CUH launches recruitment campaign for nurses08 June 2015
Mary Mills is the Director of Nursing for Cork University Hospital. She is running a major recruitment campaign to hire nurses to join the team at CUH.
“We have five years of recruitment to catch up on now that the moratorium on public sector recruitment has ended. In nursing we have always been used to graduate nurses leaving for a couple of years to gain experience abroad but during the downturn we lost not only graduate nurses but more experienced nurses who left with their families and at the top end of the scale senior nurses who took early redundancy so we have a lot of ground to make up.”
Key to attracting healthcare professionals to CUH is the superb opportunities it offers for further training and career advancement. University College Cork is the Academic partner of the South-South West Hospital Group and Cork University Hospital has very strong relationships with each of the six schools within the Science Faculty of UCC.
The opportunity to help nurses develop their careers further is hugely important to the team at CUH says Mary Mills;
“Nursing these days offers people a huge degree of specialisation so we offer support and funding to ensure our health professionals at Cork University Hospitals have access to further education and training opportunities. We recognise that people don’t just want a job they want a career. When someone comes to work with us they can be confident that not only are we offering a great work environment but that we are also supporting their career goals”
Nursing Posts at CUH
If you are a Registered General Nurse with the Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland and would like to be considered for a role within CUH please submit a detailed Curriculum Vitae to Ms. Elaine English, Director of Nursing Office, Cork University Hospital or email Elaine.email@example.com. Should you have any queries please contact Elaine directly on 021 4922116 Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm.
Experience Critical Care Nurses - Permanent Posts
CUH is currently recruiting experienced critical care nurses who are eager to be part of the expansion of critical care services within the hospital