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Staffline Recruitment (ROI) Limited

IE Cooldriona Court, 5 Main Street, Swords Glebe, Swords, Dublin
0 - Dublin, Irland

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SPECIALIST NURSE (Theatre, IR, HDU, Oncology, Endoscopy & Cath lab)

Dublin / Irland 09/08/2023

Wesentliche Punkte

  • Fach - Krankenpflegepersonal
  • Wohnort - Dublin
  • Land - Irland
  • Erfahrung - Erfahren (+ als 5 Jahre Erfahrung)
  • Vertragsdauer - Ständig
  • Gehalt - 38000-45000/annum
  • Verfügbarkeit - 02/10/2023


This is an exciting opportunity to be part of one of Ireland’s leading and most prestigious private hospital with a reputation for training, support and career development for their staff. A number of specialised nursing roles are currently available as this hospital continues to grow.

 Our client offers the highest number of consultants and the widest range of specialist care. They have the capacity to deal with high volume of patients with a variety of different and often complex and surgical requirements. They continue to set new standards and benchmark for private medical care in Ireland.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the assessment and evaluation of patient care needs and the development, implementation of quality nursing care.
  • To provide nursing care without direct supervision and support colleagues within the Nursing Division in the delivery of quality nursing care. 
  • Carry out nursing duties within hospital policy and according to the Code of Professional Conduct (NMBI).
  • Carry out instructions from the theatre manager and theatre clinical nurse managers and other senior nursing staff.
  • Adheres to the agreed policies and procedures of the hospital and promotes, by example, a high standard of nursing care in the Operating Theatre Department.
  • Foster good relationships with patients, nursing colleagues, the multi-disciplinary team, relatives and visitors to the hospital. Help achieve high morale for both staff and patients.
  • Be aware of relevant ordering and stock control supplies for the department using resources efficiently and management practices in the theatre department.
  • Ensure all documentation of patient care is of a high standard, and kept up-to-date according to the Code of Conduct, hospital policies and in accordance with professional standards.
  • Aware of responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act, report on any practices that could be detrimental to patient and/or staff safety.
  • Attend training on CPR, lifting/handling and other hospital required induction or training programme.
  • Responsible as a trained nurse for the control and administration of drugs within the regulations laid down by   the hospital Code of Professional Conduct (NMBI).
  • Work within the Professional Code of Conduct (NMBI).
  • Maintain a personal profile and develop within the scope of professional practice, a professional profile.
  • Practice agreed models of nursing and systems of care as directed by the Theatre Superintendent or Theatre Sister.
  • Keep up-to-date with nursing literature, critique and utilise appropriate nursing research findings to enhance quality patient care.
  • Communicate effectively with the patient, Theatre Superintendent, Theatre Sister and colleagues.
  • Promote a culture where excellence in practice can be shared and supported and less than excellence in practice is challenged.
  • Confidentiality of patient’s records and personnel files must be safeguarded at all times.
  • The appointee is expected to respect the Mission Statement and uphold the tradition and ethos of the Private Hospital.



  • Be registered on the general division of the register of nurses maintained by NMBI.
  • Have proven clinical and professional ability
  • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Competency in the English language is a requirement for the post.


Have at least 1 years post registration experience in an acute setting.
Completed a Diploma in peri-operative nursing.
Evidence of post registration professional development.
Competency in use of Microsoft packages.
A proven ability to work under pressure and use initiative
An ability to deal with staff at all levels within the organisation.
The ability to manage clinical and non-clinical situations.
The ability to work within a team in the delivery of excellent nursing care.
A high capacity for responsibility and individual initiative.
An interest in quality initiation for the nursing service.
Knowledge of risk management from investigation of accidents and incidents, to reporting and documenting such incidents according to the hospital policy.
As a theatre nurse, it is important to identify the physiological, psychological and sociological needs of the patient in the Operating Theatre Department. 


  • VHI and Irish Life Scheme
  • Sick Leave scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • HSE rates of pay {incremental salary scale} and HSE annual leave allowances
  • Pension scheme
  • Health Service Credit Union
  • Disability Scheme
  • Discounted staff rates for hospital procedures
  • Subsidised restaurant
  • Discount Pharmacy rates
  • Flexibility – promote good work/life balance
  • Full occupational health services available to support staff health and welfare
  • Change room facility with staff lockers and showers
  • Support for Training & Development including regular internal training courses across a wide spectrum of role areas
  • Excellent access to public transport including Dart  and bus routes
  • AXA scheme available for motor and home insurance (salary deduction)
  • Tax saver Bus & Rail tickets
  • Hospital Scheme Discounts
  • Permanent health insurance – we offer income protection insurance to all eligible staff
  • Car parking options available at very reasonable rates
  • Staff Fitness Centre