Interested in a nursing/midwifery career in the public sector?
Why not attend our Careers Day for Nursing & Midwifery being held in Dr Steevens’ Hospital, Dublin on Friday, March 31st next. Registration starts at 9:30am and the Careers Day runs until 4pm. You are welcome to drop in at any stage during the event.
This is an open event for all those interested in careers in nursing and midwifery in the Irish Public Health Services.
Why attend this event?
It’s a good chance to learn about career development opportunities around the country and a great way to meet with healthcare managers face to face to learn more about working in the health sector.
Employers from the Hospital Groups and Community Healthcare Organisations will be happy to meet with you and advise you on nursing and midwifery career pathways as well as answer any queries you may have.
So whether you are about to qualify or newly qualified, wish to move to the public sector, a professional who wishes to return to practice or a nurse working abroad thinking about returning home you are very welcome to attend this event and deepen your knowledge about the Irish health service and its opportunities for nursing and midwifery.
Learn also about registration and garda vetting requirements.
Listen to speakers from the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland, the Chief Nursing Office in the Department of Health and the Office of the Nursing & Midwifery Services Director (HSE).
We are currently recruiting for nurses and midwives from all disciplines, particularly those who have experience in the various specialties. You may be able to interview for a job at the event so why not bring along your CV. We can also arrange for candidates abroad to participate in online job interviews.
You can register your interest in advance by email to: email@example.com or just register on the day.
(If you cannot attend on the day, but are interested in future nursing career events, please contact the above email address and we will contact you with event details)
Event Programme Careers Day Nursing Midwifery