Nurse required for Irish Blood Transfusion Service

Full Time // DublinSalary: N/A

Description:

Cpl Healthcare in partnership with its client, The National Blood Transfusion Association, are seeking a nurse for the following position in Dublin:

 

D'Olier Street:

  • Staff Nurse Dublin (D’Olier Street/ Mobile Unit)

Essential Criteria:

  • To be registered with NMBI in the General Division
  • To have name maintained on the live register of NMBI
  • To have a minimum of 3 years post registration experience, 2 of which must be working within the acute sector (in the last 3 years)
  • Evidence of recent post registration/education learning
  • Demonstrate an awareness of current issues in nursing
  • Demonstrate involvement in professional development both personal and others.        
  • Process experience of clinical teaching.
  • Able to work flexible hours to meet service demands.
  • Willing to work away from base.     

Salary:

Department of Health pay scales

  • The salary scale attached to the posts of Staff Nurse is the Staff Nurse Payscale €28,483 to €48,800 (incl. LSI) per annum. Entry point onto the salary scale is dependent upon relevant public sector experience.

CPL Contact:

To apply or for further information please contact Declan with your updated CV - declan.duggan@cplhealthcare.com

Apply for job
Ref.no.:
JO-1701-345700DD
Locations:
Dublin
Salary:
N/A
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
Irish Blood Donation Service,Nursing Jobs Dublin,Registered Nurse RGN

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