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Ireland FAQ

  • What is the standard working week in Ireland?

    The working week in Ireland is normally 39 hours in the health sector. Minimum annual leave is 4 working weeks per year, however, many employers give a few days more than this. There are 9 public holidays per year.

  • What is income tax rate in Ireland?

    The tax system in Ireland is rather complicated, as each person is assessed individually. You are allowed a (can be up to €1,000 depending on your salary) tax-free allowance every month, and then taxed on anything you earn over this amount. Social insurance will be deducted from your salary. This covers your salary if you are off sick, and entitles you to free medical care if you need to be hospitalised.

  • What will my salary be?

    Adaptation period nurses are paid a Student Nurse 111 Salary of €20,458/Annum. Staff Nurse salary (Year 1) starts at €25,798 depending on years of experience the salary scale climbs to up to €37,668.

    This applies between 1 - 10 years experience

    For further information on salaries please view attached
    http://www.ino.ie/view_categories.php?cat_id=35&doc_id=3625&sCat=35

  • Is accommodation easy to find & how much would I expect to pay?

    Accommodation is reasonably priced in comparison to other European cities. It is less expensive if you move away from the city centre. If you are prepared to share with a group it is considerably less expensive. On average, weekly rent is approx. 100 Euros. We will offer lots of advice. Accommodation will be arranged for you before you arrive in Ireland. This will only be temporary accommodation and it will be necessary to seek your own accommodation within 2 - 4 weeks. To find your own accommodation the best sources are through your local newspaper, friends or work colleagues or property management centres/local auctioneers. Check out www.daft.ie which is excellent.

  • What public transport is available in Ireland?

    Ireland is covered by a rail network run by Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail), a Bus service to all major towns and cities run by Bús Éireann (Irish Bus) and all major cities have their own urban bus service.

    Rail
    For information on all train services call 01 836 6222
    www.irishrail.ie

    Bus
    For information on all Bus services call 01 836 6111
    www.buseireann.ie

    Dublin Bus
    www.dublinbus.ie

    Dart
    Dublin has no underground rail system, however, there is an urban train that runs around Dublin bay from Bray to Howth known as the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) This is a very pleasant new electric rail system, which runs every 10 – 30 minutes. The Southern part of the line from Tara St Station to Killiney runs along the sea front and tourist and locals alike take a ride to enjoy the scenery.
    For information on the DART services call 01 836 6222
    www.irishrail.ie

    Taxis
    Dublin and all major towns and cities in Ireland are covered by a taxi service, however, there can be long queues outside night clubs and bars in the early hours of the morning. Otherwise it is relatively easy to get a taxi.All areas in Dublin are served by Dublin Bus. These are Single and Double Decker buses. They normally run from 0630 to 0030, times vary depending on the route. After these hours there is a restricted Night Bus Service. Bus Services are restricted on a Sunday mornings and Bank Holidays. A timetable can be bought in most Newsagents. There is a route timetable at all major bus stops. The minimum fare at present is. €0.85 If using the bus frequently monthly and other season tickets can save money.The main bus Station in Dublin is Bus Arás Buses to all areas of the country depart from here. You can also get bus service to Britain from here. (Bus goes on the overnight ferry to Wales), this is a very cheap way of getting to England.Trains to all areas of the country including Northern Ireland depart Dublin from two main stations: Huston Station :- trains to the West and South West

    For information on Dublin Bus services call 01 873 4222Connolly Station:- trains to North and South East (including Belfast).

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