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Three Q PERMS Jobs: Staff Nurse - Paediatric


Industry: Healthcare / Medical
Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
Salary: On Application

Paediatric Nurse job in at a Dublin City Centre Hospital

Paediatric Nurse job at a well-known hospital in Dublin City Centre for dual qualified nurse. Part-time and full-time hours available. If you are an RGN+RCN who is registered with the NMBI and would like to work as part of a team providing specialist medical-surgical care to children between the ages of 2 and 14, then Clare would love to have a chat with you. Contact her on 01-905-9333 or send your CV to adverts(at) with ADCA-16943 in the subject line to apply.

Job Title: Staff Nurse - Acute Location: Dublin City Centre Salary: €29,000 - €45,700 DOE Hours: FT/PT

Pension scheme
Relocation package
Critical illness cover
Sick leave scheme
Career break scheme
Financial support for career development and training

About the Job:
Registered with the NMBI as a Registered Children's Nurse and Registered General Nurse
Recent acute experience

If you are interested in these positions and would like to apply, email an up-to-date CV to adverts(at) with ADCA-16943 in the subject line or call 01 905 9333 for more information.

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