Currently recruiting Nurses in the following specialities
Guernsey is located approximately 100 miles Southeast of England and you can see France on a clear day. Guernsey is 24 square miles so there is NO RUSH Hour. Transportation is either by, bus, bike or car. The beach is everywhere and restaurants are a way of life. Beautiful and tranquil! Think British with a French flair. Guernsey offers a wonderful life style in which to live and work as a nurse.
- Enjoy the laid back lifestyle, surrounded by picturesque beaches.
- Competitive salaries for nurses bands 5 to 8
- Low tax (tax rate of 20%)
- Assistance with flight over
- Subsidized accommodation
- Specialty bonuses (applicable to certain specialties only: £3000after 2 years and a further £3000 after a further 2 years)
- A payment of £1,097 will be paid every February to all full-time staff who have been in the post for 12 months as at 31st January. Pro-rata payments will be made to those with less than 12 months service and those working part-time.
For More Information about these positions or to book your interview place, email your most up to date cv to Emma at email@example.com
Nurses, Midwives & Allied Health
CCM Australia & New Zealand Road Trip
CCM Recruitment are headed on the road, hitting all their favourite cities to spread the word about the latest employment opportunities from around the world.
Along the way we would love to meet registered nurses, midwives and allied health professionals for informal chats. Come and ask us about our experiences, current vacancies, relocating overseas and how to apply.
Bring a friend or meet new people with similar interests to you.
Explore your career options and see where CCM can take you.
To find out when we will be visiting your city, and register your interest please contact us today.
AUS Free Call: 1800 818 844
Keep up to date with our trip details on Facebook
CCM Recruitment will be holding an Open Day in Dublin City in our offices on Wednesday 14th & Thursday 15th September. The aim of this open day is to meet with Nurses who are interested in getting more information on the fantastic opportunities we have available to them in the Middle East, Ireland, UK & the Channel Islands.
Our Recruitment Consultants have first hand experience of living and working overseas as a nurse.
Roisin, has with experience living and working overseas in the Middle East, The UK and Australia so will be happy to chat about her experiences abroad.
Breda, is a nurse who has worked previously as a Registered General Nurse in Saudi Arabia for four years, and in the USA, UK and Ireland in an acute hospital setting I have first-hand knowledge of what it is like to live and work overseas.
Emma, has lived and worked in Australia as a nurse for a number of years.
If you would like to attend, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can add you to the schedule OR Call us 00353 1 8366092 today.
As a child I spent a few stints in hospital and despite feeling ill or in pain, I followed the Nurses on their rounds, fascinated by the Pumps, Needles (I know…born to be a Nurse right??!!) and everything else going on around me.
The other thing I’ve always known is that I wanted to travel!
…………and travel I did!!!
Nursing may be one of the best professions in the world to travel with and I can definitely attest to that. I have worked as a Nurse in Australia, Scotland, Ireland, England, Portugal, Abu Dhabi and of course…Saudi Arabia.
Saudi was on my radar for a very long time, maybe even before I started my Nurse training. As luck would have it, one of my managers had spent quite a few years working as a Nurse in Saudi and was able to give me a great insight into life in Saudi before I decided to take the plunge.
A quick phone call to CCM Recruitment and 3 months later I was on a flight to the Magic Kingdom of Saudi Arabia!
So Why Saudi?
Saudi intrigued me! The Arabian Peninsula holds a sort of mystery and excitement like no place else and I wanted to explore it! (Salary paid tax free also has a nice ring to it, let’s be honest!)
And Why choose King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre?
I attended a workshop at CCM Recruitment’s office in Dublin and the presentation given by the Director of Recruitment from the King Faisal bowled me over. KFSHRC is a tertiary medical and research facility in the capital city if Riyadh. It is the national referral centre for Oncology, Organ Transplantation, Cardiovascular Disease and Genetic Diseases.
During my interview I was offered the opportunity for further training and development in a new specialty, Paediatrics, due to my previous experience working with children with complex care needs.
The benefits package offered along with the additional training was just too good to turn down. My decision to accept was a “No Brainer”
So what’s it really like to work there?
Working in Saudi is so different to anywhere I’ve ever worked. I worked alongside people from over 50 different countries. One of my favourite things that we used to do on the ward was pot luck dinners to welcome new staff or for Masalamas (going away parties). Everyone would bring a meal and usually there would be a vast array of Pancit from the Philippines, Curry from India, Irish stew from Ireland (that was my dish) to name just a few.
Workwise, the basic nursing principles are the same. However, the model used is based on the American system so accreditation with JCI and Magnet are a major focus. I got some great experience working on the Unit Based Council monitoring KPIs and Quality initiatives.
Orientation is in depth and incorporates everything from IT systems to up skilling in the High Tech Simulation Lab. You are mentored until you have completed all competencies and are comfortable with taking your own patient load.
Nurse: Patient ratio is 1:3 on days and 1:4 on nights. A BIG difference to the workload I was used to at home!
What about the language barrier?
You don’t have to speak Arabic to work at the King Faisal. It is an English speaking hospital which means all notes, medications, signs etc. are in English and all Medical Personnel communicate through English. If a patient or a relative doesn’t speak English there is always someone around to help translate. I picked up quite a bit of Arabic during my two years there and could happily hold a conversation in basic Arabic. Just another string to add to my bow!
What challenges did you face?
The Saudi culture is very different to my own so I had to learn a lot about their beliefs and customs. A little education goes a long way and spending a little time learning about their culture helped me to be more patient and understanding in my daily practice and life.
Not being allowed to drive was initially a minor inconvenience but the hospital provide an excellent taxi service for its employees and once I had established a good rapport with one of the drivers, I could rely him to collect me at any time of the day or night so I was never stuck.
So what about a social life?
I could honestly say I had a better social life in Saudi than I do now back here in Ireland. Life in Saudi is what you make it and I made the most of every opportunity to get out and about and meet people from every walk of life.
I played Gaelic Football, attended events at embassies and other compounds, went for spectacular walks through the desert, spent time by the pool on my days off, hit a few balls at the driving range around the corner from the hospital and with 54 days annual leave every year, I globe trotted to my heart’s content!
There are some fantastic restaurants in Riyadh with a choice of any type of cuisine you fancy. Arabic, Lebanese, Turkish, Chinese, Thai, Indian, Sushi, American plus there is even a Chocolate Café that does the most amazing CHOCOLATE PIZZA!!!
Do you have to cover your face?
This is a major misconception people have of Saudi Arabia. Ex-pat women do not have to cover their faces. When you go out to the malls or wherever, you are expected to wear an Abaya (long black dress like garment) and I always carried a scarf in my bag in case I was asked to cover my hair (which happened very rarely). I was in their country after all so it was important to respect their culture.
Let’s clear up a few other misconceptions while we’re at it:
- Yes ex-pat women can go out alone
- No you don’t need a male chaperone
- Yes you can keep your passport (except when your visa is being renewed which takes 3-5 days)
What ways has living and working in Saudi Arabia enriched your life?
- I made some great friends that I’ll have for life
- I gained professional experience that has opened doors for me in ways that I never thought possible
- I got to travel to exotic destinations such as the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Petra…………..
- Living and working with so many different nationalities was a fantastic experience
- The amazing memories and stories!
What are the top 5 highlights of your time in Saudi?
- Playing Football with Naomh Alee GAA Club
- Travelling to the Farzan Islands off the coast of Saudi Arabia
- Snorkelling in the Red Sea off the coast of Jeddah
- Hiking through the Red Sands
- Saudi Breakfast on a Friday morning at work with our Saudi colleagues
Moving to Saudi Arabia was one of the best things I have ever done in my life. I made some great memories with some amazing people. Both my personal and professional life have taken a turn for the better as a result of working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
It truly is the “Magic Kingdom”
If you are a nurse and the thought of sampling the exotic delights of the Saudi Arabia is something, which interests you submit your cv today. If career progression, travel opportunities, or earning some extra cash is top of your agenda, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre can offer all of this and MORE. Take the first step into this exciting adventure today and submit your cv today visit http://www.ccmrecruitment.com or find us on Facebook
The King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre provides the highest level of specialized healthcare in an integrated educational and research setting. It is a state-of-the-art Magnet and Joint Commission International Accredited (JCIA) tertiary care medical research and academic facility located in Saudi Arabia. KFSHRC, Riyadh is a 936 bed tertiary care facility with an additional 360 beds onsite at the brand new state of the art King Abdullah Center for Cancer and Liver Disease.
KFSH&RC provides advanced education and training to health care professionals in a multi-disciplinary academic environment and endeavors to bring forward the ﬁnest in Hospital leadership and staff through dynamic educational programs.
Follow your passion in Nursing, while taking advantage of professional development opportunities with this leading hospital. Sign-up for 1 or 2 years however and you can easily attain that deposit for your first house. Already a highly experienced Nurse, Sister, Manager, with your own home? How about paying off that mortgage within 2 years?
- Salaries (paid tax-free)
- Accommodation Provided
- Free Utilities
- 54-Days Annual Leave
- Vacation Flights
- Sign On Bonus
- End of Service Bonus
- Fantastic Facilities for Staff (Gym, Swimming Pool, etc)
- Extensive Orientation for New Staff
- Excellent Training & Education Opportunities
- Free Uniforms
- Free Healthcare
- A Vibrant Expatriate Social Life
Interview And Presentation Taking Place In November In Dublin & London
For more information Email your CV to Geraldine at email@example.com OR Call: 00353 1 8366092 or UK Freephone 08002796149
Whether it’s career progression, travel opportunities or to earn some extra cash that is top of your agenda, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre can offer all of this and MORE.
Take the first step into this exciting adventure today and submit your cv today. Fulfill your sense of adventure and take one or two years (or more) out to experience life in a foreign land. Excellent opportunities for career advancement and further education
Come meet us in Melbourne
Rydges on Swanston
CCM Recruitment International will be attending the Critical Care Collaborative 2016 hosted by the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses.
Come and talk to us during the event to discuss employment opportunities in critical and intensive care overseas.
We have vacancies in a range of hospitals in the Middle East, including the new state of the art hospital – Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. All hospitals are internationally accredited and are looking to hire nurses from Australia and New Zealand. In addition to being part of an international team, benefits will include; accommodation, transportation allowance, health insurance, travel allowance and a generous annual leave package. The Middle East also offers great travel opportunities and social lifestyle.
We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne to discuss your world of options. Contact us prior to the event for more information by email or phone; Dawn firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah email@example.com
AUS Free Call 1800 818 844 or NZ Free Call 0800 700 839
Please note that our clients will only allocate us visas for applicants from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Canada. Work visas are issued on the basis of our Recruitment Agency locations. If you do not hold a passport from one of these regions we regret that we cannot process your application.
GAA World Games 2016
The GAA World Games is a competition that recognises the expansion of Gaelic games across the globe. Over the past 10 years, there has been almost a 100% growth in the number of GAA clubs located and operating outside of Ireland. There is now more than 400 clubs in existence.The Etihad Airways GAA World Games is a chance to bring these clubs together to celebrate their passion for the games. http://www.gaa.ie/worldgames/about
GAA World Games 2016, Dublin 7th-14th August
For this year’s games, more than 1,700 Gaelic footballers, hurlers, and camogie players from 10 different regions around the world are bringing Gaelic games home to Ireland. 87 teams from 20 countries will travel to Dublin for the week –long festival of Gaelic Games, with the finals taking place in Croke Park.
Teams from as far away as Australia, South Africa and Argentina will be represented, in addition to teams from China, Canada, the Middle East, the US, Europe and Britain. A Grand opening Ceremony will take place at Croke Park before the All Ireland Senior Hurling Semi-Final on August 7th. More than 500 games will be played over the course of the weeklong festival.
The scale of the 2016 Etihad Airways GAA World Games represents a tripling in size of the inaugural GAA World Games hosted by Etihad Airways, in Abu Dhabi last summer. A main feature of the 2016 World Games event will be the growing number of new GAA clubs made up of non-native Irish people who have discovered Gaelic games and have made it the sport of their choice. http://www.gaa.ie/news/gaelic-games-are-coming-home-2016/
CCM Recruitment is a proud sponsor of Abu Dhabi Na Fianna GAA Team, who are taking part in the GAA World Games 2016. It is one of the fastest growing clubs in the Middle East region. Na Fianna caters for Men’s and Ladies’ football but in recent years it has sent up Na Fianna Óige, a youth team which has grown from strength to strength. With the introduction of the Middle East Hurling League in 2014/2015, this saw the reintroduction of Hurling into the club and the club managed to field 2 teams in its inaugural year. Last year also saw the start of camogie training and as well as taking part in games during tournaments, the club also hosted the neighbouring Dubai Celts in a very successful blitz last year. http://www.adnafianna.com/#!our-club/c1z79
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is now hiring
Intensive Care Nurses
Perth and Sydney interviews 20th-22nd of October
Come and meet the team
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi (CCAD) representatives will be attending the ANZICS ACCCN Annual Scientific Meeting at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Concurrent to the conference, CCAD will be holding interviews on the 20th – 22nd of October in Perth. Further face to face interview opportunities are also available in Sydney. Come and meet the team during their visit.
Skype interviews can be arranged for nurses located in Australia and New Zealand unable to attend in person.
CCAD, part of Mubadala’s network of world-class healthcare facilities, is a multispecialty hospital on Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi, UAE. CCAD is a unique and unparalleled extension of US-based Cleveland Clinic’s model of care, specifically designed to address a range of complex and critical care requirements unique to the Abu Dhabi population.
The intensive care unit is an exciting and challenging environment at CCAD, offering world class innovative experiences and opportunities for nurses. You will be challenged with high acuity critical patients, work with a world class team and receive support to provide patient centered care.While patients are complex, CCAD will support your professional growth and offer mentorship.
Benefits of CCAD employment
In addition to being part of an international clinical team, successful applicants will receive accommodation, a transportation allowance, health insurance, monthly travel allowances and a generous annual leave package. Living in Abu Dhabi also provides great opportunities to experience a unique culture and travel.
Contact CCM Recruitment International
CCM Recruitment International offers personalised application assistance and guidance for all candidates wishing to apply. For more details or to register for interviews today contact the team via email or phone
AUS Free Call 1800 818 844 or NZ Free Call 0800 700 839
We look forward to hearing from you soon
Please note that our clients will only allocate us visas for applicants from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Canada. Work visas are issued on the basis of our Recruitment Agency locations.
If you do not hold a passport from one of these regions we regret that cannot process your application.
Nursing in Dublin
Staff Nurses & Nurse Managers Opportunities
Dual Qualified – Paeds
CNM2 – Urgent Cardiac Care Unit
Clinical Nurse Specialist – Cardiology
HSE Salary Scale in-line with years of experience while benefits include:
- €2000 relocation fee
- Nursing Registration fees paid for by the hospital
- Pension scheme
- Critical illness cover
- VHI and Laya discount scheme
- Discounted inpatient and outpatient treatment rates
- Sick leave scheme
- Flexible working hours
- Financial support for career training & development
- Staff Care Services programme
- Career break scheme
- Discount pharmacy rates
- Subsidised restaurant
- Credit union scheme
- Sports and Social Club
Experience and requirements:
- Nursing Diploma or Degree
- Eligible for registration with NMBI( Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland)
- Minimum of 1.5 years’ experience in acute hospital
Applications from nurses with 2-4 years’ experience gained from JCI Accredited hospitals will also be considered.
To apply contact firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 01 8366092 or UK Freephone 0800279614
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
and rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand
St Patrick the patron saint of Ireland, the subject of legends; famous for driving the snakes out of Ireland, which is thought to be symbolic of the ending of pagan worship in Ireland.
Saint Patrick’s Day is associated with everything Irish: anything green, white and gold, from shamrocks to pots of gold. For those who celebrate its intended religious meaning, St. Patrick’s Day is traditionally a spiritual day, a day of renewal. Since the holiday began in Ireland and as the Irish spread out around the world, they took with them their history, their culture, and celebrations. The biggest observance of all is, of course, in Ireland. With the exception of restaurants and pubs, almost all businesses close on March 17th. All over the world big cities and small towns alike celebrate with parades, “wearing of the green,” music and songs, Irish food and drink, and activities for kids such as crafts, colouring and games. Some communities even go so far as to dye rivers or streams green!
People throughout Ireland from the banks of the Liffey to the Hills of Donegal, to the distant shores or the faraway lands where many have gone to find their fortune both past and present, hold parades and festivals that celebrate the Irish culture. Local musicians perform during the parades, from street corners to barstools. St. Patrick’s Day festivals illustrate an atmosphere of the famous Irish welcome and warmth; bringing a little piece of the Motherland to the millions of Irish emigrants and diaspora who find themselves thinking of home.
They say everyone who appreciates Ireland and the Irish becomes an Honorary Irishman on 17th March with this in mind, the Staff and Management of CCM Recruitment International (a 100% Irish company) are taking this opportunity to wish you, Very Happy Patricks Day as you to join with us in celebrating our National Holiday.