Working as a Nurse in Ireland

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Servisource Healthcare are open to all nurses both graduate nurses and experienced nurses. Nurses who would like to enhance their professional development will find lots of opportunities to become staff nurses, clinical nurses, mental health nurses, learning disability nurses or directors of nursing in Irish hospitals both public and private, care centres or nursing homes.

We place registered nurses in a wide range of positions that include:

*. Staff Nurse Jobs in Hospitals and Care of the Elderly Facilities
*. Intellectual Disability (Learning Disability) Nurse Jobs
*. Psychiatric (Mental Health) Nurse Jobs
*. Nurse Managers Jobs

Register with us today and upload your CV to apply for any nursing roles we currently have.  Our team are on hand to supply you with tips on cv preparation and interview techniques.

Information for Nurses

How to Register as a Nurse

To work in Ireland you must be registered with The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. For further information and an application form please contact:

An Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann
18/20 Carysfort Avenue,
Blackrock,
Co. Dublin,
Ireland

http://www.nmbi.ie
Tel: (+3531) 639 8500
Fax: (+3531) 639 8515

As this process can take approximately 8–12 weeks it is advisable to start your application as soon as possible if you are seriously considering relocating to Ireland. For more information visit the An Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann website.

English Language Tests

Academic IELTs (English Language Test) as organised by the British Council. Without this you will not be eligible to register as a nurse in Ireland. You must take the academic form of the test and achieve an overall band score of 7 with a score of no less than 7 in both writing and speaking module and achieve a score of no less than 7 in both reading and listening module.

Nurses Applying for PPS number to allow you to work in Ireland

The Department of Social Protection’s Client Identity Services (CIS) provide a Registration Service for non-resident applicants who cannot attend at a designated PPS Registration Centre and who need a PPS Number for a transaction with a specified body.

For more information on PPS numbers please follow below link

http://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Personal-Public-Service-Number-Registration-Centres-by-Count.aspx.

Where will I live while working as a nurse in Ireland?

Depending on your destination of choice there is plenty of accommodation to choose from in Ireland from low cost to high end, to whatever your budget will allow

For general information on renting in Ireland please see below link

http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/housing/renting_a_home/

To view rentals in Ireland please see below link

http://www.daft.ie/

International nurses in Ireland that wish to contact their countries embassy will find details on

www.dfa.ie

This is a list of all foreign embassies accredited to Ireland.

Professional Nurses & Midwifes Organisation

The INMO is the professional voice of nurses and midwives in Ireland .  For further information on the INMO and to find information on how to join , link as follows,

www.inmo.ie

Apply now to join our award winning nursing team