Ophthalmology service Nurse, Co Louth

Full Time // DundalkSalary: N/A


Experienced staff nurse required for a hospital day service in large public hospital in Co Louth. The service operates Mon - Friday under the governance of an Ophthalmologist. I am seeking applicants who meet the criteria below. This role can be on a part-time or full-time basis depending on the successful applicant’s requirements. If you are the right person, negotiation is possible. The role involves covering for the ophthalmology CNM2 where required conducting pre - assessments for day surgery and procedures. Remainder of full time hours will be as per the needs of the day service. 

Interested applicants must meet the following criteria: 

  • Be on the active general register of the NMBI
  • Be Ophthalmic trained and ideally hold a relevant qualification
  • Can do Biometrics, Vision testing, Visual field examinations, OCT and use of other ophthalmology equipment
  • Consideration will also be given to applicants with ophthalmology experience in scheduled ophthalmology care for OPD and Day Procedures, can dilate and with an understanding of eye conditions 
  • Must be eligible to work in Ireland.

For further details, contact me today on: 

T: +353 21 4626138

E: catherine.hoban@cplhealthcare.com


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