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Beaumont Hospital, one of Irelands largest Teaching Hospitals is now recruiting Nurses for ICU, Theatre, A&E and General Nursing. Salaries range for €29,000 to €44,000!and a competitive relocation package is available.
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Offer Beaumont Hospital


  • Your salary will be based on your years of experience starting at €29,056 if you are in your first year up to €44,343 in your 10th year
  • Full assistance with you NMBI Registration
  • Relocation flight paid for
  • 1st months accommodation sourced and paid for
  • Assistance finding permanent accommodation
  • Assistance opening your first Irish Bank Account
  • Assistance obtaining you PPS Number (Tax Registration Number)



  • Must be a qualified Nurse
  • Must be interested in working in Ireland
  • Must meet with EU Directives to register with the NMBI
  • Prepared to start the registration process with the NMBI
  • English level of B2 or higher

Beneficial but Non Essential

  • Two years’ experience within your chosen field of Nursing
  • Registered with the NMBI


Beaumont Hospital

PCQ Healthcare, Europe’s leading Nurse Recruitment company is now working with Beaumont Hospital, a large Academic Teaching Hospital located 5km from Dublin City Centre and close to Dublin Airport. The Hospital provides Emergency and Acute care services across 54 medical specialities.
In addition, the Hospital is a Designated Cancer Centre and a Regional Treatment Centre for Ear, Nose and Throat and Gastroenterology. It is also the National Referral Centre for Neurosurgery, Renal Transplantation, and Cochlear Implantation.
They employ approximately 3,500 staff and have 820 beds. They are the principal teaching hospital for the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
Every person who joins the organisation will have every opportunity for career development and training.
Please click on the link below to see a list of Vacancies with Beaumont Hospital

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On the links below you will find more details relating to the specialised positions available at Beaumont Hospital. To qualify for these positions you will need to have a minimum of 12 months experience in the specialised area, and the more experience you have the stronger you application will be.

Medical-surgical nursing is considered as the foundation of the nursing practice. Most nurses begin as medical or surgical nurse (med-surg) or at some point during their nursing career worked in this field of nursing. Many nurses continue med-surg nursing for the excitement and experience it brings to their career.

The medical-surgical nursing field has progressed from an entry-level job position to a unique comprehensive specialty. This field is no longer seen as a stepping-stone but a specialized science—the backbone of a healthcare institution. Currently, medical-surgical nurses are the most common among all nurse specialties.

Medical-surgical nursing is not limited to the disease process or body systems but rather, holistic in approach. It requires nurses to acquire and maintain diverse and extensive knowledge and skills on the different aspects of nursing care. A medical-surgical nurse should strive hard to possess a wide variety of competencies and knowledge to survive on different situations in the workplace.

Because it is the foundation for health care, medical-surgical nursing is the perfect area for foundational learning for novice nurses and students. The primary requirements for nurses who want to be medical-surgical nurse is to obtain comprehensive knowledge and competency to be versatile and flexible when facing diverse settings.

Qualities a medical-surgical nurse should possess:

  • A vast set of skills – knowledgeable in all areas of adult health with excellent skills in assessment, organisational, technical, and prioritisation.
  • Act as a patient advocate – consider patient safety as the top priority by supporting patients in knowing what is in their best interests.
  • Welcome diversity – can function in diverse health care settings, from hospitals, clinics, MD offices to home care facilities; willingly accept changes and accept it as a new learning experience.
  • Making a difference in patients’ lives – give respect and dignity in end-of-life and decision-making; help patients return to normal functioning; provide care and comfort to patient and family.
  • Serve as the backbone of adult care.


  • Be on the General Nurse Register in your home Country
  • Be registered with the NMBI OR be eligible to apply for registration with the NMBI (Irish Nursing Board)
  • Have passed the English requirement to register with the NMBI Or have a B2 level of English or higher and be committed to undertaking the OET program and to sit the OET exam within 6 months of offer
  • Have 2 years’ experience as a med-surg Nurse

Job Description & Duties

Medical-surgical patients often present with complex diagnoses as well as corresponding complex needs. Patients in this area vary, from ambulatory to total care and as such, medical-surgical nurses are expected to be flexible and versatile in providing holistic care. Below are the kinds of patients medical-surgical nurses handle:

  • Patients with acute to chronic diseases needing management
  • Patients with diverse admitting diagnosis and not limited to a single body system
  • Patients with complex and multiple co-morbidities
  • Patients and their families
  • Patients across the life span

The following are some of the functions of a medical-surgical nurse:

  • Medical-surgical nurses must be able coordinate, organize, and prioritize complex multiple client assignment.
  • Competent and knowledgeable in guiding patients and their families from the challenges that come along with the complex health care system.
  • Medical-surgical nurses must integrate discharge planning into the patient’s daily care.
  • Must be able to collaborate with other members of the health care team.
  • Ability to learn the use of technology, including new medical innovations.
  • Capability to integrate research in relation to a diverse care needs
  • Integrate the best practice guidelines in relation to diverse clinical situations
  • Advocate for ethical, quality, and safe work setting

Job Outlook and Salary

The salary for a Med-Surg Registered Nurse ranges from €29,000 to €45,000 annually. Salaries for labour and delivery nurses will vary related to your nursing experience.

Intensive care unit nurse are registered nurses who specialise in providing care in intensive care units of hospitals. Intensive care nurses are always in demand. As health care becomes more advanced, the percentage of critically ill patients requiring expert care continues to rise. There is a great need for experienced intensive care unit nurses in Ireland.

Critical care nurses provide care in general ICU's as well as within specialised units. Intensive care nurses sometimes provide care to people of all ages , however most provide care to either adults or children.

Hospital intensive care units are commonly divided into specialised units. Examples of specialised intensive care units include: cardiac, medical, surgical, burn, and neurological intensive care units.

Critical care nurses provide most of the direct care to patients in life threatening situations within intensive care units. Some critical care nurses specialise in providing care to new-borns in neonatal intensive care units or to children in paediatric intensive care units.

Critical care nurses assess, plan, implement and evaluate health care services for patients suffering with a broad range of health conditions. Types of patients cared for depends upon the type of intensive care unit which nurses are employed in. All intensive care unit nurses care for extremely ill patients however.

Nurses in general intensive care units commonly provide care to patients suffering from cardiac disease and brain injuries. Accident victims and patients recuperating from complex surgeries frequently need nursing care from critical care specialists as well.

Intensive care unit nurses work closely with Doctors and other members of the health care team. They need to be skilled in assessment of patients and capable of using high tech equipment. Critical care nurses must possess physical, mental, and emotional stamina to work with seriously ill patients and their loved ones.


  • Be on the General Nurse Register in your home Country
  • Be registered with the NMBI


  • Be eligible to apply for registration with the NMBI (Irish Nursing Board)
  • Have passed the English requirement to register with the NMBI


  • Have a B2 level of English or higher and be committed to undertaking the OET program and to sit the OET exam within 6 months of offer
  • Have 2 years’ experience as a ICU Nurse
  • ICU nurses who have specialized training in the area of ICU will have a considerable advantage with their application

Job Description & Duties

The vast majority of critical care nurses work in intensive care units of hospitals. Most critical care nurses work twelve hour shifts.

Critical care nurses have smaller patient care assignments than nurses in other settings due to the severity of illness and high number of tasks extremely ill patients need performed.

Intensive care nurses calculate medication doses and titrate potent medications. They insert and care for specialised venous and arterial infusions. ICU nurses must be adept at mathematics and the use ventilators and other high tech equipment.

Intensive care nurses provide care to a diverse patient population. They care for dying patients and provide education and support to family members faced with critical decisions such as discontinuing life support and deciding how to care for people with brain injuries.

Intensive care nurses are members of emergency response teams in hospitals. They respond to medical emergencies in all areas of healthcare facilities. They often serve as resources to other nursing units.

Job Outlook and Salary

The salary for an ICU Nurse ranges from €29,000 to €45,000 annually. Salaries for ICU nurses will vary related to your nursing experience.

The job market for intensive care nurses is consistently excellent. With increased complexity of medical technology and need for expertise required to help seriously ill patients survive, the outlook for continued growth in the field of intensive care nursing is excellent. Increasingly complex surgical interventions are frequently being performed .The need for expert nurses to care for patients postoperatively in intensive care units is great.

Theatre Scrub nursing is a specialty where the nurse is an expert in operative nursing and works closely with surgeons and other surgical staff to ensure a smooth procedure, minimize complications, and continuously assist with maintaining a sterile field. Scrub nurses work in clinical facilities like hospitals and surgery centres. Scrub nurses assist surgeons with surgical procedures on patients throughout the lifespan and with a large variety of surgical conditions including gallbladder removal, cardiac surgery, joint replacements, and hysterectomy .

Scrub nurses typically work during the day shift during the typical work week in both the hospital and the outpatient surgery centre. Hospital scrub nurses are often required to be "on call" during the evenings, weekends, holidays, and nights for emergency surgery, which can occur 24 hours a day and seven days a week. In large facilities, scrub nurses may specialise in a particular type of surgery, like cardiac, orthopaedic, or general. Scrub nurses have a meaningful role in saving lives and improving patient health through surgery. Scrub nursing is an incredibly important and satisfying nurse specialization.

Scrub nurses have the very important role in preparing the operating room and the surgical instruments for the operation. A Scrub nurse must be organised and prepared for the surgery and possible complications. Being detail oriented ensures patient safety because small mistakes can mean the difference between life and death. A Scrub nurse must have excellent communication skills to be aware of the needs of the surgeon and convey them to the surgical team. Once a scrub nurse is sterile, he or she cannot break sterile procedure until the operation is over, so they need to communicate their needs to the circulating nurse. Scrub nurses must be excellent team players because the collaboration of a surgical team keeps patients alive. Scrub nurses should have excellent problem solving and critical thinking skills. While they work under the supervision of a surgeon, a scrub nurse should be able to anticipate complications and plan for the next steps.

Scrub nurses that work in the operating room may mean working long hours for surgical cases, which can be physically and emotionally draining. No two days in the operating room are the same, which may be exhilarating or stressful. Scrub nursing is a challenging and exciting career


  • Be on the General Nurse Register in your home Country
  • Be registered with the NMBI


  • Be eligible to apply for registration with the NMBI (Irish Nursing Board)
  • Have passed the English requirement to register with the NMBI


  • Have a B2 level of English or higher and be committed to undertaking the OET program and to sit the OET exam within 6 months of offer
  • Have 1 years’ experience as a Theatre Nurse

Job Description & Duties

The following are a list of basic duties that scrub nurses should be expected to perform. The description varies based on the facility for which you work.

  • Properly disinfect oneself, scrub in, and dress and gown by sterile procedure
  • Assist the rest of the surgical team in scrubbing in for surgery.
  • Prepare the operating room by maintaining sterile procedure to set out instruments and set up other surgical equipment.
  • Be able to move quickly and remain organised during complicated procedures.
  • Understand the importance of time-outs and other safety checks.
  • Use critical thinking skills to determine potential surgical complications and the appropriate next steps to take.
  • Be familiar with all surgical instruments and be comfortable assisting with a variety of surgical procedures.
  • Understand medication dosage, complications, and interactions
  • Know how to properly label medication on the surgical field
  • Know when and how to perform proper surgical instrument and sponge counts to ensure patient safety.
  • Collaborate with the surgical team and promote teamwork to ensure patient safety
  • Recognise respiratory and cardiovascular decline and know initial steps to obtain help and to stabilize your patient.

Job Outlook and Salary

The salary for a Scrub Registered Nurse ranges from €29,000 to €45,000 annually. Salaries for theatre nurses will vary related to your nursing experience.

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