Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is now hiring Critical Care Nurses
Interviews on the 20th-22nd of October
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 centred care. While patients are complex, CCAD will support your professional growth and offer mentorship.
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. Please bring an updated CV if you are interested in job opportunities at CCAD. Skype interviews are also available for nurses located in other cities in Australia and New Zealand. Please contact CCM for more information.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi (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.
In addition to being part of an international clinical team, successful applicants will receive accommodation, a transportation allowance, health insurance, annual travel allowance to their home country and a generous annual leave package.
To apply, please email: Dawn at firstname.lastname@example.org or Raquel at email@example.com or by phone at Free Phone AUS: 1800 818 844, Free Phone NZ: 0800 700 839
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.
International Women’s Day held on March 8th is a day globally celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. International Women’s Day originally called International Working Women’s Day; has been celebrated since the early 1900, a period of great change in the industrialised world with booming population growth and increase in radical ideologies. The earliest known observance of Women’s day was in 1908 in New York where 15,000 marched through the streets demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights. In 1910 in Copenhagen at a conference of more than 100 women from 17 countries proposed that every year in every country there should be a celebration on the same day, an International Women’s day. Following the unanimous agreement , in 1911 International Women’s Day was honoured in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland for the first time. (http://www.internationalwomensday.com/About)
In 1975, International Women’s Day was celebrated by the United Nations for the first time. In December of 1977, the General Assembly invited member nations to proclaim March 8th as the United Nations as the UN Day for Women’s Rights and world peace. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Women%27s_Day)
In 1996, the UN started the practice of an annual them centred in and around Women. In early, 2000 and the years following International Women’s Day fell out of favour and stalled in many countries, it was revived in 2011 and has continued to gain recognition and grow again in strength. (http://www.internationalwomensday.com/About)
Did You Know?
- On March 8th 1914, Sylvia Pankhurst was arrested in front of Charing Cross Station as she made her way to speak in Trafalgar Square, to those who took part in a march in support of Women’s Suffrage.
- In 1917, women in Russia began a strike for “bread and peace” in reaction to the deaths of over 2 million Russian soldiers who died in WWI, opposed by political leaders, the women continued to strike for four days until the Czar was forced to abdicate and the provisional government granted the women to right to vote. The strike commenced on 23rd February in the Julian Calendar which was in use in Russia at the time, but fell on the 8th March in the Gregorian Calendar.
- In 2001, the global internationalwomensday.com was launched in effort to reenergise interest in the day as a celebration of the successful achievements of women.
It takes 365 days for the earth to orbit the sun, which makes up a year, right? Nope, sorry, it takes 365.2422 days for a complete orbit of the earth around the sun but the Gregorian calendars only count 365 days. It was Julius Caesar’s astronomer Sosigenes who came up with the 365-day year with an extra day every four years to accommodate the extra hours not counted and it’s from this the Gregorian Calendar evolved. (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12177017/Leap-Year-2016-Why-does-February-have-29-days-every-four-years.html)
To correct the difference between the solar system and the Gregorian calendar February gets an extra day every four years. This ensures that our clocks and the seasons are in harmony with the earth.(http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12177017/Leap-Year-2016-Why-does-February-have-29-days-every-four-years.html) If we didn’t make the correction, eventually our seasons would be out of whack and jumping around the calendar, in fact in 750 years’ time June would be found in the middle of winter.(http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/google-doodleleap-day-2016-what-is-a-leap-year-and-why-do-we-have-them-a6897486.html)
So once every four years there’s an extra day, simple. Right? No, it’s slightly more complicated, technically a leap year isn’t every four years, for example the year 2000 was a leap year but 1700, 1800 and 1900 were not. Normally there is a leap year for every year that you can divide by four, but if that year can be divided by 100 but not exactly by 400 than it’s not. This is because adding an extra day to the calendar every four years, actually over corrects the difference since the earth year is not exactly 365.25 days long, so every 400 years, three leap years are removed. This solution was thought up by Pope Gregory XIII’s astronomers when they introduced the Gregorian Calendar in 1582. (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12177017/Leap-Year-2016-Why-does-February-have-29-days-every-four-years.html)
Okay, that explains why we have a leap year but why is it in February?
This goes back to the Romans and their calendars. All other months in the Julian calendar have 30 or 31 days except February. Under Julius Caesar, February had 30 days and July the month named after him had 31, August had only 29 days. This didn’t suit his successor Caesar Augustus, who because of pride wanted his month to have the same number of days as Julius Caesar’s, so he took two days from February and added them to August so it would have 31 days as well because of this the extra day in the calendar every four years is added to February. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12177017/Leap-Year-2016-Why-does-February-have-29-days-every-four-years.html)
Did you know?
- The chances of having a birthday on a leap day are extremely slim. The odds are on 1 in 1,461!
- People who are born on Feb 29th are often referred to as “leaplings” or “leapers”. There is only roughly 4.1 million people around the world who have been born on the 29th.
- There is a Leap Year Capital- the town of Anthony in the US holds a Leap Year Festival every four years and is the self-proclaimed Leap year Capital http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/12177017/Leap-Year-2016-Why-does-February-have-29-days-every-four-years.html)
- Women can propose to men in leap year- one theory for this is St. Bridget complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait too long for their suitors to propose, so St Patrick then supposedly gave women the chance to ask every four years.( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leap_year )
OPPORTUNITIES IN IRELAND
A representative from Bon Secours Hospital is coming to Australia to interview RN’s interested to work in Ireland – BOOK TODAY!
Bon Secours is the largest independent hospital group in Ireland with over 2,500 staff including 350 leading consultants. We treat more than 200,000 patients annually. Bon Secours has four technologically advanced hospitals located in Cork, Dublin, Galway and Tralee together with a Consultation Centre in Limerick and a Care Village in Cork.
Dublin is one of world’s top cities with a vibrant mix of culture, history, great people and a thriving economy. Full of charm and hospitality, the city is complimented with a multi-cultural population and is one of the fastest growing economies in Europe. Dublin is the city of choice for business, career, work and pleasure. Qualified and registered Nurses are in demand…
STAFF NURSE VACANCIES INCLUDE
Medical / Surgical
BENEFITS FOR OVERSEAS NURSES
- €2000 relocation package, paid over a year
- Reimbursement Of Flights At Start Of Contract
- Paid NMBI / Nursing Registration
- Paid accommodation during adaption, if required
- Paid Work permits, if required
- HSE Salary Scale in-line with years of experience
- 24-27 Days’ vacation + Public Holidays
EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS
- Nursing Diploma or Degree
- Eligible for registration with NMBI (Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland)
- Minimum of 1.5 years’ experience
- Applications from nurses with experience from JCI Accredited hospitals will also be considered.
Contact: Dawn: email@example.com or Raquel: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Phone AUS: 1800 818 844 Free Phone NZ: 0800 700 839 or +61 2 9328 1218
Ministry of National Guard-Health Affairs | King Abdulaziz Medical City
NEW YEAR – NEW DIRECTION for Staff Nurses – All Specialties
KAMC is considered a flagship facility in the Middle East, providing primary and tertiary healthcare services to their patients. This group comprises four major Hospitals (Central, Eastern & Western Saudi Arabia) – the facilities in Riyadh, Jeddah, Al Ahsa and Damman have a combined total of 2,014 beds – and operate to American Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) standards. There are also sixty primary and secondary healthcare centres around the Kingdom. The National Guard Health System provides optimum healthcare to their personnel, dependent, other eligible patients and private / VIP patients.
Interviews being held in Dublin and London MARCH 2016
Dublin March 7th
London March 16th
Middle East Opportunities – Rewarding Experience, Salary Paid Tax-Free with Numerous Benefits. Come Home Richer – In all Senses
- Generous salaries paid tax-free
- Free Mobilization and De-Mobilization Flights to and from Point of Origin
- Baggage Allowance
- Fully Furnished Accommodation with Free Utilities – high standard of housing with recreation facilities for its employees. International employees are housed in villas, apartments and housing units.
- Up to 51 Days paid vacation
- Annual return air tickets to your point of hire (or other holiday venue) per year
- Mid-year flight ticket (for specific areas only)
- Vacation Tickets
- Saudi Service Award (On Completion of Contract)
- Free Medical Care and Emergency Dental Care
- Bus Transportation To & From Work
- Comprehensive Orientation
- Professional Development Opportunities
Nurse Managers, Nurse Coordinators, Staff Nurses for
- ADULT-Haematology/Oncology, Adult Infusion Centre, Transplant/Day Treatment Clinic, Infection Control, ICU, Cardiac, Endoscopy, OR, PACU, ER, Medical Imaging, Stoma Therapy, Pain Management, Diabetes Clinic, Nursing Informatics, Transport Services, CSSD/TSSU, Code Response Program, Adult & Paediatric Tracheostomy Service.
- PAEDIATRICS– General, HDU, Oncology, PICU, NICU, Paediatric Clinics
Work Visas for UK/Irish/Australian passport holders only with min 2 years post grad experience.
Book Your Place Today for Up-Coming Workshops & Interviews
Dublin March 7th – London March 16th
Emma Kearns Emma@ccmrecruitment.com
Conor Fitzgerald email@example.com
+353 (0)1 836 6092
UK Freephone 0800 279 6149
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi Interviews for Nurses & Allied Health Professionals Australia & New Zealand
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi – Info Days & Interviews for Nurses & Allied Health Professionals
- MELBOURNE 5th & 6th April
- BRISBANE 8th April
- SYDNEY 10th & 11th April
PLUS New Zealand – BOOK TODAY!
Has working in a World Class Hospital like Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi in the UAE ever tweaked your interest?
We have Representatives coming from Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi to Australia on the 5th to 11th of April and they want to meet you! SKYPE interviews will be arranged for candidates applying from New Zealand if you are unable to travel to Australia to attend. There will be a Team here conducting information days and interviews and you could walk away with a job offer on the day!
- Nurse Practitioners
- Nurse Managers: Critical Care, PACU, Heart and Vascular Medical Surg
- Assistant Nurse Managers: Critical Care, DDI & SSS, PACU/Prep, Acute Care
- Case Managers
- Infection Control Practitioners
- Simulation Instructor
- Clinical Instructors: BSN, Operating Room, Surgical, Ophthalmic, Cath Lab, ICU.
- Staff Nurses: Medical/Surgical (for VIP and Royal Critical Care), Emergency, ICU, ICU Step Down, Critical Care Transport, Radiology, Cath Lab, Theatre, PACU, Heart and Vascular Institute/Medical and Endoscopy/Procedures areas. Ambulatory Care Nurses (large out-patient department) with experience in: Urology, Ophthalmology, Multiple Sclerosis, Coagulation Management, Imaging & Dermatology/Neurology/DDI procedures. Bed Placement, Contact Centre & Transfer Centre.
- Allied Health Professionals: Dieticians, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Laboratory Technologists (Blood Bank, Chemistry, Haematology), Phlebotomy Technicians. Cardiovascular Technologists (with EP experience), Electro-neurodiagnostic Technologists, Sonographers, Ultrasound Technologists, Echo Technologists, General X-Ray Technologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists, MRI Technologists and Exercise Physiologists, Intraoperative Electrophysiologist.
Benefits of working in Abu Dhabi:
- Open ended contract, so no fixed timeframe
- Accommodation is provided –New 2 bedroom & 2 bathroom apartments fully furnished, you would share with one other person; Single accommodation available for the Snr positions
- Excellent recreational facilities affiliated to the accommodation
- Business Flight paid at beginning of contract. Return flight home at end of the contract, plus you get paid a small monthly flight allowance
- Medical care provided
- Salary – is on an individual base and your current experience, qualifications and salary is taken into account.
- Enjoy the expat lifestyle and make the most of travel while saving
To apply contact: Dawn Jenkins: firstname.lastname@example.org
Raquel Mitchell: email@example.com
Name: Pramila Gomes
Position Title: Senior Staff Nurse
Date of Hire: 28 October 2005
Department: Main Theatre
1. Where are you from? India, Mumbai
2. Where were you trained? King Edward Memorial Hospital-Mumbai India
3. Where have you worked before? Mumbai 1994-1998, Bahrain 1998-2003, Bangalore-2003-2005
4. What previous types of jobs have you done? Besides nursing spent time teaching and child minding for pocket money
5. When did you travel to Ireland? October-2005
6. Why did you choose this side of the world? Better standard of working conditions, better pay. I enjoy Irish weather better than back home. Ireland provides a high standard of education, therefore providing a more promising future for my children. Strong family values and importance of family life particularly attracted me to choose Ireland.
7. What made you make the change? I wished to gain more experience in my professional life and at the same time enjoy happy family life.
8. What is your current work status? Senior Staff Nurse Main theatre.
9. Why did you choose Blackrock Clinic? I learned that Blackrock Clinic was the leading private hospital in Ireland. The working condition appealed to me.
10. Would you encourage others to make the change? Why? If anyone sought my advice about coming to Blackrock Clinic I would encourage them to do so. Why? For all the same reasons that I chose to come to Blackrock Clinic.
11. How have you managed the change in your life? With good family support as well as work support from management and colleagues helped me overcome most issues.
12. What challenges have you faced to date? Why? How? It took a while settling into a different workplace, a different culture and a different lifestyle.
13. Could you comment on the positives that you have found to date and perhaps some of the difficulties? Improved family life. I have achieved a good balance between family and work life. I have acquired my Irish citizenship. In my own personal circumstances, it would be highly desirable to access a long-term visiting visa for my mother-in-law.
14. What career opportunities have you found here compared to back home? There is availability to further education. Support from management to fulfil my mandatory courses. Opportunities for career development and progress.
15. What have you found to be your funniest moment since arriving? A good night out with work colleagues.
16. How do you spend your leisure time? Gym ,Reading, T.V. Travelling.
17. What do you do to keep busy? So far working and family life.
18. Culturally how have you found it? Grand great craic!
19. What is your overall opinion to date? I am very pleased and happy with my decision.
Interested in joining the Blackrock Clinic Nursing team?
You will need:
- Nursing Diploma or Degree
- Registered or eligible for registration with NMBI (Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland)
- Overseas nurses whose first language is not English, must meet the minimum language competency requirements as defined by NMBI
IELTS Test results, which are not less than 2 years old:
Listening 6.5; Reading 6.5; Writing 7.0; Speaking 7.0; Overall 7.0
For more information or to apply please contact Roisin O’Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Freephone from the UK 0800 2796149
*All posts are full time and permanent. Successful candidates are offered an excellent working environment along with an attractive remuneration package.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, part of Mubadala’s network of-world-class healthcare facilities, is a multispecialty hospital located on Al Maryah Island in the UAE’s capital, Abu Dhabi, and is the first replication of a US multispecialty hospital outside of North America. Established as a unique and unparalleled extension of the US-based Cleveland Clinic. Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi provides patients in the UAE with direct access to the world’s best healthcare providers and some of the most advanced medical care, helping to reduce the need for patients to travel abroad for treatment
Benefits: In addition to being part of an international clinical team, successful applicants will receive accommodation, a transportation allowance, health insurance, annual travel allowance to home country and generous annual leave package.
To apply for positions at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi please email your most up to date cv to Deirdre Meagher at email@example.com or Call +353 (0) 1 8366092/ Freephone from the UK on 0800 279 6149