Psychiatric Nurses-Addiction services

Full Time // Dublin citySalary: N/A

Description:

Graduate and experienced psychiatric nurses required for organisation who provides a service to those at risk of, or experiencing homelessness, primarily in the Dublin region. The service provides care in areas of prevention, housing, homelessness and under 18s residential and drug treatment.

Successful applicants will be part of a dynamic multidisciplinary team providing care in an exciting and developing healthcare environment, with defined career development pathways.  

Interested applicants must : 

  • Be registered in the psychiatric division of the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI)
  • Ideally as RPN's you will have have relevant post qualification experience in an acute mental health setting. Experience in detox/ rehabilitation and homelessness a distinct advantage but not essential. 
  • Experience of working as part of a Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) highly desirable. 
  • Strong organisational/team skills
  • Car and driving license essential. 
  • Excellent communication skills with fluent English
  • Eligibility to work in Ireland

Attractive relocation packages available.

Further details upon application to Catherine Hoban on +353 21 4626138 or email catherine.hoban@cplhealthcare.com

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Ref.no.:
JO-1504-306569_391
Locations:
Dublin city
Salary:
N/A
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
Acute Nursing,Clane,Dublin,Elderly,General,Hospital,Kildare,Mental Health,Nurse,Nursing,Permanent,Psychiatry,Registered Nurse

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