HSE Nursing Jobs in Ireland

HSE in partnership with Servisource Healthcare are recruiting overseas nurses for permanent position in Ireland

Why Choose the HSE

Costs Covered by the HSE

  • NMBI registration
  • Work permit
  • Atypical Visa
  • RSCI Exam/Clinical Adaptation
  • 4 weeks paid accommodation
  • Flight to Ireland

Benefits

  • Payscales- link to INMO payscale
  • Pension management
  • Leave from work
  • Travel and subsistence
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • National Staff Engagement Forum
  • Performance achievement
  • Mediation service
  • HSE Credit Union
  • Women in Leadership – Mentoring Programme

Requirements for candidates applying to work as a nurse in Ireland

Nurses living inside the EU

  • Must have required IELTS/OET score and have commenced their NMBI process
  • NMBI Pin nurses will be interviewed
  • At least 2 years’ nursing experience
  • Passport must be in date by at least one year from September 2019
  • Must have police clearance from their own country
  • Have 3 referees that we can contact

Nurses living outside the EU

  • Must have their IELTS/OET completed to be eligible for interview and have commenced their NMBI Process
  • NMBI pin holders will be interviewed
  • Nurses with an NMBI decision letter will be interviewed (General, Midwifery and Psychiatric )
  • Passport must be in date by at least one year from September 2019
  • Must have police clearance from their own country
  • Have 3 referees that we can contact

What type of Nurses are required in Ireland?

Theatre
Medical/Surgical
Oncology
ED
ICU nurses
CCU nurses
Paediatric
Neonatal
Midwives
Psychiatric

Candidate and NMBI Application Process

How to work as a nurse in Ireland living outside of the EU

Are you looking for Nursing Jobs in Ireland for overseas Nurses? Contact us today and let us help you secure your dream nursing job. Nursing Jobs in Ireland are open to all overseas nurses across all disciplines. Most of all we require general nurses in addition to mental health nurses, learning disability nurses, midwifery and paediatric nurses. Our most noteworthy clients are Irish hospitals, both public and private, and also care of the elderly facilities nationwide.

Register with us today and upload your CV and easily apply for any nursing roles that are available on a daily basis. Our dedicated staff also assist you with CV preparation as well as advice on interview techniques for hospital personnel interviews. Furthermore we will offer assistance with completing NMBI documents and applying for your Visas. Finally we welcome each new overseas nurse in Ireland with a meet and greet and a welcome pack.

For more information on our current vacancies with leading hospitals and Healthcare facilities throughout Ireland please click here.

How to Register as an overseas Nurse
To work in Ireland you must be registered with The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. To get further information and an application form please contact:
An Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann
18/20 Carysfort Avenue,
Blackrock,
Co. Dublin,
Ireland
Tel: (+3531) 639 8500
Fax: (+3531) 639 8515
Or visit their website http://www.nmbi.ie/Registration

Why Choose Ireland?

Whether you’re looking for a change of scenery or looking for your dream job, making the decision to move countries opens the whole world to you – literally. But before you start looking for jobs and apartments, you first need to decide which country you want to live in.

With over 200 countries to choose from, this can be a tough decision, so here are a few reasons we think Ireland could be the right place for you.

  • Irish Cuisine – Traditional and International
  • Economic growth – With our economy starting to take off again, our booming tourism and hospitality sector boasting the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East and to top it off the friendliest people in the world this is a very special place to call home.
  • Incredible Culture and the best music in the world – ‘craic agus ceol’
  • Traditional Irish Sports
  • Our infamous National Day celebrated across the world – St. Patricks Day.
  • Safety from natural disasters
  • Ireland is neutral 
  • Irish Summers Day
  • The Literary greats
  • Incredible adventure tourism
  • Guinness, Tea and biscuits
  • The Gardaí (Irish Police)
  • Best Festivals (Food, Craft, Music, Lifestyle, Wellness, Literary, Cultural)
  • Humour
  • World class education
  • Growing economy – Ireland is a modern economy with an extensively developed democracy within the EU.
  • Multi-cultural country -The number of foreign nationals living in Ireland increased Foreign nationals are considered valued contributors to the development of Ireland and its exciting new culture.
  • Easily accessible to other countries – Ireland is easily accessible from Europe with reasonable priced air travel and a wide range of airports throughout the country including Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Knock and Shannon. There are also excellent public transport and taxi services all over Ireland.
  • Quality of Life – Ireland has long been marketed as the land of a hundred thousand welcomes, Céad Míle Fáilte, and this is evidenced through the growing number of diverse nationalities working in Ireland. Contemporary Ireland is multicultural and multilingual, with a vibrant society living in one of the most open economies in the world.

In 2011 the Lonely Planet Guide named Ireland as one of the top 10 friendliest countries in the world.

Contact Our Team

Aileen McCann

National Lead Perm Division

Aileen remains passionate about all aspects of recruitment and placements to ensure that both client and the candidate are properly matched to deliver world class candidate and client care and ultimately the best talent for patient care to the healthcare industry. Aileen offers full time employment for Nursing Jobs in Ireland and Nursing Jobs in the UK.

Deirdre Treanor

Perm Nurse Recruiter

Currently Deirdre places nurses in healthcare facilities on a permanent basis throughout Ireland and across the UK. Due to the shortage of nurses in Ireland over the past number of years, Servisource broadened our reach and we commenced recruiting nurses from abroad. Deirdre is in contact with nurses from around the world including India, Philippines and throughout Europe.

Nicky Blower

Recruitment Specialist

Nicky Blower has recently joined the Servisource team and works out of our Cork office. Nicky works alongside our recruitment team and is responsible for sourcing candidates from overseas. She assists the recruitment team in assuring all necessary documentation and paper work is in place for the candidates to enter the country.

Contact Our Nursing Team

Contact our Nursing Team if you have any questions on Nursing Jobs in Ireland of the UK for Overseas Nurses.
Deirdre Treanor Senior Recruitment Officer
T 0429368395 M 0860238621 E [email protected]
Nicky Blower Recruitment Officer
T 021-4626154 M 085-8708618 E [email protected]

Contact Our Nursing Team

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