Oncology/Palliative Care Nurse

Full Time // DublinSalary: €33000 - €48000


Cpl Healthcare are currently seeking Oncology Staff Nurses for our client based in Dublin. Our client is a Private Hospital in Dublin South, seeking Nurses with a passion for providing quality oncology and palliative care

Shifts are both days and nights, over a 7 day roster

Applicant Requirements

  • Full NMBI registration (Adaptation is not available)
  • Minimum 1 years post qualification Oncology Nursing experience
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent clinical skills

Benefits include:

  • HSE comparable rates of pay {incremental salary scale} and HSE annual leave allowances
  • Staff Fitness Centre
  • Sick Leave scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • Health Service Credit Union
  • Disability Scheme
  • Discounted staff rates for hospital procedures
  • Subsidized restaurant
  • Discount Pharmacy rates
  • Flexibility – promote good work/life balance
  • Full occupational health services available to support staff health and welfare
  • Change room facility with staff lockers and showers
  • Support for Training & Development including regular internal training courses across a wide spectrum of role areas
  • Excellent access to public transport including Dart and bus routes
  • Motor and home insurance scheme (salary deduction)
  • Tax saver Bus & Rail tickets
  • Group Scheme Discounts
  • Car parking options available at very reasonable rates

For more info and to apply, please click the apply button or contact Louise via louise.omeara@cplhealthcare.com

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€33000 - €48000
Employment type:
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Cancer,Nurse,Nursing,Oncology,Palliative Care

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