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Position: New Graduate Staff Nurses

St. Vincent's Private HospitalDublinStarting at €32,734Full-timePermanent

Title New Graduate Staff Nurses – Class of 2020 Categories Nursing Salary Starting at €32,734 Location St. Vincents Private Hospital Job Information We are hiring Graduate Staff Nurses Class of 2020 Employee Benefits: If you would like to arrange an interview please contact a member of the Nursing Administration team at 01238951 or forward your CV by e-mail to Apply Now

18 days ago

Nurse Graduate Jobs In Excellent Nursing Home In 11

HeadhuntDublin€18 - €20 an hourFull-timePart-time

Nurse Graduate Jobs in excellent nursing home in Dublin 11 Staff Nurse Jobs Nursing Home Dublin North Staff Nurse Nursing Home Permanent Dublin North Northside Permanent full-time roles & permanent part-time roles Our client a Nursing Home based in Dublin Northside wishes to recruit Staff Nurses for Permanent full-time roles & permanent part-time roles If you are a registered General, ID or Psychiatric Nurse we are interested in speaking with you. Required: * Care of the Elderly experience in a Nursing Home * Registered with the NMBI with valid work permits * Excellent interpersonal & organisational skills * Can do attitude * Team Player & able to work on own initiative * Good English Excellent rosters available here Lunch breaks are paid. Sundays premiums are 15%. Are you fed up travelling to work every day & want a position closer to home then this location would be perfect for you. If you and a couple of your friends would like to work in the same Nursing Home this might be the perfect opportunity. Please email CV to: For further information please Call Maria today on 087 2951493

26 days ago

Graduate Analyst Programme

RSM IrelandDublinPermanentGraduate

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) is Ireland’s independent energy and water regulator with a wide range of economic, safety and customer protection responsibilities across energy and water. The CRU’s current responsibilities include economic regulation of the Irish electricity and natural gas sectors spanning both competitive markets and monopoly networks. The overall aim of the CRU’s economic regulation role is to protect the interests of customers and to maintain the country’s security of gas and electricity supply in what is a constantly changing environment. The CRU is also economic regulator of public water and waste water services in Ireland and the focus is serving the best interests of Irish Water’s customers The CRU is now seeking high achieving graduates to join the organisation and play their role in the future of the energy and water sectors in Ireland, focusing on the economic, safety and customer protection functions of the organisation. If you want to be part of a progressive and dynamic organisation, driving change and protecting the public interest in key areas of the Irish economy and society, we are the organisation for you. For the right candidate, you will be placed on a two year programme where you will be given the opportunity to develop skills and gain experience in regulation, policy-making, financial analysis, team-working, verbal and written communication, stakeholder management and negotiation. On successful completion of the programme, there may be the possibility of extension or permanent appointment depending on a suitable vacancy being available at the time. As a Graduate Analyst, you will be part of a progressive and dynamic organisation, supporting change in key areas of the Irish economy. The CRU will provide you with ongoing support and training and there will be ample opportunity for professional development allowing you to maximise your potential in shaping and implementing complex regulatory policy. As part of the graduate programme you may work in one, or rotate across, the following divisions; Energy Safety, Energy Markets, Energy Networks and Water. Role Description Reporting to a manager, the successful candidate will be involved in a varied role working to tight deadlines in a dynamic environment. The role would typically include activities such as: How to to Apply For information on the application process and the full job description, please click here to access the information booklet. Please note, the information is available both in Irish and English. The closing date for applications is midnight Friday 3 July 2020. Please do not click the 'Apply Now' button. For information on the application process and the full job description, click here to access the information booklet.

29 days ago
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