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Clinical Nurse Manager I Permanent View
Cath Lab Nurse Dublin Permanent View
Cardiology Nurse Permanent View
ICU 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
Theatre Nurse – Specialist H.S.E. Hospital - Dublin Central - 30-45K Basic + Bonus Dublin Permanent View
Staff Nurse Medical/Surgical – Dublin Central 30-45K + Bonus &Benefits Dublin Temporary View
Theatre Nurses - Galway 30-45K + Bonus & Benefits Galway Temporary View
Theatre Nurse – Cork 30-45K Cork Permanent View
CNM2 – Theatre – Cork Cork Permanent View
Medical-Surgical Nurses - H.S.E Hospital Limerick Limerick Permanent View
ICU Nurse - Dublin West Dublin Permanent View
Orthopaedic Nurse - Dublin West Dublin Permanent View
CNM1 ICU Dublin Permanent View
Dual Qualified Paediatric/General Nurses Permanent View
Staff Nurse Surgical Permanent View
Want to work 2 days a week but get Paid for 5? Dubai Fixed Term View
Anaesthetics Coordinator - Prestigious South Dublin Hospital – Generous Salary, Bonus & Benefits Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Staff Nurse - Wexford Permanent View
Staff Nurse - South Dublin Dublin Permanent View
Staff Nurse - County Meath Dublin Permanent View
Staff Nurse - County Meath Dublin Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager II Dublin Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager II Dublin Permanent View
Director of Nursing - County Cork Dublin Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager II Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager Dublin Permanent View
Staff Nurse x 2 Permanent View
Staff Nurse Inpatients - HQ Orthopaedic Clinic – Dublin North 30-45K + Bonus & Benefits Dublin Permanent View
Director of Nursing - Waterford Permanent View
Director of Nursing Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager I Permanent View
Director of Nursing Limerick Permanent View
Director of Nursing Permanent View
Operations Manager Permanent View
Staff Nurse - Carlow Permanent View
Staff Nurse - Westmeath Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager II Permanent View
Director of Nursing Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Director of Nursing Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Staff Nurse Orthopaedic – Dublin Central 30-45K + Benefits & Bonus Dublin Temporary View
Theatre Nurse - Dublin North Dublin Permanent View
Orthopaedic Staff Nurses - Galway Permanent View
Medical-Surgical Staff Nurses - Galway Galway Permanent View
NICU Nurse Permanent View
ICU Staff Nurses - Galway Galway Permanent View
Orthopaedic Nurse - Cork Cork Permanent View
CNM1 – Paediatrics Cork Permanent View
CNM1 – Bariatrics Theatre Cork Permanent View
CNM1 – Orthopaedics Theatre Cork Permanent View
Maternity Theatre Nurse – Dublin Dublin Permanent View
Hospital Staff Nurses Galway Galway Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Specialist Permanent View
Psychiatric Nurse to work in Easting Disorder x 2 Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Staff Nurse Permanent View
Director of Nursing Permanent View
Psychiatric Nurse Beaumont Permanent View
Assistant Director of Nursing Permanent View
Assistant Director of Nursing Temporary View
Psychiatric Nurse x 5 Dublin Permanent View
Assistant Director of Nursing Dublin Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager II Dublin Permanent View
Director of Nursing for New Nursing Home Permanent View
Assistant Director of Nursing Permanent View
Assistant Director of Nursing Permanent View
Staff Nurse - Roscommon Roscommon Permanent View
Psychiatric Staff Nurse - South Dublin Cork Permanent View
Psychiatric Staff Nurse South Dublin Cork Permanent View
Clinical Nurse Manager II South Dublin in South Dublin, Dublin Dublin Permanent View
Director of Nursing - Limerick View
Director of Nursing - Meath View
Clinical Nurse Manager II South Dublin in South Dublin, Dublin View
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One happy nurse!!!

My NURSEIRELAND Experience! It was  in February 17, 2015 when my sister and I were hired by the Philippine Agency and NURSEIRELAND in Cebu, Philippines. They hired me eventhough I still had to work on my IELTS. NURSEIRELAND didn’t give up on me and they even waited 15 months for me to hit the target scores in IELTS. During the interview, Paolo asked me ” Why Ireland? ” . I paused for a moment before I answered him because I really didn’t have much idea about Ireland. However, I just told him that ” I want to go to Dublin where the movie LEAP YEAR was shot.Also,  UK, USA, New Zealand and Australia are too mainstream. I want to be the first among my colleagues to work in Ireland.” Apparently, I am the second nurse from our hospital in Cebu to work in Dublin and the first nurse happens to be my close friend (haha). I am definitely flying to Dublin today ( December 16,2016) and it is indeed LEAP YEAR. I don’t think it is COINCIDENCE but instead it is DESTINY. It only took me 6 months to complete the process from NMBI packet application until VISA approval. I will forever be thankful to NURSEIRELAND for not closing the doors for me to be in Dublin and most importantly for keeping their promise  that I will be working with my sister. Cherry Ann...

Registering with the Irish Nursing Board

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.

NurseIreland is Recruiting in Portugal!

Are you a nurse in Portugal who is excited about the idea of working overseas? Are you recently graduated or looking for work? Have you always loved the idea of leaving home, even for a year or two, to gain valuable experience working in another country? NurseIreland will be in Lisbon from May 20th to May 22nd. If you are a nurse, speak English, and are motivated to come to Ireland, we would love to meet you! Send your inquiries to...

Caring for the Elderly and Yourself

Caring for the elderly is a tough job that requires a lot of compassion, humanity, and even a sense of humor. Anyone who works in this honorable field knows that it is not for everyone. It takes a really special type of person to work as a Care Assistant, Nurse, or Nursing Home support staff.   There are many challenges involved in caring for the elderly. In many cases, the family of the resident or patient had to make the very tough decision to put the care of their loved on in the hands of a home nurse or nursing home. This leads to the toughest part of caring for the elderly: Resistance to Care.   Resistance to Care is a very normal feeling. No one wants to accept the fact that they need help and can no longer do everything for themselves as they once did. This resistance stems from feelings of loss: Loss of independence, loss of their privacy in some cases, loss of their memory or normal brain and body functions, and loss of their old life as they knew it.   As a carer, your service in invaluable. Many residents and their families might see a nursing home as an institution or a hospital and this may make the transition for them very difficult to accept. However, you must remember that you are the face of the nursing home and you represent the type of care they receive. You have this job because you are a caring, warm, empathetic person and you are likely good at building relationships with your patients and residents to mke...

Nurses: Working The Late Shifts?

As the wise Dolly Parton once sang “working 9-5, what a way to make a living”. Well Dolly… not all ways of making a living end at 5, just so you know! Shift work can be hellish. You’re going to sleep as the rest of the world begins to stir and you don’t know what a regular sleeping routine is…!! Night shifts have a detrimental effect on your health, both physical and mentally. There is also a higher rate of absenteeism and work related injuries among individuals who work shifts. It confuses your body and can turn all your behaviours and patterns upside down. Shift work can have negative effects on concentration and can even lead to levels of depression. It is not just the sleeping aspect of your world, but relationships and your social life can be non-existent and a feeling of isolation can take hold. Some people cope better than others with working night shifts but everyone should have some mechanisms to adapt some sort of normality into their lives, even if they operate from dusk till dawn. Here is a few tips to cope and manage your twilight hours.   If possible, avoid continuous night shifts. The more night shifts the more sleep deprived you can become. Split between night and day weeklong shifts if possible. Rotating shifts throughout the week can be harder on the body. Keep your work environment brightly lit, as light can readjust your natural internal clock. Have a nap before work to stay alert and focused, especially if you prefer not to sleep the day away. Or alternatively, break your sleeping...