One thing that we are often asked here at Three Q is how to advance your career as a staff nurse. This month we are celebrating Three Q’s 19th birthday, so you know that we have years of experience in helping Staff Nurses to advance their careers. You may love your job as a staff nurse, but sometimes you may feel like you have more potential than your current position.So without any further ado, here are our top tips on how to advance your career as a staff nurse.

Do you know where your nursing career will take you in the next five years? What about the next 10 or 20?  If you’d like to have a little more control over your career path, it pays to do a little research and see what experienced recruitment companies such as Three Q have to say about our PERM’s and TEMPS’s experiences.

Here are our top tips for advancing your own nursing career:

  1. Invest in your education.

As is true for all career paths, education is extremely important in advancing your career. With each degree in nursing or certificate in a specialised nursing program you gain, you will have more and more options for new opportunities. With more opportunities, it is more likely that one will find a position that is a perfect fit for you and your career goals. Some nurses may need to simultaneously work and go to school to take advantage of the stepladder approach to nursing education, but it will pay off in the long term career wise. There is an increasing importance of advanced degrees when it comes to progressing your nursing career, and most positions in advanced practice, leadership, teaching and research require master’s and doctoral degrees.

A more educated nurse is a safer nurse. Education requires a commitment. It is a personal journey that takes time and energy, but it also provides rewards, both professionally and personally.

  1. Build and utilise your networks.

It is important to Learn to network within your health care organization and outside it. When you meet new people, you exchange ideas and gain information about new approaches to solve common problems. Professional social networking is also becoming increasingly crucial in our society and networking and community is becoming more central to how we do business.

While networking is clearly important for career advancement, it should also be seen as a source of learning and new ideas.

  1. Establish a mentoring relationship.

This is a great tip, however it does take time to develop a mentor-mentee relationship and it cannot be forced. As a nurse, you can take some steps to become a mentee by first identifying someone whom they feel comfortable with and whom they consider a role model within the nursing industry. Asking the mentor for career advice, suggestions and guidance is a good way to initiate the relationship

  1. Always pursue professionalism.

The most important and professional things that you can do as a nurse are: be honest, maintain confidentiality about patients, offering respect for the individual, cultivating strong interpersonal skills in dealing with people, keeping a positive attitude, maintaining competency and keeping up to date in your work. It is important for nurses to present themselves as professionals both on the job and off- if you want to progress in your career, it’s important that your employers see you as a professional nurse who is suitable for more responsibility within your role. It may sound like standard advice, but also make sure to keep your social media profiles professional, as employers really do check them out.

  1. Continue personal and professional development

Developing yourself as a person will also have a positive impact on your career. You should focus on communication skills such as conflict management, active listening and clear, effective writing, as well as honing skills in problem solving.

Start to think of yourself as a leader, and cultivate your leadership skills and abilities. Begin displaying your leadership skills within your own health care setting.  As you become comfortable as a leader, look for other opportunities both within and outside your organisation, you will also find that when you are thinking like a leader, people will value your opinion and opportunities will start coming to you.

  1. Find what you like to do

Our biggest tip to all nurses, is to find what you like to do in your career and do the best job possible and seek out work environments that are positive and growth promoting. Your career isn’t going to prosper if you don’t feel passionate about what you do, so make sure that you love your area of work within the nursing industry.  

So there are our top tips on how to advance your career as a staff nurse! Keep your eye out for nursing positions that fall outside what you are doing now- Job advertisements and articles about nurses in other settings will open your thinking about career opportunities. Also remember that around 50% of nursing jobs are outside the hospital, so don’t limit yourself! If you are a newly graduated nurse who is preparing for your first job, check out our blog on the topic. You can also take a look at our job listings which we update daily.

Detox nurses are mostly commonly understood to help those who are looking for aid with dealing with their alcohol and drug abuse. However, alcohol and illegal substance abuse are not the only addictions that detox nurses treat. After all, the science is in on gambling addiction and brain activity for gambling addicts is comparable to substance addicts such as heroin and cocaine and they suffer similar withdrawal symptoms to drugs abusers too. I will be discussing how a detox nurse treats patients that suffer from gambling addiction.


Unlike with other addictions, compulsive gambling will not drastically affect physical appearance and physical health, so it can often go unnoticed and untreated. The addict themselves may also be reluctant to admit that they are addicted and it is the work of the detox nurse to help their patient come to the realisation that they are addicted and they need help before treatment can start. The detox nurse needs to know that their patient truly wants to help themselves work on controlling their compulsive gambling.

Changing Behaviour

The detox nurse knows that a patient acknowledging their addiction, and acknowledging that it is a problem and sincerely wanting it to change is the first step, but it is not enough. Nurses that specialise in addiction will work on helping their patients’ habitual behaviour that is not helping their pursuit to control their addiction. There will be activities and behaviours for a gambling addict that make it difficult to resist their urges. The detox nurse will help their patients recognise their behaviours that do not help their treatment.

Treatment Plan

A detox nurse develops a treatment plan that’s tailored to their patient’s needs. A treatment plan a detox nurse prescribes will be the roadmap for their patient. They have a plan that they issue to their patients and will explain to their patients each step and action involved and continually manage the patient’s progress.

Detox nurses treat all kinds of addiction in their patients. As you can imagine, they all require different approaches and treatments. This means detox nursing requires a wide range of knowledge on addiction and many ways to treat it. Gambling addiction provides its own specific problems to patients and to the nurse treating them. It is remarkable that detox nurses can treat a wide variety of patients effectively.

Clinical Nurse Managers- Two Difficulties They Face Managing in Hospitals

The Clinical Nurse Manager has a tough role – they have to manage a department’s staff to provide the best care possible to its patients. This job of managing a team of nurses comes with problems that the clinical nurse manager must overcome. I’m going to be talking about some of the areas that a CNM will have to deal with working in a hospital with a  team of nurses.

The clinical nurse manager has a reoccurring problem. That problem is understaffing. The CNM has to manage their team effectively to treat their patients which will continually prove to be a challenge. Many hospitals struggle with staffing problems and CNM’s often have to manage it by giving overtime to their nurses and sometimes  involves the unpleasant task of asking their team to work on their days off.

Dealing with Conflict

Fortunately, this problem that management in nursing deals with is not as common as it could be considering the stakes can be very high in the hospital. Conflict in the hospital staff is often dealt with by the nurse manager. The clinical nurse manager will have to become adept at dealing with conflict appropriately. There is considerable pressure on nurses which can ignite conflict or balloon it’s size making it essential that the CNM can treat conflicts in her team or with management effectively.

Here’s a helpful link to a really informative journal article on conflict management strategies for nurse managers:

You could imagine how the two mentioned challenges faced by clinical nurse managers can be interrelated. A shortage in staff causing a conflict. A conflict causing a shortage in staff. It is fortunate that conflicts among the team are rare and treated carefully and nurses are flexible in work often taking on overtime and extra days when it’s unwelcome. This certainly makes the job of the clinical nurse manager that bit easier.

We can all agree that nurses work hard enough as it is! So why do some nurses take on extra work to make the shift towards becoming a theatre nurse? I’m going to list three reasons why nurses in different fields take on extra training and education to get into working in surgery as a theatre nurse. Although the salary isn’t to be ignored, these are some of the most appealing non financial reasons why different types of nurses take steps towards becoming a theatre nurse:

Providing Extremely Important Care

If you are a nurse, it goes without saying you care about helping people. All nurses do great work but as a theatre nurse, you get to help some of the patients that require medical care the most.  In the operating room, you are providing urgent aid. Most would agree that saving lives is the most rewarding part of nursing and as a theatre nurse you are certainly at the forefront of live saving care.

Job Interview Tips For Nurses – Making an Interview Work for you

Job interview tips for Nurses is something that is regularly asked by candidates coming to Three Q.  Because there is sometimes a skills test along with the formal interview that candidates have to go through, it can be daunting to Nurses, especially those who have just graduated and haven’t been interviewed before. However, Three Q have been helping to match job-seeking Nurses with Employers for years so we know a thing or two about job interviews. Any job interview can be a nervous time for candidates so we’ve put together our list of top tips in preparing for that Nursing interview in confidence.

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  1. Research the company, hospital or nursing home that you are going and be prepared with a good level of knowledge. Take at look at the most recent HIQA report. You don’t need to know all of the gross margins or accounts since the company opened, but you should know enough to show the interviewer that you respect the opportunity and you respect her or his time.
  1. Be on time, with a clean, well-presented copy of your CV. This sounds simple but you may be surprised at how many people don’t leave 10 minutes early in order to get there 10 minutes early. Plan your route. It may seem like a simple task to get to the location of the interview but don’t forget that you may get stuck in traffic in a certain area, or if you’re walking to the interview it may start to rain. Check bus times, cycle routes, book train tickets in advance, you don’t want to be stressed for the journey or turn up late to your interview.
  1. Dress the part – business-like and professional, no matter how relaxed the Nursing Home is or how the Manager interviewing you presents themselves, it’s still an interview an dyou want to look your best and leave a professional impression on the interviewer.
  1. Be polite and mannerly to every member of staff that you come across. The receptionist may be the first person that you think of to impress, but also think of parking attendant, the cleaners, and any interns. Southwest Airlines used to have the flight attendants on flights anonymously assess the candidates they were flying in for interviews – it just goes to show that you need to be polite at all times. Keep in mind that your interview starts the moment you leave the house. It may sound like a cliché, but you would not be the first person to suffer from road rage at the car in front, only to be sitting in front of them 20 minutes later in an interview.
  1. Think, and prepare of one of the most underprepared interview questions of all times that stumps everyone-  “What can I do for this Nursing Home?”. Think about it beforehand, do your research as we suggested in step one and try to think about a great answer.
  1. Whenever you talk about your former or current employer, be polite and professional. If you’re gossiping about them – no matter how horrible to work for they are – guess what the interviewer thinks? That they will be next. Never say unkind, or even true things if it makes you look like a prospective gossip who will only cause trouble for the staff and employer .
  1. Save the money talk for last. Focus on the job, your ability to contribute, and all the great things you can provide. When applying for jobs with Three Q, you will be told the basic salary before the interview, so there should be no confusion in the first place.
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  1. Thank the interviewer for their time and ask questions – again, this shows good manners and good sense. This could be small things, even just the hours involved or what facilities the employer provides. Don’t be afraid to ask what career opportunities are possible too.
  1. Let the employer know how interested you are at the end of the interview, and your intention to accept if offered.
  1. There are a variety of different interview types you could end up having. Ranging from a full on competency base interview to the ‘cup of tea’ interview and everything in between. We can fully advise you on all these different interview types and we can normally let you know the type of interview you can expect to have with the employers that we work with.

Follow these tips, and you’re sure to have a great interview. Remember to do lots of preparation before your interview and stay calm and mannerly towards the interviewer (and staff) at all times. If you are currently looking for a job as a Nurse keep an eye on our listings that we update everyday with new jobs in the industry. If you are an employer and are wishing to advertise your job in our listings, please email or phone +353 1878 3335.   

The role of an acute care nurse is a very important one within the healthcare system. Nursing job opportunities in Dublin are becoming more competitive.  Here at Three Q we help acute nurses to find their perfect career from our job listings compiled by our clients. Whether you’re looking for Permanent or Temp work, we’ll help you to get your ideal acute nursing job. If you’re a nurse who’s unsure what specialty you’d like to pursue, or maybe are just curious about what the job entails, we’ve put together some of the aspects of what an acute care nurse is responsible for.

Acute care is a nursing specialty and nurses generally only work with patients for only a short amount of time. Typical duties include treatment after surgery or for a chronic illness. An acute care nurse must be an NBMI registered nurse. Acute nurses are highly skilled and in demand. This is due the need for acute nurses to be fast learners and adaptable to change, as an acute nurse you will learn something new each day . You must be able to solve conflicts with time management as it is a fast paced job and the job will change continually change due to new developments in health care.

What is acute care?

Acute care falls under the broader category of secondary care – the stage after primary care (when a patient makes first contact with medical professionals). Acute care involves the treatment of patients diagnosed with short term but serious conditions – and might take place in a number of clinical settings like Accident & Emergency, Intensive Care and Neonatal Care. Typical medical conditions an acute care nurse may be called upon to treat range from severe injury and chronic illness, to strokes and infectious diseases.

Day-to-day responsibilities

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Like other nursing roles, acute nurses work with patients, perform administrative tasks and assist other medical professionals, like doctors and consultants. A typical day might include: the assessment and monitoring of patient conditions, checking symptoms and vital signs and arranging diagnostic tests, developing ongoing care plans, administering intravenous drips or different types of medication, checking and using specialised equipment such as monitors and ventilators

As an acute nurse working in hospital wards, GP surgeries or community care centres, no two days will ever be the same – and you should expect surprises. Acute nurses may be first on the scene when a patient’s condition changes – for better or worse – and should be prepared to administer emergency first aid. Conversely, acute nurses deal frequently with patients whose conditions are improving – which could mean contacting family members and support services or arranging transfer to different facilities.

Skills and qualities

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Acute care professionals deal with a huge number of patients presenting with a wide range of conditions so an ability to be caring, compassionate and patient is crucial. Acute nurses may have to deal with patients with learning disabilities or those suffering from dementia –  these situations demand excellent communication skills. Given the fluid nature of the role, nurses should be prepared to think quickly – and on their feet – and adapt to the demands of on-going medical situations.

The starting point of an acute care nursing career is the a bachelor degree of science in nursing and an NBMI membership. Many hospitals now offer acute care orientation and internship programs.  By taking positions in acute care subspecialty areas such as oncology, cardiac care, or geriatrics, acute nurses can advance their careers. A majority of these positions require acute care nurse practitioners.  

Further Your Career

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Acute care nurses have plenty of opportunities for career advancement and increased salary.  A number of job boards show an abundance of available jobs. These nurses are highly skilled and enjoy great demand, and openings are in available in a variety of settings beyond hospitals.  Continued hiring growth makes the outlook for this nursing specialty a truly positive one. Additional steps on the career ladder include advancing to a charge nurse or becoming a nursing educator or administrator.

Acute care nursing promises new challenges every day, but for committed and capable nurses, offers a long, rewarding career. To keep up to date on the industry developments and find vacant acute care positions, check out our roles and read the latest from us at Three Q. If you are an employer and are wishing to advertise your job in our listings, please email or phone +353 1878 3335 .   

We are currently looking for a candidate to fulfil an Experienced Nurse Recruiter for a remote and office based job. Here at Three Q we don’t just recruit for other companies, but we often need to find people for our own team too. If you’ve ever wanted to work with a company who values teamwork, and their employees we’re the place for you. Three Q cares about its team, has a huge emphases on CSR and believes in people helping people.

Do you love Recruitment but maybe tired of your commute to the office everyday? If  you have the structure, drive & ability to remote work and still deliver on your targets, Three Q PERMS is hiring an experienced Nurse or Medical Recruiter to join our team.  In this job you can work remotely for the majority of your work week and only commute for two days into our city centre office in Dublin 1.

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As with all of our recruitment roles, this role is about Quality. As a Quality focused Recruiter you will deliver a quality service to in-demand professionals and hiring companies through your own personal commitment to excellence, open communication and win-win’s for all involved.  With over 19 years in recruitment, our systems, processes, client base and approaches have been tried, tested and proven to deliver.

The basic salary for this role starts at €28,000. We offer a generous benefits package and uncapped commission. Requirements include 2 – 3 years’ experience in nurse or healthcare recruitment, a passion for Quality in everything you do and of course an Energetic and Ambitious personality.

A full job description can be forwarded to you but overall we are interested in how you do business and how you can help us at Three Q.  Recruiters must provide a majority of their service for free and there still is never a guarantee of earning their commission. It is only if their candidate gets selected that will they be paid. As a result, it creates a lot of competition, not just amongst competing agencies, but between the many candidates the recruiter has sent to the client. Therefore, you must be of a competitive and driven nature to be successful in this role.

If you are that Competitive Experienced Recruiter who knows how to deliver Quality & Business Success apply in confidence to Cora or email your number and a time that suits to talk on same; or Linkedin

Nursing job opportunities in Dublin are becoming more competitive.  Here at Three Q we help nurses to find their perfect career from our job listings compiled by our clients. Whether you’re looking for Permanent or Temp work, we’ll help you to get your ideal nursing job. Below, we’ve put together a list of some of the most popular nursing jobs that our clients are advertising with us.

  1. Fertility Nursing

Fertility nurses (also known as reproductive nurses) are nurses who are responsible for for managing and looking after the treatment of both single woman and couples who are having infertility issues. The role involves taking blood tests, administering fertility treatment, scheduling appointments and helping doctors with ultrasounds. Although there is are a huge range of medical aspects to the job, the most important element to fertility nursing is to have a sense of empathy for the patient and be able to give sound, qualified advice and counselling through each step of the treatment process.

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  1. Acute Nursing Clinical Manager

The Clinical Nurse Manager is a leadership role that is not just a regular nursing job. The job of a clinical nurse manager’s job isn’t just to take care of patients- its also to take care of the business. As a Clinical Nurse Manager, your fundamental responsibility is assisting executives by supervising staff, creating schedules, developing budgets and enforcing rules. Acute care is a nursing specialty. Working as an acute nurse you will generally work with patients for only a short period of time. Typical duties might include treatment after surgery or for a chronic illness. Becoming an acute nursing clinical manager means that you will be managing a team of acute nurses. Duties in this role will include monitoring both patient care and scheduling acute nurses’ shifts, and ensuring acute nurse compliance with rules and regulations. Your job is to make sure your nursing department is as healthy (both financially and procedurally) as your patients are.

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  1. Nursing Home Clinical Nurse Manager

Nursing home health care is a great way to provide multidimensional healthcare that is convenient to the client if they find it difficult to leave home or are immobile. Nursing home nurses help to provide plans that include preventive, therapeutic, and rehabilitative actions.  Nursing home care is intended for clients that are well enough to be discharged home, but still require skilled nursing personnel to assess, initiate and oversee nursing interventions, or if the patient is incapable of living at home alone.  Some aspects to the job include use of medical equipment, therapy, medical services, and other general care of the patient. Along with these duties home nurses must also consult with doctors on the status of the patient and help to determine any changes that may need to take place within the patient’s treatment plan if they have undergone any serious health changes. As a nursing home clinical health manager you with be responsible for both overlooking patient care, scheduling nurses shifts, ensuring nurse compliance with rules and regulations, recruitment of nursing home nurses and other managerial duties.

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  1. Director of nursing

Directors of nursing provide direction to the nursing staff and coordinate health services. As is typical with all nursing jobs, a degree in nursing is requires however in some cases employers will require a masters degree for this role. Directors of nursing are nurse administrators who work at hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities. Their duties include supervising nursing staff and acting as administrative directors, dealing with record keeping and budgeting. Duties in this role include but are not limited to: supervising and reviewing nursing staff, overseeing the department budgets, reporting to high-level staff members, maintaining high standards of care, managing patients’ data and medical records and interacting with doctors, patients and family members.

Although these are the most popular nursing roles advertised with Three Q, they aren’t the only ones. Keep an eye on our listings that we are constantly updating with new job opportunities in the  nursing industry. If you are an employer and are wishing to advertise your job in our listings, please email or phone +353 1878 3335 .   

available through Three Q Recruitment this week is an “MRI Clinical Specialist”.   This is an exciting position.  It  offers the candidate the responsibility to lead, guide and train a team in the area of magnetic resonance imaging.  You will also manage service delivery on a day-to-day basis.  The MRI Clinical Specialist works in a multi-modality fast paced site and will gain exceptional experience from a clinical, governance and management perspective.


For this position, our client, a European leader in Diagnostic Imaging, is looking for the position to be fulfilled by a qualified candidate. With Diagnostic Imaging Centre locations in both North and South Dublin, benefits include state-of-the-art equipment, training and educational assistance support and an excellent opportunity to build experience in different modalities.

Salary is DOE but candidates must fulfil the minimum requirements of: Live CORU Registration, a minimum of three years experience in MRI, excellent communication skills and flexibility and adaptability.

If you meet the requirements and feel like you would be a great addition to our clients team, you can apply by sending your CV to with ‘CA15047′ in the subject line. You can also call Clare at 01 9059333 for further information, or with any queries.  She will be delighted to help you.

With nearly twenty years of experience in supplying temp agency staff and permanent recruitment services in the Health Sector, here at Three Q we are acutely aware of the needs of hiring companies and job seekers in the industry. Our award winning recruitment team in Dublin are lazer focused on finding the right person for the right job.  This means that both job seekers and our clients get a very hands on experience with our industry aware recruiters and HR professionals. 


We always go that extra mile for candidates and clients, with initiatives such as our 24 hour hotline service.  We are committed to delivering the best recruitment practices through our Three Q’s – a Quality service, with Qualified candidates in the Quantity required.   Our awards are a testament to our quality process.

The MRI Clinical Specialist role is just one of the roles that we are recruiting for on an ongoing basis. We strive to deliver the best possible recruitment service to our candidates. If this job isn’t for you, but you are interested in finding similarly great opportunities in other areas, you can find more listings at our recruitment page

Please phone  +353 1 8783335 if you have any queries. Similarly, if you are looking to advertise a position for MRI jobs (or healthcare industry jobs) with us, you can email us at

Life as a Fertility Nurse in Dublin is an exciting area for nurses who love to help both couples and individuals who are facing issues with infertility.  Here at Three Q, we help to match the best candidates with our employers within a huge range of careers including Fertility Nursing. Fertility Nursing is one of these jobs and although it’s a complex one,  we’ve broken down what life working as a fertility nurse in Dublin is like.

An exciting field to work in, fertility nursing is also known as reproductive nursing. The field is evolving to give professionals further control in reproduction and help those in need. As more and more scientific research takes place, and technology is developed the demand for fertility nurses is due to grow even more. 

So what exactly does a Fertility Nurse do?

Fertility nurses are responsible for taking care of the fertility treatment for individuals or couples who wish to become parents. It is the job of the fertility nurses to show empathy for patients while walking patients through each step of the process of the treatment. 

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There are many elements to the work of a fertility nurse. These include helping patients to understand procedures and medical terminology and the possible treatments available to them.   The fertility nurse helps  them to make the choice that is best for each individual case. A fertility nurse is also required to be empathetic to patients and offer them emotional support which is non-judgemental. Day-to-day tasks include scheduling procedures, tests and follow ups. Medical procedures include taking blood for tests, monitoring fertility cycles and helping doctors with ultrasounds. This is followed up by administering In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatments or teaching patients how to administer IVF themselves.   Counselling both the couple and the donor through the fertility treatment and process is an important aspect of the job. Fertility nurses act as the link between the physician and the patients and help with finding egg and sperm donors.

Day to day life as a Fertility Nurse in Dublin

Most fertility nurses start work at around 8am in the morning. This is a busy time as nurses begin to work through the list of patients for the ultrasound and begin taking blood samples and tests. Nurses will try to fit scans to suit the patients’ needs, so those who have work will be scheduled at the beginning of the morning. This scan usually takes around twenty minutes, but longer time is spent with a new patient so that the nurse can make sure they understand their treatment plan. This can be a very emotional time for the patient so it’s the nurses job to counsel and reassure them. If a new patient is to undergo IVF treatment the nurse will chat to them about the injections involved and give them a demonstration. The nurse will then take their bloods and give them a written sheet with details and information about this treatment. Nursing isn’t all just physical work. Generally in between scans a fertility nurse will check her emails from worried patients with queries and give them advice that is suitable to the individual.  Then the nurse will check their online access to test results which will be used in meetings with the embryology team and doctors. At the meeting, blood tests are discussed and if needed changes are made to treatment plans. The afternoon is equally busy for fertility nurses, more patient appointments are booked, lists are made ready for the next day and patients are called to organise egg collections.

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Education and training requirements

If you dream of becoming a fertility nurse, then you with first need to become a licensed registered nurse. Most employers require nurses to have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a college or university and becoming a registered nurse with the NMBI. Although you’ll have gained a wealth of knowledge in your four year degree, you will find that you will learn while working in the field.

Why Dublin?

Fertility Nursing Jobs in Dublin are open to both graduate nurses and experienced nurses. Dublin is an amazing place for fertility nurses who would like to enhance their professional development. In Dublin there are plenty of opportunities for fertility nurses looking for a career which will further their knowledge and skills in the area, and be a part of an exciting, supportive team who are passionate about helping patients with their infertility issues.

Fertility Nursing provides plenty of opportunity and variety for your nursing career. Nurses are in high demand because of their ability to complete many primary care services while also providing empathy and support to their patients.  

Dublin’s health system is modern and efficient with great facilities to work with, particularly in the private system.  Ireland’s Health Service is continuing to grow with its improvement plans, including building new hospitals. This investment and growth in the Irish Health Service will provide new career opportunities for fertility nurses.    There are plenty of job opportunities for fertility nurses in Dublin, especially in the private sector. The city offers fertility nurses a competitive salary scale.  Nurses in Dublin and all around Ireland are highly regarded by their patients and the public and thought of as the backbone of the Irish Health Service.

Contact us for your dream job, of if you are a medical organisation please contact us to help you find the perfect candidate for your team.