Nurse-Cork City Vacancies

Full Time // corkSalary: N/A Education:Professional Qualification Experience: 1 Year

Description:

In association with their client CPL Healthcare have an immediate requirement for registered staff nurses in a large city centre hospital.

THE CLIENT

This is a busy 343 bed hospital including day case beds, endoscopy beds and oncology day spaces with plans for future expansion. It operates 5 major and 2 minor operating theatres and services provided include cardiology, diagnostic imaging, nutrition and dietetics, respiratory medicine, angiography, cardiac rehabilitation, diabetes specialist services and intensive care. Current vacancies are on their busy medical/surgical wards. 

THE JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Registered general nurse with a minimum of 1 year’s recent acute general hospital experience.  
  • You must be registered with the Irish nursing board or be in the final stages of registering.
  • Adaptation is not an option for non-EU nurses 
  • You must be able to demonstrate a desire to work in this area
  • You must be eligible to work in Ireland 
  • You must have excellent communication and teamwork skills   

Apply today in confidence to Catherine Hoban on +353 21 4626138 or email catherine.hoban@cplhealthcare.com

Apply for job
Ref.no.:
JO-1709-359898_3
Locations:
cork
Salary:
N/A
Employment type:
Full Time;
Education level:
Professional Qualification
Experience:
1 Year
Tags:
Nursing Jobs Ireland,Registered General Nurse,Registered Nurse,Staff Nurse

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