Current openings:

Job # 21-02
Position: Occupational Health RN
Location: Cambridge, MA (paid parking)
Type: Biotech – really nice group of people
Status: 32 – 40 hours a week
Job # 21-07
Position: Occupational Health RN
Location: Boston, MA
Type: Biotech – research & development
Status: Full Time – excellent pay & benefits
Job # 21-10
Position: Occupational Health NP
Location: Boston MA 
Type: Free Standing Occupational Health Clinic
              Work with an excellent physician
Status: 1-3 days a week, flexible days and times
Job # 21-05
Position: Occupational Health RN
Location: Rockland, MA
Type: Manufacturing
Status: 24-40 hours a week, day shift for about 8 weeks
Job # 20-80
Position: Employee Health Nurse Manager - NP
Location: Weymouth, MA
Status: Full time, excellent salary & benefits
Job # 20-81
Position: RN, LPN, EMT – temperature monitor
Location: Acton, MA
Status: 5am – 9am – excellent pay & free breakfast!
Job # 20-69
Position: RN – Manager – Occ Health
Location: Biddeford, Maine
Type: Occupational Health Clinic
Status: Full time with excellent benefits
Job # 20-99
Position: RN – Occupational Health, Emergency or Urgent Care
Location: West Greenwich, RI
Status: three - 12 hour shifts during the weekdays.
Job # 21-03
Position: Registered Nurse – New Grads welcome to apply!
Location: South Kingstown, RI
Type: University Health Services
Status: 32 - 40 hours per week,
         This is a contract position for 3 months
Job # 20-98
Position: RN – Case manager and COVID Resource
Location: Stafford Springs, CT
Status: 24 hours a week – contract
         3 days a week 2 pm – 10 pm – some flexibility
         Remote with occasional onsite
Job # 21-04
Position: RN
Location: Plainfield, CT
Status: Per diem – flexible with ongoing coverage
Job # 21-09
Position: Occupational Nurse Manager - RN
Location: Swiftwater, PA
Type: Biotech – research & development
Status: Full time, Monday to Friday
         Work with NP, RNs and MAs
Job # 21-08 ($500 referral bonus if they are hired!)
Position: Occupational Health or Emergency Physician ( MD )
Location: Richmond, KY ( relocation & outstanding base pay)
Status: Full time, Tuesday to Friday, 10 hour days with some on call.
Salary: Competitive compensation and benefits package, including an outstanding work environment.
Job # 21-01
Position: Occupational Health or Urgent Care Nurse ( RN )
Location: Alpharetta, GA
Type: Manufacturing
Status: Part Time 16-24 hours, flexible

For more info on the positions go to: www/

If you are interested in this position email a resume as an attached word document to

Nancy Clover RN, COHN-S
Occupational Health Connections
978-686-9739   Fax: 978-258-2682
PO Box 2106  Methuen, MA 01844

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Free course: Occupational health and safety for health workers in the context of COVID-19
Feb 17: Workers’ Compensation Fraud....How to Protect your Company's Investment
March 26: COVID-19 & the Occupational Health Nurse

March 30 - Save the date
Free Webinar on Covid & Workers comp at noon
April 7-9: Nurse Practitioner Conference

April 13: Immunization conference

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Covid Resources:

Excellent info: What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws

We know that the vaccine is effective, but can you get #COVID19 in between vaccination doses?
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins Contract tracing course: Free

A side-by-side comparison COVID vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca. What you need to know.

COVID-19 Vaccination
Clinical Resources for Each COVID-19 Vaccine
Find information for COVID-19 vaccination administration, storage and handing, reporting, and patient education for each specific vaccine

Preparing Your Practice for COVID-19 Vaccination

Strategies to evaluate and manage post-vaccination signs and symptoms among healthcare personnel – is it covid or side effects of the vaccine?

OSHA has tips for safely handling cryogens and dry ice used in storing COVID-19 vaccines.

EEOC Issues Guidance on Employer COVID-19 Vaccination Policies

CDC has released two new toolkits with ready-to-use materials to help build confidence about COVID-19 vaccination. CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccine Communication Toolkit for Community-Based Organizations and COVID-19 Vaccine Communication Toolkit for Essential Workers include:
  • Guides for building vaccine confidence within community-based organizations and critical infrastructure sectors
  • Turn-key slide decks for virtual town halls or other informational meetings 
  • Posters and flyers for multiple occupations and settings
  • Fact sheets and FAQs in eight languages
  • Newsletter content and letters to members 
  • Social media sample messages
  • Printable buttons/stickers for individuals to wear once they’ve gotten their vaccine
Occ Health Info:

Together alone: staying well as OH practitioners in challenging times –
Excellent but scary article:
The Next Pandemic Is Already Here
Reduce the Health Risks from Sedentary Work | NIOSH | CDC