Nursing Jobs in Ireland, Limerick Hospital

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Cpl Healthcare in partnership with our client are seeking Registered General Nurses for a Hospital based in Limerick, Ireland.

St. John’s is an acute General Public Voluntary Hospital. The Hospital has a total of 99 beds – 89 In-Patient beds and 10 Day Care beds. The In-Patient specialties are General Medicine, General Surgery and Gynaecology. The Hospital also has an Urgent Care Centre incorporating a Local Injuries Unit and Medical Assessment Unit. The hospital is located within short walking distance of Limerick city centre.

They are seeking Registered Nurses for General medical/Surgical roles.


 Must be registered as an RGN with NMBI or in the process of NMBI registration  Acute nursing experience desirable  Must have held a clinical post within the last year  Must not have been out of the acute hospital setting for longer than 2 years  Must be eligible to work in Ireland  Must have an excellent standard of English

*No adaptation or working permits available. Candidates who are on their stamp 4 will be considered.

*No pre-registration opportunities.


 Skype interviews  Incremental salary scale 27,483-43,800 euro  Full time, Permanent positions  Lower cost of living in Limerick  Hospital located within short walking distance from city centre  Relocation package available subject to terms and conditions

CPL Contact:

To apply or for further information please contact Kelley Walsh on +353 (0) 91 507519 or e-mail me with an updated CV to


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