Considering nursing In Ireland?
Have you ever considered nursing in Ireland? There are many questions to ask yourself, such as how do I register, what jobs are available and what area should I relocate to? These are all valuable questions, the answers of which can be found easily by contacting Servisource Healthcare or logging on to our Servisource website. We have our own personal nurse sourcer, Karen Melia on hand to help with all questions and aid you in the application process to start nursing in Ireland. Each individual region have their own local healthcare team in their area.
In order to begin nursing in Ireland you firstly need to be registered with An Board Altranais. This is the Irish Nursing Board. There is a fee of €150.00 and they will then send you out a registration pack to complete. This is the first step to begin a nursing in Ireland.
Nursing in Ireland
Servisource offer positions within Private hospitals, acute hospitals and care facilities across the land, in both perm and temporary contracts. We have positions to suit everyone’s needs with flexible hours to suit all lifestyles. Salaries are dependent on location, but are currently higher than the majority of EU countries.
Moving to Ireland
Rent can be very reasonable in Ireland with rooms to rent in houses or apartments along with houses to rent. There are lots of good websites for accommodation such as daft.ie, in addition to the papers and websites for the local area.
In Ireland there is a variety of transport from the LUAS (Dublin city tram), Dart (Dublin Suburban rail service) to national rail and bus services that service all key cities and towns in Ireland.
We have a large number of cyclists here as well so if you enjoy this, it’s a cheap and healthy way to get you to work on time.
Ireland has an abundance of food shopping outlets, Lidl, Aldi, Tesco, Super Value, Dunne’s , Marks and Spencer to name but a few. For clothing we have all the top name brands as well as Primark known in Ireland as Penny’s, New Look, Dunne’s etc. We have amazing shopping centres in Ireland so there will never be a shortage of choice.
There is never a shortage of entertainment in Ireland and in every locality there are great sight-seeing attractions depicting Irelands amazing history and culture. If you like sport, there are plenty of options such horse racing, soccer, rugby and GAA matches (Gaelic Football and Hurling).There is a vast array of fantastic restaurants and pubs , which would have Irish Music or Dancing on some nights. For those who love walking, there are amazing walks, mountain trails, picnic sights to be seen.
Ireland is steeped in Culture with amazing history, places of history to see and learn. The people are incredibly friendly and helpful here and always willing to advise you if you need assistance with directions etc.