No deadline noted

Sykes Assistance Services Corporation (SASC) provides the very latest and most advanced customer communication, healthcare and employee wellness programs to over 100 private sector, public sector, and Fortune 500 companies.

SASC is Canada's leading provider of contact centre based Telehealth services, covering over 18 million lives with more than 400 professional nurses.

We are currently recruiting for an Occupational Health Advisor to be based in our London, Ontario site.  This role offers a unique and exciting opportunity to assist in the implementation and continuous improvement of a professional scope of responsibility. 

The Occupational Health Advisor is responsible for the occupational health case management and managing ability elements across our different divisions.  The key focus of the role is to promote, implement and manage a program that prevents and reduces employee absence due to illness and/or injury.  This position will require the coordination of occupational health and cross-functional activities to deliver a proactive service. As the subject matter expert, the successful incumbent will also serve as the primary contact for external stakeholders. 

The successful candidate will be required to provide robust face to face and telephonic case management.  Through independent and appropriate clinical advice in accordance with organizational practices and relevant legislation, individualized plans for workplace accommodation, safe rehabilitation and resettlement will be created and implemented.   This role acts primarily independently within appropriate professional guidelines, working in a team environment when required. 

To be considered for this position, you will be a Registered Nurse in good standing with the CNO, and ideally hold a qualification within Occupational Health (Diploma or Degree Level).  A minimum of 2 years occupational health experience is required, preferably in a corporate environment.   Strong case management experience is essential.  You must be computer literate in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) and be able to learn systems and processes. 

Preference will be given to candidates with a proven track record of successfully helping stay at / return to work.

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We are unable to respond personally to each and every application.  Therefore, if you have not heard back from us within the next 2 weeks, please accept this as confirmation that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.