Over the years many have immigrated, to the UK or further afield. With the economy moving in the right direction many people are beginning to return to Ireland with the hope of securing work. As most are probably aware Ireland has a massive shortage in nursing staff. It has been estimated that up to 9,000 nurses alone have left Ireland since 2009 and now the HSE wants them back! Over the past few weeks the HSE have begun a recruitment drive to encourage Nurses and Midwifes to come home and work in Ireland. The HSE are trying to attract up to 500 Nurses and Midwives by offering a generous relocation package to all successful applicants.
The relocation package offered includes;
Those who are successful will have the benefit of securing;
This recruitment drive is specifically aimed at Irish Nurses and Midwives and it is hoped that by offering such benefits the HSE will be able to attract home up to 500 Nurses. This recruitment drive is considered a pilot scheme with the hope that further recruitment drives taking place to help with our Nursing shortages.
Anyone interested in finding out more about this recruitment drive should visit www.nursingireland.ie for more details.
For assistance with applications or interview preparation contact Clodagh Higgins of Galway Careers Clinic, Salthill, Galway on 091-581234 or firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively visit www.galwaycareersclinic.com
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