03 February 2017


CPL HealthCare is conducting Interview in November for recruitment of Nurses to DATH Group of Hospitals in Ireland.

Interview will be conducted at Kochi, Kerala, on 20th & 21st of February 2017, and on 23rd at Mumbai

A screening test will be conducted by CPL HealthCare through telephone for all eligible candidates. 
The participation in the interview will be strictly based on the screening test result.

Job Offer;
· Salary of €30,537 to €43,800 per annum based on years’ experience
· 39 Hour working week
· Additional shift related payments
· Up to 25 days annual leave and 9 public holiday days
· Initial 2 year contract with a view to permanent contracts
· Free Adaptation programme – pre registered salary paid during the programme €23,361
· Further professional development opportunities delivered in association with world class
Relocation and Benefits;
· Relocation package available
· 8-12 weeks free accommodation if NMBI adaptation required
· Free Flights
· NMBI registration cost refund €495*
· All hospital sites within 45 minutes of Dublin International Airport
· Employment Visa Costs (AWS) refunded
· Free Critical Skills permit

Industry:Medical/HealthcareFunctional Area:Nurse/Medical Support
Job Role:NursesJob Mode:Full Time
Vacancy:Not PublishedCategory:Overseas( Skilled/Semi skilled )
Salary:Not Published
Location:Not Published


1)  GNM/BSc nursing with minimum 18 months acute experience.
 Academic Test Certificate (L/R - 6.5, S/W - 7.0, Overall - 7.0)  or Proof of IELTS Date of Exam 

CATEGORIES: Haematology, Oncology, Theatre, Emergency Dept,  Surgical, Cath Lab, Endoscopy and Spinal
No vacancies exist for Cardiothoracic, Paediatric or Midwifery roles
Medical Surgical candidates must have preference in surgical allocation


DATHs group are combination of 5 public sector hospitals viz. Beaumont Hospital, The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, St James’s Hospital, The Adelaide &Meath Hospital and St. Vincent’s University Hospital. The nursing recruitment to these hospitals in India are managed by CPL HealthCare, Ireland through ODEPC Limited, a Government of Kerala Undertaking. 

1 comment:

  1. IELTS is not easy. Only students comprehension and analytical skills are important. Constant practice and confidence are needed for the IELTS. Review and train harder since the test fee is not that cheap. It is need to give it all.

    IELTS for overseas nurses and midwives


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