Nurse Bank is a leading nursing and healthcare recruitment agency. We work in partnership with both public and private hospitals, as well as in semi-acute facilities, paediatric homecare, residential services and practice nursing. The recruitment team is always on call to help you find your perfect job and is staffed by highly experienced and professional nursing recruitment consultants. Nurse Bank’s emphasis is at all times on the sourcing of high-quality nursing vacancies across Ireland and connecting qualified nurses with the best available jobs.
On behalf of our client in Co. Galway, Nurse Bank is recruiting Registered Intellectual Disability Nurses to join a caring and committed team that is dedicated to providing the highest quality care to service users.
We have a requirement for RNIDs to join our client's centre-based and community-based Day, Residential and Respite Services. This is an excellent opportunity for a qualified RNID to join a reputable organisation with a long history of providing quality care. Both Full time and Part time positions are available.
- Be registered with NMBI
- Have experience providing person-centred care to adults and children with high support needs, and strive to provide an excellent service which includes integrating the community into the daily lives of the service users as much as possible.
- Have the ability to work well individually as well as part of a team, being able to support your colleagues in providing the highest standards of care.
- Have a clear understanding of the HIQA guidelines and the policies that govern it.
Take the first step - contact Aisling at Nurse Bank today on 086 228 4001 or email@example.com
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Our clients are spread across the island of Ireland - we are confident that we can match your requirements around a new post or locum work to a location and organisation that meets all of your criteria. We also offer a comprehensive package of relocation supports if required and have a rewarding Referral Scheme to demonstrate our appreciation to nurses that both find employment with us or refer a colleague to us.