Current openings:

Flu & Covid vaccinators needed in Massachusetts:
Must have current PPD, covid vaccine, Tdap with in last 10 years, immunizations or titers for
Hep B, MMR, Varicella
Lots of openings in September, October and possibly November
Current locations (this changes daily):Massachusetts: Belmont, Boston, Burlington, Cambridge, Charlestown, Middleborough, Needham, Peabody,
Job # 21-54
Position: RN – this is a great job for someone who would like to learn Occ Health
Location: Waterford, CT
Status: per diem – will train the right person starting in September
for about 5 weeks coverage starting in October 2021 and then again in April, 2022
Job # 21-04
Position: RN per diem
Location: CT – Danbury, Plainfield
Status: per diem 
Job # 21-55
Position: RN
Location: West Greenwich, RI
Type: Manufacturing
Status: two - 12 hour shifts during the weekdays.
   Work with a great NP
Job # 21-35
Position: Occupational Health Nurse
Location: Nashua, NH
Status: Full time, have every other Friday off
Job # 21-61
Position: RN
Location: Burlington, MA
Status: 3-5 days a week, Monday to Friday
Job # 21-62
Position: Administrative assistant
Location: Burlington, MA
Status: Full time
Job # 21-57
Position: Workers comp case manager
Location: Hybrid model with occasionally going into Somerville, MA
Status: Full time, contract Mid-September for about 6 months
Job # 21-44 Sign on bonus!
Position: Manager RN or NP– occupational or employee health
Location: Attleboro, MA
Status: full time, work with a team of RNs
Job # 21-47
Position: Occupational Health Nurse ( RN )
Location: Marlborough, MA
Status: 3 days a week
Job # 21-63 – Covid Testing site
Position: Medical assistant
Location: Woburn, MA
Status: Full time

Job # 21-51
Position: RN
Location: Andover, MA
Status: Part time, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday,
         Second shift 2 pm – 10:30 pm

Job # 21-56
Position: NP (new grads welcome to apply)
Location: Waltham, MA - remote
Status: 40 hours per week, temporary position with limited benefits but a great place to get experience
Job # 21-59
Position: RN (new grads welcome to apply)
Location: Waltham, Massachusetts
Type: Covid Testing coordinator
Status: Full time. This is a contract position until December
Job # 21-36
Position: RN
Location: Bedford, MA
Status: Full time with excellent benefit package
Job # 21-33 $5000 sign on bonus
Position: Occupational Health RN Manager
Location: Boston, MA
Status: Full Time – excellent pay & benefits
Job # 21-62
Position: Administrative assistant
Location: Boston, MA
Status: Tuesday & Thursdays for October
Job # 21-18 
Position: Occupational Health RN
Location: Waltham, MA
Status: Full time, competitive salary and excellent benefits
Job # 21-32 
Position: Occupational Health RN
Location: Boston, MA – Seaport area
Status: 2 days a week, M & W per diem
Job # 21-53
Position: NP
Location: Geneva, NY
Status: Full time
Job # 21-41
Position: MD
Location: Peekskill, NY
Type: Manufacturing
Status: 2 mornings a week 
Job # 21-37
Position: Occupational Health RN
Location: McLean, VA
Status: Full time with excellent benefit package
Job # 21-38
Position: Occupational Health RN 
Location: Senatobia, MS 
Status: Full time with excellent benefit package

I am always happy to pay a referral bonus if the nurse is hired!

For more info on the positions go to:

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

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

Additional information and open positions at


Free CNE:
Seizure Recognition and First Aid Certification
75 minutes Certificate of Completion

Sept 8-11: Assoc of Occ Health Professionals (AOHP) Annual conference
San Diego, CA
Sept 8-9: SVAPOHN Occ Health Conference
Lead the Way: Providing Innovative and Transformative Programs for Your Employees
Sept 9: Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome & Return-to-Work
Sept 29 -Oct 2: Western Occ Health Conference
Oct 4-5: Emerging Trends in Healthcare: The Impact on Case Management - Hybrid

Oct 15 & 16: Preparing For Case Management Certification
Woburn, MA
Oct 20-21 PAAOHN conference “After The Storm”
Harrisburg, PA
Oct 28-30: Georgia AOHN conference
Sept 30 10 am – noon: Free Virtual Seminar on Occupational Hazard Awareness for General Industry 
Presented by OSHA Consultation Program 
Nov 4: Ohio Occ Health: Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
Nov 5: NJAOHN: Surviving the Pandemic: Current Perspectives and the Road Ahead
Nov 9: NP Bootcamp RN’s invited– virtual


March 28-30: AAOHN conference
Pittsburg, PA

Covid Resources:

Workers With Long COVID-19: You May Be Entitled to Workplace Accommodations

Occ Health Resources:
Drought and your health
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One of the "root causes" of workplace injuries, illnesses, and incidents is the failure to identify or recognize hazards that are present, or that could have been anticipated. A critical element of any effective safety and health program is a proactive, ongoing process to identify and assess such hazards.
To identify and assess hazards, employers and workers:
§ Collect and review information about the hazards present or likely to be present in the workplace.
§ Conduct initial and periodic workplace inspections of the workplace to identify new or recurring hazards.
§ Investigate injuries, illnesses, incidents, and close calls/near misses to determine the underlying hazards, their causes, and safety and health program shortcomings.
§ Group similar incidents and identify trends in injuries, illnesses, and hazards reported.
§ Consider hazards associated with emergency or nonroutine situations.
§ Determine the severity and likelihood of incidents that could result for each hazard identified and use this information to prioritize corrective actions.