Assistant Director of Nursing – Hospital

Full Time // DublinSalary: €65000

Description:

Cpl Healthcare are currently seeking an Assistant Director of Nursing for our client based in Dublin.

Our client is a well established acute Hospital, providing quality healthcare throughout Ireland. They are currently seeking an ADON to be based in Dublin, overseeing all areas within this setting

Applicant requirements:

  • NMBI Registered General Nurse
  • Minimum 6 years post qualification experience in an acute Hospital setting
  • Minimum 3 years management experience in a Hospital setting
  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Management course

In return, you can expect:

  • Strong brand and reputation in the Healthcare sector 
  • Staff Engagement & Recognition Initiatives 
  • A working environment that is conducive to a positive Work/Life Balance  
  • Flexible and innovative working patterns  
  • Increased Commitment to Staff Development  
  • Maternity Leave scheme
  • Discounted Healthcare Schemes
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Staff Car Parking
  • Staff Members’ Discount on Services
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Staff Wellbeing Promotions
  • Bike to Work Scheme
  • Sports & Social Clubs
  • Pension Scheme

For more information or to apply, please contact Louise O'Meara louise.omeara@cplhealthcare.com

Apply for job
Ref.no.:
JO-2402-530556
Locations:
Dublin
Salary:
€65000
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
ADON,Ccu,CNM,Director Of Nursing,DON,HDU,ICU,Nurse,Nurse Manager,Nursing,Theatre

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