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Enjoy Warm Waters And Sandy Beaches Nurse in the Middle East

THIS COULD BE YOU – ENJOYING WARM WATERS AND SANDY BEACHES

 

A beautiful island in the Arabian Gulf with its warm waters and sandy beaches providing you with a holiday destination on your doorstep. You can sail, dolphin watch, fish, scuba dive or kite surf. On land, there are gyms, horse riding stables and sports clubs including rugby, tennis, soccer, cricket, golf and basketball. From North to South, it is forty-eight kilometres long at its widest point in the North, it is sixteen kilometres from East to West. The quality of life was rated among the top 5 in the world by the HSBC expat poll in 2014.

We have a new Cardiac Centre opening in 2018 currently looking to recruit into the following Senior Nursing positions:

Nursing Supervisors:

Masters qualification is essential
Should have at least 5 years Managerial or Supervisory experience in Cardiac Related area.
The Centre is purely a cardiac centre wherein they have cases for Cardiac Cath Lab, very sick Cardiac diseases and for Cardiac Surgery

Infection Control Manager:

5 years’ experience in post, prefer Nursing Degree or Masters.
Should have worked in an Acute Tertiary Hospital, Cardiac related type of setting & JCIA accredited hospital is an advantage.

Quality Control & Risk Manager:

5 years’ experience in post, prefer Nursing Degree or Masters. Quality Degree certificate.
Should have worked in an Acute Tertiary Hospital Quality Dept, Cardiac related type of setting & JCIA accredited hospital is an advantage.

Salary will be in the region of BD1,933/mth equivalent to British Pounds £3,855/Euro €4,310/mth net take home.

Other Benefits will include: 

  • One-year contract renewable
  • Airline tickets are provided at beginning and end of contract
  • Free Furnished Accommodation and utilities provided
  • Free Bus Transportation is provided to and from the hospital for members of staff who do not own a car
  • 40 days leave
  • Medical & dental services provided except for aesthetic reasons

Now that we are facing our winters after a very poor summer how would this life style appeal to you for a year or two?

 

Interested applicants should e-mail an up to date Curriculum Vitae to Geraldine at geraldine.mctigue@ccmrecruitment.com

Happy International Day Of The Girl

In 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution to declare October 11th as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognise girls’ rights and the unique challenges they face globally. The International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the challenges faced and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights.  In short, adolescent girls have the right to a safe, educated, and healthy life, not only in their formative years but also as they mature into women. http://www.un.org/en/events/girlchild/background.shtml

This October 11th, the theme of the International Day of the Girl Child will focus on “EmPOWER girls: Before, during and after conflict”. Somewhere in the world, every 10 minutes a teenage girl dies as a result of violence. During humanitarian emergencies, gender-based violence often increases, subjecting girls to sexual and physical violence, child marriage, exploitation and trafficking. Girls in conflict zones are 90% more likely to be out of school when compared to girls in conflict-free countries.  http://www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/girl-child

The United Nations use October 11th to get people behind the cause of empowering girls worldwide so that they can have better educations, better survival rates, better protection from child marriage and sexual assault and better health services. There is 1.1 billion girls in the world, and the UN fights to help those girls who are disadvantaged and discriminated against on a daily basis. They also want to highlight the struggle facing those living through crises. The day is more than just raising awareness it is also about collecting data about girls who have slipped through the cracks, so a better understanding about how they live and what they need is gained. One of the most vital issues facing young girls worldwide is that of child, an estimated 1 in 3 girls are married before they are 18, 1 in 7 before they are 15. http://metro.co.uk/2017/10/11/what-is-international-day-of-the-girl-and-how-is-it-recognised-6991352/

10 Easy Steps To Understand the Middle East Recruitment Process

10 Easy Steps To Understand the Middle East Recruitment Process OR Working As A Nurse In The Middle East

Deciding to work overseas as a nurse can be exciting time as well as a challenging time. The process of not only find the right job but getting it and getting over there can seem daunting. Trust us, we know how daunting it can look (so much paperwork…) but we also know how straight forward it can be (we’ve been placing nurses overseas in the Middle East for 25+ years, we’ve the process down to a fine art.) So, first things first before I list the how’s, the what’s and the things to do, a checklist of sorts, remember this “The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live. Flora Whittemore”  

Ok, great, so we’ve decided to work overseas as a nurse. YAY!!

Step 1- Submission Of CV and Inquiry of Interest- The first stage is submitting your up to date cv or applying to one of our job postings through the website www.ccmrecruitment.com  or Register Here You can also register your interest, this way you are added to our database and when we have jobs that are suited to you, we’ll get in touch with all the details. Once your cv is received, we’ll send you application forms to be completed. The forms vary by the hospital but won’t take long to complete.

Step 2-Submission of Completed Application Forms- This next step varies in length. The quicker you fill out the forms the quicker we get them and can proceed to the next step, the submission to client. So, our advice once you get them fill them in, if there’s something you’re not sure about drop your recruiter an email or call they’ll be happy to explain.

Step 3-Submission of Application To Client- Yes, you’ve completed the forms, now we can begin to the search for the right job for you. With Clients all over the Middle East, we’ll find the hospital and suited to you. We have recruited thousands of nurses and healthcare professionals to all over the Middle East. Our recruiters are experienced nurses who have worked in the Middle East, they know what it takes to work in the Middle East.

Step 4-Interview with Client (Telephone/Skype)- Congratulations, the Hospital wishes to interview you. This is done either through skype or phone. You can find our hints and tips for a successful telephone or skype interview in job seekers advice section on the website.

Step 5-Approval & Signing of Offer Letter- Congratulations in your new job. Time to celebrate!! Once you’ve finished celebrating its time to get the rest of the paperwork. Don’t worry, it won’t be too bad. (Your processor will send you a list of what is needed) This includes signing your offer letter.

Step 6-Obtain References- Reference details are provided for at least two direct supervisors. We don’t contact your referees until you give us permission.

Step 7-Commencement of Visa Processing & Pre-Employment Medical- Once all your documents have been received, we start applying for your visa. This process may take a couple of weeks. It also at this time you have your pre-employment medical, the requirements for medicals differ from hospital to hospital but your processor will advise you.

Step 8-Visa issued- Your visa has been issued and stamped on your passport; we can now start arranging a date for travel.

Step 9-Notice to your current employer.- It is only after your passport has been stamped that we advise candidates to hand in their notice. Once the notice is handed in we can request a travel date from the client.

Step 10-TRAVEL- Your paperwork is sorted, your visa stamped and flights ready to go. Now all you have to do is step on to the plane and be ready to start your new adventure.

So, there it is, 10 easy step guide to getting a job in the Middle East. Being a nurse means, you can work anywhere you want. It’s a passport to the world, so why not start your journey now.

To stay up to date we update our social media every day so by becoming a fan on Facebook or following our tweets you can make sure that you hear the latest things first. Connect with us to get the latest info, job vacancies, interview and workshop dates.

 

 

 

Nursing Jobs Abu Dhabi-Acute Care, Critical Care And Medical/Surgical

Abu Dhabi Nursing Interviews June 2017 For Acute Care, Critical Care & Medical/Surgical Nurses

 

○ Acute Care ○ Critical Care ○ Medical Surgical

 

Vacancies Abu Dhabi

 

Interviews in Dublin & London June 2017.

Experience a new culture, a new way of life and a new point of view. Fulfil your sense of adventure and take one or two years out to experience life in a foreign land. There are great opportunities for career advancement and education.

Enjoy the Rewarding Experience & Benefits of Nursing Overseas. Discover World Class Experiences & Opportunities For Nurses.

Discover The Exciting Opportunities & Adventure Of Living & Nursing In ABU DHABI.

If you are An Acute Care, critical care or medical/surgical nurse looking for a CHALLENGE or adventure AND WOULD LIKE TO APPLY for this FANTASTIC opportunity to live and work in Abu Dhabi. APPLY HERE.

Nursing Short Term Contracts/Locums Saudi Arabia

Short Term Nursing Contracts Saudi Arabia

 

3 & 6 month Locum positions available for the following specialties:

 

  Oncology| Medical |Surgical | Cardiac ICU |Radiology Nurse |Paediatrics

 

Benefits include:

  • Excellent salary paid tax free monthly —SR 21,150  = €5,250  / £4,400 approx
  • FREE Flights
  • FREE Accommodation
  • All utility bills paid for

 

Suitable candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • 2 years post-grad acute hospital experience in one of the named specialties
  • Available to travel as soon as possible
  • At least 6 month validity on passport

**For more information:

Email Roisin roisin@ccmrecruitment.com

Emma at emma@ccmrecruitment.com

OR Call 00353 18366092 UK Freephone 0800 279 6149

Easter & Easter Eggs- Did you know?

While the exact origins of the word Easter name are unknown, some sources claim the word Easter is derived from Eostre, a Germanic goddess of spring and fertility. http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/history-of-easter.Eostre’s, symbols were the hare and egg. Easter GreetingsShe was celebrated around the spring equinox. As Christianity spread throughout Europe, missionaries merged the festival of Eostre and the celebration of Jesus’s resurrection, as they did with many other pagan festivals and traditions…so Easter was born.

The image of the rabbit was changed into Oschter Haws by the Germans. Oschter Haws was a rabbit who would lay a nest of coloured eggs for good children on the night before Easter. In the 1700s German emigrants to American brought the legend with them, they are also responsible for the chocolate rabbit as they would make Oshter Haws pastries. As the legend and popularity of Oshter Haws spread, he soon became the Easter Bunny. http://www.irishwhiskeymuseum.ie/news/origins-easter-bunny/

The Fabergé eggs are likely the most famous decorative eggs, made in 1885 to 1917 by the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé for Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II. The Eggs were  given Easter gifts. They commissioned roughly 50 eggs in that time, with 43 still surviving. An additional two Faberge eggs were planned for Easter 1918 but delivery was prevented by the Russian Revolution.

In 1847, chocolate maker and inventor Joseph Fry discovered he could create a chocolate paste that was mouldable by mixing cocoa powder, sugar and melted cocoa butter. http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/food-and-drink/easter-treats-the-history-behind-your-chocolate-eggs-1.2584588  Fry produced the UK’s first chocolate Easter egg in 1873. http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/easter-2017-why-eggs-celebrate-6997696?service=responsive

Did You Know?

  1. In America, over 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are made each year!! http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/history-of-easter
  2. Decorated ostrich eggs, estimated to be up to 5,000 years old, were found in the tombs of ancient Sumerians and Egyptians http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/food-and-drink/easter-treats-the-history-behind-your-chocolate-eggs-1.2584588
  3. Easter is the second best-selling candy holiday in America, after Halloween http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/easter-symbols

CCM Webinar-Nursing In London

Nurses love london

Nursing In London

In this free webinar, experts: Raquel and Sarah, will discuss all theexciting benefits of living and working in London including FREE accommodation for the first three months, financial assistance with UK Nursing Registration and welcome pack to London.

This event is the perfect opportunity to learn more about nursing in London before Hospital Representatives visit Australia and New Zealand next month. During their visit, the large private hospital network will be holding presentations and interviews for successful nurses.

Working with CCM Recruitment International, we offer assistance to create the prefect CV, provide interview preparation and will support you through the UK Nursing Registration process.

To learn more about taking you nursing career to London with current opportunities, watch our webinar.

The Globalisation Of St. Patrick

St Patrick Blog Image Beach

 

Both home and abroad, St Patricks Day celebrations have grown in stature and now with Irish bars, Community Groups and GAA Club meeting places common in so many world cities and towns, one might say that St Patricks Day has been truly globalised.  At home, these celebrations have extended to a four day festival, whilst Irish workers abroad, distant relatives, friends and colleagues are creating new and bigger events year on year.

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On March 17th last year, the family and I travelled to the north Dublin coastal town of Skerries.  And what better place to be on this day than where according to folklore, the man himself and former slave of pirates, returned to Ireland as a missionary.   St Patrick Image 2

We began our walk on Red Island, which is now connected to the mainland and very much a peninsula, albeit by name.  From the 19th Century built Martello tower, we followed the trail down to the rocks where legend has it, St Patrick’s first step and footprint can still be seen.

Taking turns to place three fingers (symbolising the shamrock and the Christian Holy Trinity) into the water of the imprint, we made our secret wishes as tradition dictates.  Moving on we strolled down the coastline, coming back around to where the town begins to the south.

Timing our walk well, we found a great vantage point on the side of the main street for the imminent St Patrick Day Parade to follow, with time to top on refreshments and a few bags of vinegary chips to share.

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Having lived and worked abroad I was often taken aback by the levels of participation in these festivities, not of Irish workers and students, but more that of other nationalities and their embracing of the day.  But it seems to me to be deeper than any one desire to be “Irish for a day” and rather a reflection of some tribal and ritual human instinct to celebrate as a whole and be thankful for our relationships and friends.  So maybe it can be said in these times, that St Patricks Day represents not just a celebration of being Irish, but very much a global celebration of Ireland, the appreciation of tradition, of shared values and a coming together of all.

Whether in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Doha, Riyadh, London, Melbourne or other, the global recognition of St Patricks Day will bring together country-folk, friends, colleagues and new faces from around the world.  So where will you be celebrating this year?

And while considering your future, where would you like to be when you celebrate next year?

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Nurse/Midwife & Allied Health Open Day Ireland & UK

 

Open Days 2017 Uk & Ireland Dates

CCM recruitment are on the road again!

We will be hosting open days throughout Ireland and the UK over the month of March 2017.

If you are a nurse/midwife or allied health care professional and are ready for a change or a chance to see the world while enhancing and developing your career in some of the most prestigious hospitals around the globe, then come along to our open days to find out more about the opportunities that CCM can offer you.

Our Recruitment Consultants, Roisin & Emma, are Nurses themselves with experience living and working overseas in the Middle East, The UK and Australia so will be happy to chat about their experiences abroad.

To book a place at an open day near you email

Roisin: roisin@ccmrecruitment.com

Emma: emma@ccmrecruitment.com 

Here are the open day times:

  • Dublin 4pm – 9pm
  • Cork 4pm-9pm
  • Belfast 4pm-9pm
  • Galway 4pm-9pm
  • London 11am-6pm
  • Manchester 1-5pm
  • Glasgow 2-8pm

Paediatric Nurse & Allied Health Vacancies, Dubai

Paediatric  Nurse & Allied Health Vacancies Dubai

 

New Paediatric Hospital in Dubai now open! Interviews taking place in Dublin & London mid-April 2017 

The international travel hub of Dubai is the perfect location with bustling entertainment districts, endless shopping malls and a welcoming expat community to make lifelong friends. The new state of the art, 200 bed hospital caters for all medical, surgical and outpatient needs including a 45 bed intensive care unit and 8 operating theatres. All paediatric and neonatal nurses with a minimum two years experience are encouraged to apply.

Vacancies for :

  • Ward Managers
  • Paeds co-ordinators
  • Charge Nurses
  • Senior staff Nurses
  • Staff Nurses with 2 years exp.

ALLIED HEALTH POSITIONS INCLUDE:

  • Dietitian
  • Rehabilitation Team Leader
  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Speech and Language Therapist
  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Rehab Technician
  • Pharmacy Manager
  • Senior Pharmacist/Shift Supervisor
  • Clinical Pharmacist
  • Pharmacist

Benefits

  • Paid tax free salary according to exp
  • Generous housing allowance
  • Flights
  • Fab lifestyle in Dubai!

To apply, please email your most up to date cv to Geraldine at geraldine.mctigue@ccmrecruitment.com 

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