Ireland

Ireland as a country that never fails to surprise, holds the magic of thousands of years' worth of culture and history, literature and music. It is wild and beautiful, inspiring and exiting, with its pure unspoiled lakes, landscapes and hundreds of islands. With a multi-cultural population, modern Ireland continues to be vibrant, creative and energetic and it is also said to be a land of the most people friendly nation in the whole of Europe.

Ireland known as the silicon valley of Europe with Dublin as its digital capital is a hot destination of choice for innovative minds and also for people aspiring to have a tranquil existence with dignity of life. Being a high-tech hub for Europe and the wider world, with major technological companies such as Intel, Google, Facebook, eBay, Twitter, Hewlett Packard having their European headquarters in the country, Ireland, today, has become the most "globalized" nation in the world .

The country's high volume of trade with other nations and "personal contact" with people internationally (many of whom are connected to Ireland by family ties) were two key factors in gaining this status. Ireland also attracts thousands of international students from across the globe. The educational qualifications available in Ireland are recognized throughout the world, and represent a practical and proven gateway to a wide range of university and career choices. The job sector in Ireland especially the healthcare sector is currently undergoing a significant shift and a lot of policy initiatives are in place to address the mounting staff deficit.

Criteria For Eligibility

The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation examines a number of criteria when assessing Critical Skills Employment Permit applications including a job offer from a bona-fide employer based and trading in Ireland and who is registered with the Revenue Commissioners and, where applicable, the Companies Registration Office/Register of Friendly Societies. Eligibility for a Critical Skills Employment Permit is largely determined by the type of occupation, and proposed remuneration level.

The following are eligible:
  • Occupations with a minimum annual remuneration of 30,000 for a restricted number of strategically important occupations contained in the Highly Skilled Eligible Occupations List. A relevant degree qualification or higher is required.
  • All occupations with a minimum annual remuneration of over 60,000, other than those on the Ineligible Categories of Employment for Employment Permits or which are contrary to the public interest. A non-EEA national who does not have a degree qualification or higher, must have the necessary level of experience. The prospective employee concerned must have secured a 2 year job offer in respect of the eligible occupation from the prospective employer.
Further criteria include:
  • The prospective employee concerned must possess the relevant qualifications, skills and experience that are required for the employment.
  • An employment permit will not be granted to companies unless 50% or more of the employees in the firm are EEA nationals at the time of application. However, this restriction may be waived in respect of start-up companies within 2 years of their establishment (i.e. registered as an employer with Revenue) and which are supported by the enterprise development agencies, Enterprise Ireland or IDA Ireland.

The full details of what is required are set out on the prescribed application form and include: A full description of the proposed employment, Starting date, Annual remuneration excluding bonuses, and Information in respect of the qualifications, skills or experience required for the employment.

Useful Documents to be brought to Ireland

  • Passport
  • Birth Certificates for each member of the family
  • Marriage Certificate for legal matters
  • Medical, motor and all other insurance records
  • Educational certificates
  • A reference from a previous landlord where applicable
  • Evidence of your new position and salary
  • Proof of address Drivers Licence / International Driving Licence
  • Examples of children's current schoolwork to assist in placement where applicable

Key Responsibilities

  • As a nurse you will be expected to assist in the delivery of quality care to patients within your ward/unit. You will work alongside other nurses, healthcare assistants and healthcare professionals to ensure that all duties that are expected within a theatre setting are completed.
  • As a nurse you will be expected to demonstrate critical thinking skills in clinical decision making. You will be assessing patients and will be expected to give quality advice and information as well as administer medication and carry out relevant tests and examinations.
  • As a nurse you will be expected to assist in the delivery of quality care to patients within your ward/unit. You will work alongside other nurses, healthcare assistants and healthcare professionals. You will have excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Team working skills are essential and you will need to be confident in decision making.
  • As a nurse you will be expected to plan, implement, evaluate and be expected to deliver a high standard of quality and individualised care which respects patients dignity and beliefs. You will maintain a safe working environment for patients, visitors, and staff and promote effective communication within the care team and with colleagues, patients, relatives and visitors. As a nurse you will act as a mentor to other staff who you will be responsible for during your shift
  • You should be willing to undertake education and training courses relevant to area of practice.
  • You will be expected to maintain a professional profile and develop skills, knowledge and competencies adhering to the Loyola Healthcare and NMC code of professional conduct. You will also be expected to update all mandatory trainings every 12months.

Required Skills

  • Current NMC Registration
  • Mandatory Training & Qualification certificates
  • DBS Check
  • Proof of relevant immunity's
  • 2 Clinical references
  • Be able to attend a face to face interview

In addition to continuous professional development, you can expect a competitive benefits package to include:

  • Weekly pay
  • Free DBS checks
  • 24 Hour service
  • Free Mandatory training
  • Support with Occupational health
  • Revalidation training

If you have any specific requirements or require assistance or reasonable adjustments to be made for you during the selection process due to disability or long-term health condition, we will do our best to assist you.

For more details on this job, please contact Joseph via email: info@loyolaglobalcareers.ie
or phone : 0035316016965