Clinicial Nurse Manager I, Specialist Palliative Care
Marymount University Hospice
Marymount University Hospital & Hospice (“Marymount”) provides specialist palliative care services and services to care for dependent older people. Its origins date back to 1870 with its foundation by the Religious Sisters of Charity in Cork. The original hospital was built on the north side of the city but the service relocated in 2011 to purpose-built, modern, high-quality facilities in Curraheen, Cork. An independent voluntary hospital, Marymount works closely with the statutory health services and is a section 39 organisation under the Health Act 2004 and a registered charity. It is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors and staffed by a CEO and a multi-disciplinary team who provide clinical and care services, education and research. Marymount is approved by the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland for higher medical training in palliative medicine and is affiliated to the Medical School at University College, Cork. Applications are now invited for following post: CLINICIAL NURSE MANAGER I, Specialist Palliative Care. Candidates must have at least five years’ experience post registration of which two years must be in an acute setting and two years in Palliative Care and/or a related area. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the clinical, managerial and administrative experience to fulfill the role. Candidates must also be registered with NMBI. Salary is commensurate with 2020 HSE pay scales Informal enquiries are welcome to Ms. Ger O’Farrell, Assistant Director of Nursing, Specialist Palliative Care and Mr. Colin Harris Assistant Director of Nursing, Services for Older People by telephone 021 4869100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com . Full details of posts can be found on our website www.marymount.ie . Applicants must to submit a cover letter and CV through the career’s page on Marymount website. .
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