Neonatal Nursing Jobs in Dublin (NICU)

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Cpl Healthcare is delighted to have been partnered with a world renowned Dublin University hospital in a recruitment campaign for registered nurses to fill current and projected NICU vacancies. The opportunities have never been better for nurses in Ireland in terms of growing your careers and developing professionally. 

Vacancy Location:  Dublin city centre location 

Attractive relocation package available for overseas applicants

The following selection criteria will apply:  

  • All applicants must have full registration with the Midwifery/General/Paediatric Division of the Register of Nurses maintained by the NMBI or be eligible to be so: www.nmbi.ie
  • Applications from nurses with NICU, ICU, paediatric or general nursing will be considered on a case by case basis. All applicants must be able to demonstrate a strong desire to work in this specialty as part of the initial screening process
  • Be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.
  • Be of good character
  • Be eligible to work in Ireland

 Benefits include

  • Nurse incremental annual salary commensurate with experience
  • 39 hour week, on a rostered basis
  • Premium payments on unsocial hours/Sundays and Public holidays
  • 24/25 annual leave days
  • Continuous professional education opportunities

Further details available by contacting Kelley Walsh on + 353 91507519 or email kelley.walsh@cplhealthcare.com

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JO-1707-357953_186
Locations:
Dublin
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Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
Nursing Jobs In Ireland,Nursing Jobs Ireland,Registered General Nurse,Staff Nurse

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