Paediatric Nursing jobs – Dublin, Ireland

Full Time // DublinSalary: €27483 - €43800


Paediatric Nursing jobs – Dublin, Ireland

On behalf of their client, Cpl Healthcare have an urgent requirement for paediatric nurses seeking employment in the Dublin area.

The employing hospitals are leading acute paediatric teaching hospitals in Dublin city, with responsibility for the provision of the majority of paediatric healthcare services nationally. Being the national centres in Ireland for a range of children’s specialities, successful applicants are offered fantastic opportunities for career development and progression.


Vacancies exist in:

  • Theatre
  • PICU
  • ED


Benefits Include:

  • HSE Salary scale
  • Premium payments for unsocial hours/Sundays and Public Holidays
  • Excellent relocation packages including accommodation-further details on application
  • Permanent contract of employment with excellent public service pension
  • 24/25 annual leave days + 9 public holidays
  • Sponsored programmes for specialist post registration education
  • 39 hour working week
  • Comprehensive Induction Program


Job requirements:

  • Minimum of 2 years post graduate Paediatric experience
  • Full registration/ decision letter with NMBI preferred
  • IELTs/OET pass in line with NMBI requirements


For further information contact Aoife in Cpl Healthcare today:

Ph: +353 1 482 5423


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€27483 - €43800
Employment type:
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