Nursing jobs Dublin
If you’re looking for a nursing job in Dublin, the Scottish Nursing Guild can help. We are a nursing agency operating in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland to place qualified nurses into roles across a range of specialisms. We specialise in providing nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants for a range of healthcare facilities when no one else can. This usually means providing nurses for last minute shifts to support with staff shortages, emergency cover, etc.
For the last 25 years, we’ve been placing nurses across Dublin. We provide outstanding pay rates to all our nurses, and a range of benefits including reimbursed travel costs and fantastic training opportunities.
To take the next step in your nursing career, register with us today and discover the nursing jobs we have available right now in Dublin.
Benefits of working with the Scottish Nursing Guild
At the Scottish Nursing Guild, we understand the dedication and hard work required to be a successful nurse. Therefore, we offer great benefits for our nurses in Dublin. These include:
- High rates of pay
- Paid NMBI fees
- Travel expenses reimbursed
- Flexible shift patterns
- Free annual flu voucher
- Access to voluntary training
- 24/7 nurse led telephone support
If you are a nurse with a valid NMBI Pin, recent experience and the right to work in Ireland, register with us today.
We also offer fantastic flexibility with our Quick Nurse app. Our nurses use the app to book shifts that fit around their schedule. You can instantly search for nursing shifts in Dublin at the touch of a button and the app will automatically check your skills to offer you the most relevant shifts available at the time. You can also input your schedule and receive alerts to notify you as soon as a shift that meets your criteria becomes available.
Benefits of working as a nurse in Dublin
Dublin is the beautiful capital city of the Republic of Ireland. It has all the benefits of living in a big city, but without the chaos that is often associated with them. It provides excellent amenities, a vibrant social scene and great atmosphere, making it a fantastic place to choose for your next nursing role.
Nature – Unlike other capital cities around the world, Dublin has a great blend of cosmopolitan and countryside. On the outskirts of Dublin, you’ll find places such as County Wicklow, also known as the “garden of Ireland” and the Howth Cliffs.
Culture – The Guinness Storehouse, James Joyce Museum and endless local pubs make Dublin a cultural hotspot. There’s also music and buskers on almost every corner which makes it difficult not to immerse yourself in the culture.
Friendly locals – The people of Dublin are known for their friendliness. The city has been voted one of the friendliest in the world numerous times, which can help with settling in if you’re thinking of relocating for a new nurse role in Dublin.
Requirements to work with us as a nurse in Dublin
We require a minimum of 6 months experience for general nurses and HCAs. The requirements for specialist nurses and midwives will vary. You can find out exactly how much experience we require before applying for nursing jobs in Dublin by visiting our specialism pages.
Nursing specialisms we’re recruiting for in Dublin
We’re currently recruiting nurses across a range of specialisms in Dublin, including:
- Registered General Nurses (RGNs)
- A&E nurses
- Nursing home nurses
- ICU Nurses
- Theatre nurses & ODPs
Can’t see your specialism? Don’t worry! Visit our specialism pages to see the full list of specialisms we recruit. With so much choice, you’re sure to find a suitable nurse job in Dublin with the Nursing Guild.
Nursing roles available in Dublin
We work with a number of clients in both hospital and community settings across Dublin, including:
- HSE trusts
- Private hospitals
- Private nursing homes
- Mental health and learning disability units
- Research programmes
- GP practices
With so many different types of nurse jobs available in Dublin, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect role for you.
Nursing pay rates in Dublin
We believe exceptional skills should be recognised with exceptional rewards.
Working as a nurse requires a high level of skill and our outstanding pay rates reflect this. Learn more about our rates for Republic of Ireland, including HSE pay rates and private pay rates, here. For more general information about pay rates with the Guild, including the low down on our pension scheme and bank holidays, visit our pay rates page.
What our nurses say about us
The freedom that you get from the flexible shifts makes your life much easier. The staff are wonderful and they are at your disposal at all times. Also, a very important aspect is the high pay rates, which make me feel appreciated. I am very thankful to the Guild and its staff members.Arnold, Republic of Ireland
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