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ONCOLOGY/HAEMATOLOGY NURSE - DUBLIN
One of Dublin's largest Academic Teaching Hospital with over 1000 beds. As the Republic of Ireland's largest teaching hospital with major academic links to Trinity College Dublin, they provide emergency and elective medical and surgical services and employ almost 4,500 multidisciplinary staff.
The Hope (Haematology, Oncology, Palliative Care) Directorate provides specialised care to patients with haematological disorders and cancer. The Directorate incorporate the National Centre for Adult Bone Marrow transplantation and the National Centre for Hereditary Coagulation Disorders. Their aim is to provide holistic, thoughtful, sensitive, empathic and respectful care that sees the patient at the centre of what they do.
Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and sits on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the beautiful River Liffey. It is a multi-cultural, creative hub and in 2010 was even designated as a UNESCO City of Literature in recognition of its cultural profile and international standing. Dublin is modern and exciting city but is also home to many historic buildings and heritage sites such as Dublin Castle. Dublin is an extremely diverse city and there is always a wide range of events and activities to engage in.
WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY
Annual salary commencing at €28,483 – €43,469 (depending on experience)
Additional pay for working shifts & over time
24 days annual plus 9 public holidays
Professional development & access to further education
Full Orientation and Mentorship Program
Up to €1,500 Relocation allowance.*
Accommodation assistance and support
Full support with the Irish Nursing Board Registration (NMBI)
*Please note that you must apply from outside Ireland to be eligible for the relocation allowance. Apply before you make the move home!
Registered General Nurse with Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI), or eligible to register
A minimum of 12 months acute hospital experience within the last 3 years in a 200+ bedded hospital.
European Union Trained Nurses- Academic IETLTS is required for nurses who have trained within the European Union (EU).
Nurses who have trained outside of the EU must have NMBI Decision letter