RGN – Irish Blood Transfusion Service, Limerick

Contract // carlowSalary: N/A

Description:

 This is a specified purpose contract to cover a secondment. Hours of work are 93-113 over a four week period.

Essential Criteria: 
•Be registered with NMBI in the General Division 
•Have your name maintained on the live register of NMBI 
•Have a minimum of 3 years post registration experience, relevant to the role of the RGN in the IBTS 
•Provide evidence of recent Continuous Professional Development 
•Excellent communication skills 
•Demonstrate experience in managing people 
•Proficient in the use of IT Management Systems (e.g. Electronic Patient Record/Management Systems/Learning Management Systems) 
•Experience in change management 
•Ability to work autonomously within your Scope of Practice 
•Demonstrate a willingness to work flexible hours

Desirable Criteria: 
•Experience in Haemovigilance/Oncology/Haematology Nursing

The salary scale attached to the post is the Staff Nurse scale €28,211 to €44,800 (incl. LSI) pro rata per annum. Entry point onto the salary scale is dependent upon relevant public sector experience.

CPL Contact:

To apply or for further information please contact Kelley Walsh on 00353 91507519 or e-mail me with an updated CV to kelley.walsh@cplhealthcare.com 

 

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JO-1710-362150_126
Locations:
carlow
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Employment type:
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Nurse,Nursing Jobs In Ireland,Nursing Jobs Ireland,Registered General Nurse,Rgn,Staff Nurse

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