Nurses – Make the Move to Dublin, Ireland!
There has never been a better time to move to Ireland. Cpl Healthcare have a number of Nursing jobs across all specialities in the five Dublin Academic Teaching Hospitals (DATHs) which consist of;
- Beaumont Hospital
- The Adelaide & Meath Hospital
- St. James’s Hospital
- Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
- St. Vincent’s University Hospital
Cpl Healthcare in partnership with the DATHs are holding interviews across the globe for Nurses with a minimum 12-24 months recent acute experience in a hospital setting, fluent English and full Nursing & Midwifery of Ireland registration (www.nmbi.ie) or eligibility to apply.
These jobs are full-time permanent positions with;
- Nurse incremental annual salary of €27,211 – €43,800, previous acute Nursing experience recognised
- 39 hour week, on a rostered basis
- Premium payments on unsocial hours/Sundays and Public Holidays
- 24/25 annual leave days and 9 public holidays per year
- Continuous professional education opportunities
- Support with the registration of a valid work permit / work authorisation
- Relocation package including;- Return Flights- Four weeks’ free accommodation- NMBI registration costs
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland with a population of approximately 1.5 million, located on the east coast of the country.With more green spaces per square kilometre than any other European capital city, with 97% of Dublin city residents living within 300 meters of a park area.Similar to much to north-west Europe, Dublin experiences a maritime climate with cool summers, mild winters, and a lack of temperature extremes.Dublin is served by an extensive network of nearly 200 bus routes which service all areas of the city and suburbs, a light-rail system ‘Luas’ that has been in operation since 2004, two main railway stations operating a network of railway lines throughout the greater Dublin Area and its airport which currently ranks as the 25th busiest airport in Europe (2014).Ireland is well known for recruiting the Nurses internationally and between 2000 and 2010, 35% of new recruits into the health systems were migrant workers and the doors are again open to welcome Nurses to Ireland.
Below are some testimonials from Nurses recruited internationally for the DATHs;
“I work as a clinical support nurse for overseas adaptation programme in Nursing Practice Development Unit (NPDU). I have a background of working in CCU and acute general medical care setting. I was able to complete MSc (Nursing Education) with the encouragement and support received from my workplace.
Currently I support the new overseas nurses during their ‘Intercultural Shock’ and I follow up their learning throughout the adaptation process. I constantly interact with staff of various departments to carry out my role effectively and I find them very supportive. I also participate in quality improvement projects to maintain the standard of patient care delivered in St. James’s Hospital. The staff gets high quality training and update sessions regularly in the hospital.
I always feel it is nice to realise our own strength. The hospital has given me the opportunity and freedom to express my ideas in workplace. I am working with a great team … Proud to be in St. James’s …….this is the way I feel, Elizabeth”.
“My name is Miracline Samuel I have been working in Ireland and St. James’s Hospital for the last nine years. St. James’s Hospital has provided equal opportunity in furthering my education and prospects for career development. I am currently working as a Clinical Nurse Manager 3.
I live here with my husband and daughter and we love living in Ireland. It is a great place to live and work with a diverse multicultural community. Add friendly, easy-going culture and good pay to the mix, it is a place where most people around the world dream of”
“Hi my name is Tony and I’m a Clinical Support Nurse,
St James’ has given me so many opportunities to develop my career- I’ve found a home in several different services and departments and have loved working in each one including general surgery, cancer care and now in my current role in practice development.
St James’s Hospital is an organisation that encourages you to develop yourself and will support you to reach your goals- because of this I couldn’t imagine working anywhere else. I’m proud to say I work at St James’s. “
If you/ or a friend are thinking about making the move to Ireland, get in touch with Annmarie Gallacher in confidence to discuss your options.
phone +353 1 4825354email firstname.lastname@example.org