Kate Cowhig Recruitment
Medical Surgical Paediatric Nurses-Talla
Paediatric Medical & Surgical wards – National Children’s Hospital, Tallaght Hospital, Dublin. Permanent Full-time – Dublin South. Newly Qualified and Experienced Paediatric trained Nursesrequired for the National Children’s Hospital, Tallaght Hospital, Dublin across Medical & Surgical wards – INTERVIEWS BEING HELD VIA SKYPE. KCR in partnership with Tallaght Hospital currently have opportunities for nurses to join theMedical & Surgical wards in one of Ireland’s largest acute teaching hospitals in South Dublin. THE HOSPITAL. Tallaght Hospital incorporating the National Children’s Hospital is one of Ireland’s largest acute teaching hospitals, providing child-health, adult, psychiatric and age-related healthcare on one site. With 562beds, 12 theatres and 14 critical care beds in operation, the hospitaltreats over 410,000 patients per year and employs almost 3,000 members of staff. The hospital provides access for patientsto over 20 medical and surgical specialties, withcomprehensive on-site laboratory and radiologysupport services. It is also a national urology centre, the second largest provider of dialysis services in the country and a regional orthopaedic trauma centre. Visitwww.tallaghthospital.iefor more information. The National Children’s Hospital at Tallaght Hospital ‘Philosophy of Care’ The National Children’s Hospital is dedicated to providing evidence based healthcare for the child in partnership with his/her family. The care is provided by a multidisciplinary team of professionals who acknowledge the special needs of children & their families. We encourage continuing education & professional development for all our staff. CARING. PARTNERSHIP & TEAMWORK. RESPECT. OPENESS. FAIRNESS & EQUALITY. POSITIONS AVAILABLE ACROSS. Medical and Surgical wards. BSc trained nurses with a minimum of 18 months acute hospital experience in the areas of Paediatric Medical and/or Paediatric Surgical. THE LOCATION. Dublin, Ireland’s capital, is a vibrant, friendly city located on the east coast of Ireland. Few places in Europe can rival Dublin in the amount and quality of its cultural activities.Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include landscaped St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park, which contains Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture. For further information visit:www.visitdublin.com. WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY. Salary starting from €28,483 - €44,800 per annum (HSE scale, increases depending on level of experience. Up to €1,500 relocation expenses reimbursed* Up to €495 NMBI registration costs reimbursed* Support and advice with accommodation and relocation. Permanent, full time, pensionable contracts (HSE Pension scheme. 24 days annual leave, plus 9 public holidays. 39 hours per week. Additional pay for shift differentials. Professional development and educational opportunities. Full support with nursing registration with the Irish Nursing Board, the NMBI. *Terms & conditions apply. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA. RCN trained nurse with a minimum of 18 months acute hospital experience. Academic IELTS not required for those nurses trained within the European Union. Each candidate must have the ability to apply for NMBI registration. General trained nurses with paediatric experience may also be considered. INTERESTED? Interviews being held via Skype on Wednesday the 6th of March . Full recruitment support from a dedicated KCR team member provided. Please e-mail your CV email@example.com call Heather Peevers on +353 1 671 5557. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
Dublin, Dublin South
208 days ago