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At Health Matters are continuously seeking to recruit Health & Safety Professional Trainers and Consultants to join our ever expanding team within the UK and Ireland. If you are interested in either ‘ad hoc’, full time or part time work please register your details  below and we will be in touch.


Please be assured that all registered interests will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

Current Vacancies

We are currently looking for self employed individuals who would be interested in the delivery of CSR Training on behalf of Health Matters. The ideal individual must have previous experience in the delivery of training in the construction sector and have relevant and up to date training certification. Flexibility is required and the ability to travel throughout Northern Ireland is a must.


To hear more about this opportunity, email Clayre Sloan, or call 028 30 256 482

Are you a registered nurse? Have you been involved in the delivery of Healthcare training such as Moving & Handling of People, Safeguarding, Administration of Medication and First Aid at Work within healthcare settings?  Interested in a full-time, part-time or adhoc role? If your answer is ‘yes’ to all these questions, we are keen to talk to you.


The Role

As a Health Matters Healthcare Trainer, you will be responsible for working with our clients across the healthcare sector in the delivery of RQIA mandatory training courses, such as the Moving & Handling of People, Safeguarding, Administration of Medication and First Aid at Work within healthcare settings. You will also assist our Health Promotion team with the delivery of health and wellbeing seminars, MOT health checks and educational seminars.



  • To deliver outstanding face to face training to groups of people in healthcare settings
  • To manage your own CPD (i.e keep your knowledge up to date on the subjects you train)
  • To be a fair and inclusive trainer
  • Deliver a smart, friendly and welcoming presentation


The Person

We require someone with from a nursing background with training experience, preferably in delivery of some of the courses detailed within ‘the role’ section. We require someone with a passion for what they do, the desire to share their knowledge and skills with others and solid occupational experience in the healthcare sector.

Nurse trainers will need to be qualified NMC registered nurses, however, training or mentoring qualifications are not required as they can work with you to gain these.

This is your opportunity to train the next generation of care professionals on mandatory subjects within the Health & Social Care Sector.


Required skills

  • Previous experience in teaching or training in the healthcare sector
  • Driving licence & access to a vehicle
  • Excellent time management and communications skills
  • Stong self-motivation
  • Good IT Skills
  • Great customer service and people skills
  • To be an experienced and qualified nurse (Nurse Trainer only)


Desirable skills

Possess a minimum of a recognised training qualification OR a nurse mentoring and coaching award (if you don’t have this, they can help you achieve this qualification)


Salary & Benefits:

A competitive salary / fee will be on offer. To be discussed at interview.



To register your interest please submit a copy of your CV accompanied by an appropriate cover letter to

To view job description, and to apply, please click here.

Newry, Full-time, Permanent

Due to continued growth, Health Matters (Health & Safety) Ltd, are urgently seeking an experienced Business Support Administrator. Based in Newry, this role is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience of managing different administrative tasks, to develop their skill set further by providing comprehensive co-ordination and support to the multi functioning teams, whilst aiding business growth.


Working as part of a team, you will provide effective support to the Operations Manager, assisting the admin teams with the day to day activities of the business, liaising with all admin departments supporting key activities in relation to pre and post training requirements, whilst engaging with clients and driving success of the business through project development.


As you will be regularly liaising with people, you’ll need to demonstrate exceptional communication skills and provide strong business support. You will be able and willing to follow working procedures, effectively using your own initiative, demonstrating a high level of accuracy and be aware of the need for confidentiality. There will be an expectation for the post holder to be highly motivated, flexible and multi-skilled with excellent organisational skills.


Key Responsibilities include

  • Work with our current team of administrators in ensuring all business needs are maintained and compliance with KPI requirements on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Monitor business performance and plan and prioritise allocated workloads against agreed service standards under the guidance of the Operations Manager
  • Undertake and ensure successful completion of business projects as instructed
  • Identify admin process improvements and efficiencies
  • Regularly update line management regarding daily business activities intervening when needed to ensure compliance with business KPIs.
  • Step into roles when required to ensure continuity of service to clients during peak trading times and team absences.
  • Answering, dealing with and directing phone calls including general client enquiries.
  • Maintaining all databases and contact lists
  • Developing and maintaining internal systems to ensure high standards of client satisfaction.
  • Providing general support to management, colleagues and clients.
  • Other reasonable duties as identified by management


Experience, Knowledge and Skills

  • Minimum of 2+ years’ supervisory experience in a similar role in a fast-paced office environment or demonstrable transferable experience and skills.
  • GCSE Maths and English grade C or above OR equivalent qualification
  • Strong organisational skills including the ability to prioritise workload
  • Able to work to tight deadlines whilst managing stakeholder expectations
  • Excellent IT skills, proficiency in Excel and Outlook & knowledge of a range of software packages.
  • Experience of working within a fast-paced environment with a desire to exceed expectations
  • Strong stakeholder skills, with the ability to build relationships at all levels
  • Highly organised and analytical, with an eye for detail and good with numbers
  • Able to use own initiative, be proactive and able to identify appropriate solutions to problem.


Salary: To be discussed at interview. A competitive administrative salary will be offered based on the level of experience detailed within this job specification.


Employment Benefits: Enhanced annual leave (Currently 30 – inclusive of bank holidays) and an attractive health cash plan.


Hours: 37.5 hours per week


Please Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Previous applicants need not apply.

Health Matters (Health & Safety Ltd) is an equal opportunities employer.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent


  • administration: 1 year (Required)


  • GCSE or equivalent (Required)


Closing Date: Wednesday 4th April 2020

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