Provides strategic system leadership for Occupational Health Services as well as operational oversight for all Occupational Health Departments.
Responsible for coordinating, managing, planning and developing policies and procedures to provide high quality employee health services that meet all internal and external requirements.
In conjunction with Business Units and key stakeholders develops and implements strategic plans and annual operating goals consistent with the strategic direction, objectives and policies of the Company.
Through oversight by the Company Medical Director development and maintain standard medical treatment protocols and equipment/supplies to support those protocols.
Assures collection, monitoring and reporting of data and health information practices to assure proper custodianship of employee health records and trends analysis as well as all required regulatory reporting.
Assures effective case management through excellent communication with appropriate internal (Legal, Safety and Risk groups) and external contacts, timely and relevant medical specialty assessments and organizational strategies which maximize employee health and productivity.This will include training on enhancing local medical provider interaction and relationships.
Assist in the performance evaluation of the Occupational Health Departments through on-site and desk audits as well as the development and ongoing distribution of the Occupational Health scorecard.
Monitors activities for and ensures compliance with laws, government regulations, OSHA requirements and JBS policies.
Ownership for the “Health” side of the JBS Enterprise-wide Safety & Health System.
Responsible for providing support and guidance for proper administrative, operational and clinical training of staff with direction and support from the Medical Director.
Provide direction and counsel for clinical issues that may arise and consultation with the medical Director.
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, with certification in Occupational or Public Health. Master’s degree preferred.
Five to seven years of progressive responsible professional and management experience in a large occupational or ambulatory health care facility.