Theatre nurses – Dublin

Full Time // dublin 7Salary: N/A

Description:

Theatre nurses required - Dublin 7.

  • Excellent career and promotional opportunities
  • Opportunities for training and development
  • NMBI registration fees paid for by the hospital for the first year (only for applicants outside Ireland).
  • HSE salary scale: €27, 211 -  €43, 800
  • 2016 graduates can start at 2nd point of HSE salary scale
  • HSE location allowance: €1800
  • Qualification allowance:  €2703
  • Enhanced payment for Sunday and Night Duty
  • Paid annual leave of 24 - 27 days per year
  • 9 paid public holidays
  • Discounted inpatient and outpatient treatment rates
  • A variety of work experience which is exciting, dynamic, challenging and rewarding
  • New opportunities in Medical Surgical Wards and Specialties

Job Offerings:

  • Excellent defined contribution pension scheme – 7.5% Employer Contribution 
  • Subsidised staff restaurant
  • Comprehensive sick leave and maternity leave schemes
  • Flexible shift patterns and term time
  • Immediate starts available 

All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence

 

CPL Contact:

To apply or for further information please contact Helen Egan on +353 91 507524 or e-mail with you updated CV to helen.egan @ cplhealthcare.com

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dublin 7
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Employment type:
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