Nurse Ireland is a specialist recruitment agency for nurses who want to work in the Irish Market. We place Irish based and Overseas candidates in permanent full-time, part-time and contract roles. We also offer locum (Agency) positions for candidates seeking greater working flexibility.
Our extensive list of clients includes Public (State) and Private Hospitals, Nursing homes and specialised healthcare facilities throughout the island of Ireland.
We place candidates in a wide range of roles, including:
• RGN’s specialising in A&E (ED), ICU/HDU, Medical/Surgical, Orthopaedics, Oncology, Paediatrics and Theatre
• RPN and RNID roles
• Maternity Roles – Midwifery, Theatre and NICU
• Gerontology and Nursing Home roles
• AHP roles – Radiographer, Cardiac Physicists
• ODP roles
• Managerial Roles in all grades (CNM I- III, CNS, ADON, DON)
At Nurse Ireland, our recruitment methodology is truly service driven. We take the time to gain a detailed understanding of both Client and Candidate needs. For every role, we always seek to find the best possible match between Candidate career aspirations and Client organisational goals, thus ensuring exceptionally high staff retention rates.
If you are a nurse looking for work in Ireland, or an employer seeking nurses, please contact Nurse Ireland today.
At NurseIreland we offer a diverse range of Permanent, Contract and Locum(Agency) roles. From graduate, entry level positions through to niche, specialist roles, NurseIreland has opportunities to suit nurses at every stage of their careers.
Our clients include Acute Hospitals, Care homes and Specialised Healthcare Facilities in both the Public (State) and Private Sector.
We have a dedicated and highly experienced team of consultants who can assist with every stage of the recruitment process. For clients, we offer a tailored candidate search service, compliance support and robust Quality assurance. For candidates, our consultants can offer everything from advice on career options through to practical assistance with relocation.
If you are interested in finding a new role, then please have a look through our list of open roles displayed on this page. If you don’t see something that is an exact fit for your career or life goals, then please contact us directly – We are constantly taking in new roles, and have a huge network of contacts throughout the healthcare sector.
|Clinical Nurse Manager I||Permanent||View|
|Cath Lab Nurse||Dublin||Permanent||View|
|Theatre Staff Nurse – HQ Healthcare facility Limerick – No nights, weekends & great salary||Limerick||Permanent||View|
|Theatre Recovery Nurse - HQ Orthopaedic Clinic – Dublin North 30-45K + Bonus & Benefits||Dublin||Permanent||View|
|Clinical Nurse Manager||Permanent||View|
|CNM2 Emergency Department – High Tech Healthcare Facility – Dublin West||Dublin||Permanent||View|
|Nurses - We do Dubai!||Dubai||Fixed Term||View|
|Paediatric Nurse – Specialist H.S.E. Hospital in Dublin - 30-44K||Dublin||Permanent||View|
Join NurseIreland and find a job where you can truly make a difference.
Whether you are a Nurse already based in Ireland (Including those recently qualified), an Irish Nurse based overseas or an experienced nurse looking to return to work after time away from the sector, NurseIreland is sure to have to have an attractive career opportunity for you.
At NurseIreland, we are very much a person-centred business. When you choose to work with us, you are trusting us with your career and this is a responsibility that we take very seriously. Irish nurses are globally recognised as being some of the best in their field, and we want to see you being properly rewarded for the qualifications, skills and experience you have built up.
Our dedicated and highly experienced team of consultants will take the time to get to know you. They will work with you to find a role that is the best possible fit for your career plans and life goals. From interview advice through to negotiating employment packages, the NurseIreland team is here to assist you at every stage.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION
- • References from your previous employers or training institution
- • Photo ID (passport or driving license)
- • Copy of your Birth Certificate
- • Copies of relevant qualifications
The documents that you provide must be officially translated into English by an official translator and notarized.
UPCOMING RECRUITMENT EVENTS
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Ireland is a great place to work – Attractive salaries, comparatively low taxes and great career progression means that Ireland has become a destination of choice for Nurses from all over the World. Our consultants and administrative support team have built up a huge amount of expertise in helping our overseas nurses transition to living in Ireland. The assistance we offer to candidates includes (but is by no means limited to):
- • Meeting you at the airport, organising transfer to accommodation
- • Providing free accommodation for the first month
- • Work and residency permit processing
- • NMBI registration
- • Providing a nurse-specific English courses
- • Assisting you with opening bank accounts and obtaining PPS (Social Security) numbers,
and if necessary, providing a “cultural integration” course to learn about living and working as a nurse in Ireland. With personnel who speak several languages including English, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, Hindi, Telugu (native language of India in Andhra Pradesh state) and Tagalog (native language of the Philippines), we will be able you with a huge amount of support at every stage of your career as a Nurse in Ireland. One very important thing to note is registration – All Nurses who want to work in Ireland must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI). NurseIreland will provide both information and assistance to take you through the process of registering, which can take between can take up to 8- 12 weeks to complete.
Ireland is currently hoping to recruit hundreds of nurses to fill in for the nursing shortage of the last few years. If you are interested in working as a nurse in Ireland, there are some things you should know.