Home Care Nurse Opportunities- Dublin

Full Time // Dublin SouthSalary: €24.50 - €24.50


Vacancies include-

  • Night hours in Bray- Paediatric Case- Full and Part time Available 

  • Night hours in Sandyford- Paediatric Case- Part time

  • Day hours in Sutton- Paediatric Case- Part time

  • Day Hours in Killiney- Paediatric Case- Part time

  • Night hours in Castleknock- Paediatric Case- Part time

  • Day and night time hours in Blackrock caring- Adult case- Full and Part time available

The successful candidate will be part of a Nurse led care team and will report directly to the CNM2.

Responsibilities and Qualities include . . .

  • To ensure recognition of the patient as an individual
  • To prioritise the needs and comforts of the patient and family
  • Demonstrate kindness, compassion and patience
  • Work closely in partnership with family members
  • Provide excellent evidenced based nursing care and implement all aspects of the care plans based on the needs identified

Qualifications & Experience

  • Minimum one to two years’ post graduate experience
  • Paediatric experience desirable however not essential as necessary training will be provided

Employment Type & Remuneration

  • Permanent roles
  • Full time and part time contracts available
  • Day and night shifts available
  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Employee benefits

For more information, please contact Zoe Lawlor-

Phone: +353 87 407 8773

Email: zoe.lawlor@cplhealthcare.com

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Dublin South
€24.50 - €24.50
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