Imagine... working for a company that knows that its people are the key to its success in the marketplace. A company in which achieving extraordinary results and having a stimulating work experience are part of the same process.
At Campbell, we cultivate and embrace a diverse employee population. We recognize that people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives fuel our growth and enrich our global culture.
We are looking for an individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment, likes to be challenged, and values the opportunity to make a difference.
The occupational health nurse manager supervises and coordinates staff and Medical Department operations, providing comprehensive health, wellness and safety services to the employee population in accordance with all applicable company policies, government regulations, nurse practice standards and best practice guidelines. This dual role combines clinical, professional expertise, and supervisory responsibilities. In all areas of practice, the occupational health nurse manager will act as a resource and an advocate for both employee and company to encourage the attainment of optimal health and well-being within the corporation. Plans, implements and manages Medical Department operations - including but not limited to the following
Managing staff, including clinical oversight, staff development and performance management. Working with Campbell Corporate Occupational Health Team regarding staffing decisions, training, and alignment to functional strategy.
Oversees and conducts the following
Assessment, treatment, referral and recording of occupational and emergent non-occupational injuries/illnesses.
Medical surveillance and licensing exams, such as pre-employment, fitness for duty, powered industrial equipment, DOT physicals and OSHA required exams.
Organizing, administering and maintaining the policies of the occupational medical program consistent with the company’s general policies concerning health services.
Planning, developing and utilizing the necessary equipment, supplies and outside vendors/resources necessary to achieve the objectives of the Medical Department and operate within budget guidelines.
Administering the plant’s Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
Partnering with professional health resources and department supervision to develop and place injured workers into modified/light duty assignments which meet their physical capabilities and promote rehabilitation.
Coordinating medical treatment for Workers' Compensation cases in conjunction with Risk Management and Insurer.
Acting as liason between employee and insurer for Disability case management.
Interacting with on-site and community physicians, nurses and physical therapists to promote employee health and wellness in the case management process.
Coordinating professional resources to ensure that programs comply with all occupational health, safety and environmental rules and regulations.
Collaborates with corporate Occupational Health Team to participate on task forces as needed, work on special projects, and provide mentoring to Nurses in the network.
Continuously updates knowledge of federal, state and local laws/regulations and other best practices applicable to occupational health. Maintains all required professional licensure and certifications.
Implements company provided wellness programs and, additionally, employee health and wellness programs addressing the unique health risks and demographics of the site.
Engages, evaluates and directs users to appropriate CSC resources, such as the Employee Assistance Program, Medical Decision Support and Wellness Programs through company promotions, group education, individual consultations and/or referrals.
Collaborates with Safety Team and Risk Management by participating in Global Safety & Health Audit process, instructing employees in ergonomic and safety education, and participating on Safety and Workers’ Compensation Committees.
Collects and analyzes health and utilization data. Prepares and delivers written and oral presentations/reports to management/user groups regarding occupational health clinic utilization and wellness programs. Prepares OSHA log.
Demonstrates the ability to set priorities and multitask while performing the duties of the Medical Department, including managing staff, patient care provision, regulatory oversight and policy development.
Demonstrates high ethical standards and sustains positive staff and employee relations by inspiring trust, providing high caliber medical treatment and counsel, and maintaining strict confidentiality.
Uses knowledge of Workers' Compensation regulations, case management skills and the PIM process to ensure patient understanding and compliance, reduce recovery time, and improve the employee's recovery and return to work outcome.
Shows the ability to successfully build and maintain productive relationships with Third Party providers through open communication and professional discourse.
Draws upon regulatory knowledge to ensure program compliance with all OSHA and safety standards through effective training, administration, recordkeeping and utilization of resources.
Utilizes medical skills to manage stressful situations through effective communication, accurate assessment, and the provision/recommendation of appropriate care.
Registered Nurse. BS in nursing or related field. Five + years related experience, such as the practice of nursing within an occupational health or emergency room setting (or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience).AHA or Red Cross CPR/AED certification.
Ability to practice independently with minimal supervision.Strong written and oral communication skills.
Sound judgement and ability to manage crisis situations.
Knowledge of state Worker’s Compensation law, OSHA requirements and other occupational health regulations
Computer proficiency, for example, experience with Lotus Notes and/or Windows-based software applications (Word, Excel) plus Occupational Health related software (OHM or Medgate).
Additional certification in areas such as spirometry, audiometry and/or drug test collection may be required.
American Board of Occupationl Health Nurses certification (COHN or COHN-S) preffered.
Clean and orderly medical office setting. Intermittent exposure to a production environment (noise, heat, and moving machinery).Prior management experience preferred.
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