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Job Locations Connolly Hospital
RCSI Hospitals Group covers a population of over 800,000 people.  Connolly Hospital’s Catchment Population of over 331,000 covers Dublin West, North Kildare and South Meath.   Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown is a major teaching hospital providing a range of acute medical and surgical services, day care, outpatient, diagnostic and support services.  Emergency services are provided on a 365-day, 24 hour basis.  Multi-disciplinary teams representative of medical, nursing, allied health professionals, management and general support staff play a pivotal role in the development, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of these services.  The hospital has a current bed complement of 295 beds.   The hospital is affiliated to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) for medical education, to Dublin City University (DCU) for nursing education and to University College Dublin (UCD), Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the Institute of Technology for allied health professional education. - The ADON Clinical Site Manager is responsible for overseeing the management of safe, efficient patient care within the hospital on a 24 hour basis 7 days per week. - This role oversees the management of the hospital out of hours including evenings, nights and weekends. The post involves internal rotation from days to nights. - The post holder may be required to rotate into a Directorate ADON post if and as required in line with service need. - The ADON Clinical Site Manager will work in close partnership with the Directorate ADON’s ensuring seamless leadership and management of nursing and HCA resources on a continual basis. - The ADON Clinical Site Manager is responsible for patient flow management out of core hours including evenings, nights and weekends. - The ADON Clinical Site Manager will ensure that the nursing/HCA workforce is supported and deployed to meet the needs of patient care and the service on a day to day basis. - The ADON in Clinical Site Management plays a vital role in contributing to the Nursing service plan, Directorate Service Plans and Corporate Strategy. - The ADON Clinical Site Manager will work closely with the Hospital Manager on call.  
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2021-1154
Job Locations Cavan & Monaghan Hospitals
The purpose of the CNM2 Oncology/Infusion Suite is to manage and lead a high-quality service for patients in the Oncology/Infusion Suite Department.
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2021-1153
Job Locations Cavan & Monaghan Hospitals
Ireland's National Action Plan in response to COVID-19, published by the Department of Health, outlines the multi-agency actions to be taken in response to the current crisis.   The need to maintain critical and ongoing services for essential patient care is emphasised.   The purpose of the role is to support Oncology/Haematology patients through telephone triage and assessment with complications of treatment during COVID 19 Pandemic.   The introduction of this nurse-led service will mean that where possible cancer patients will avoid attendance to acute hospital ED and day wards during the COVID pandemic. Patients will be triaged assessed and managed and will be referred on or discharged home in a timely manner within an agreed pathway.   The Clinical Nurse Specialist role is to develop & implement a non ED pathway for Oncology/Haematology patients who are experiencing a disease or treatment related complication during this COVID pandemic.   The appointee will be responsible for undertaking a patient assessment and act as a point of contact for patients in the out-patient setting. The appointee will provide increased access to specialised nursing care for patients receiving Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapies (SACT) and Oral Anti-Cancer Medicines (OAM) to further enhance patient safety and minimise risks.   As part of the triage and assessment the appointee will need to consider whether the symptoms could be COVID-19 related and the prompt management if this is the case using the COVID hospital pathways.   The appointee will work within the acute oncology/haematology service as a member of the team as they develop in hospitals.
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2021-1152
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
The CPC will guide and support undergraduate nursing students and staff in assigned clinical areas to ensure that the clinical placement meets the requirements of the education programme with regard to planned experiences and learning outcomes.   The remit of the CPC post includes: - the provision of support to students, preceptors and nursing staff in all learning environments within Connolly Hospital. - the provision of support to the Nurse Practice Development Coordinator in practice development activities. - the provision of support to the Director of Nursing as required.
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2021-1151
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
The post holder will be assigned to operational and strategic managerial functions as determined by the Director of Midwifery, with a special emphasis on project management.  Due to the current COVID 19 Pandemic, the role will include a strong focus on the provision of professional and clinical leadership across Midwifery and Nursing Services .   The post holder will be responsible for ensuring the provision of high quality evidenced based midwifery/nursing practice in designated areas of responsibility and will be responsible for maintaining and developing Maternity Services. In doing so the post holder will ensure service user centeredness approach to service development.   The post holder will have a lead role in the clinical. governance of Maternity services in defined service areas. This will include; contributing to the development of key process and outcome standards and objectives, the development of key performance indicators and monitoring of same, taking a lead in quality assurance programmes. To this end the post holder will be expected to influence and lead on identified clinical and non clinical programmes as defined by the Director of Midwifery, with a special emphasis on project management and service developments as a result of COVID 19.
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2021-1150
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
The purpose of the post is to:   The Clinical Midwife Manager 2(Teenage Pregnancy) will work towards improving outcomes in the maternity service for teenagers by enhancing the pregnancy and birth experience.   The Clinical Midwife Manager 2 in Teenage Pregnancy will ensure a quality service to meet the expectations of teenagers, linking all available services in a seamless fashion. She / he will organise the delivery of maternity services for teenagers to maximise the chances of achieving a healthy and confident transition to parenthood.   There is a need to include the fathers in all aspects of antenatal and post natal care. The father’s positive involvement in a child’s early life is associated with a range of good outcomes for babies and children. These include cognitive development, mental health , education, attendance and behaviour at school and peer relationships (Getting Maternity Services Right for Pregnant Teenagers and Young Fathers UK Department of Health July 2008).
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2021-1149
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
The post of Clinical Midwife Manager 2 Delivery Suite has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area on a day to day basis. The main responsibilities are: leading on the delivery of woman focused care, quality assurance, resource management, staffing and staff development, practice development, facilitating communication, professional / clinical leadership and ensuring high standards of care through the safe, smooth running of the Delivery Suite.
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2021-1148
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
To provide Midwifery leadership in proactively managing and coordinating clinical practice and the provision of human, financial and material resources in accordance with organisational values and goals, ensuring a cost effective midwifery/ nursing service focused on providing exceptional, evidence-based tailored patient care.   The post of the Clinical Midwife Manager 3 has a pivotal role in service planning and development, coordinating and managing activity and resources within the Maternity Unit. The Clinical Midwife Manager responsibilities include: overseeing the quality of midwifery care, delivery of agreed key performance Indicators (KPIs), the development of policy and procedures, the monitoring of activity and the delivery of agreed levels of service for the area. 
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2021-1147
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
To be part of a team providing a high quality cardiac diagnostic service in an efficient manner.
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2021-1146
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
The post of Clinical Midwife Manager 2- Early Transfer Home has a pivotal role in service planning, co-ordinating, and managing activity and resources within the clinical area on a day to day basis.   The main responsibilities are: leading on the delivery of family centredpostnatal care in the comfort of their own home, quality assurance, resource management, staffing and staff development, practice development, facilitating communication and professional / clinical leadership.   A key role for the CMM 2 in the Early Transfer Home  is promoting and further implementing the National Maternity Strategy and Slainte Care in providing care closer to the home.
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2021-1145
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
The purpose of this Clinical Nurse Specialist 2 role is to implement a non ED direct access route for Oncology/Haematology patients who are experiencing a disease or treatment related complication during this COVID pandemic. The appointee will be responsible for undertaking a patient assessment and act as a point of contact for patients in the out-patient setting. The appointee will provide increased access to specialised oncology nursing care for patients receiving Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapies (SACT) and Oral Anti-Cancer Medicines (OAM) to further enhance patient safety and minimise risks. As part of the triage and assessment the appointee will need to consider whether the symptoms could be COVID-19 related and the prompt management if this is the case using the COVID hospital pathways. The appointee will work within the acute oncology.   Irelands National Action Plan in response to COVID-19, published by the Department of Health, outlines the multi-agency actions to be taken in response to the current crisis. The need to maintain critical and ongoing services for essential patient care is emphasised.  The purpose of the role is to triage and manage Oncology/Haematology patients who present with complications of treatment during COVID 19 Pandemic.   The introduction of this nurse-led service will mean that where possible cancer patients will avoid attendance to acute hospital ED and day wards during the COVID pandemic. Patients will be triaged assessed and managed and will be referred on or discharged home in a timely manner.   The haematology service in Connolly Hospital provides outpatient care for those with malignant conditions such as Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia, Multiple Myeloma, Myelodysplastic Syndromes, Lymphoma and non-malignant haematological conditions such as Autoimmune Disorders and Coagulopathies.   Treatments including chemotherapy, antibody therapy and blood product transfusions are delivered in our haematology day unit.   The haematology team comprises three haematology consultants and a clinical nurse specialist.   The Clinical Nurse Specialist 2 is an integral member of the Acute oncology/ Haematology  service, liaising between internal and external stakeholders and participates in the development of cancer services in Connolly Hospital.   The Clinical Nurse Specialist 2 role is to develop & implement a non ED pathway for Oncology/Haematology patients who are experiencing a disease or treatment related complication during this COVID pandemic.   The appointee will be responsible for undertaking a patient assessment and act as a point of contact for patients in the out-patient setting.   The appointee will provide increased access to specialised nursing care for patients receiving Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapies (SACT) and Oral Anti-Cancer Medicines (OAM) to further enhance patient safety and minimise risks.   As part of the triage and assessment the appointee will need to consider whether the symptoms could be COVID-19 related and the prompt management if this is the case using the COVID hospital pathways. The appointee will work within the acute oncology/haematology service as a member of the team as they develop in hospitals.   Caseload   Oncology/Haematology patients over 16 years of age.
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2021-1144
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
To assist with the provision of a high level pharmacy service to the wards and departments of Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown.   The Pharmacy Department in Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown is a dynamic, forward-looking department which is characterised by a passionate commitment to patient-centred care of the highest possible standard. The department purchases and dispenses medicines for Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown. We aim to ensure the safe, effective and economical use of medicines, and support education, training and practice-based research. The department consists of pharmacists, pharmaceutical technicians, and support staff. Our core values are compassion, innovation, co-operation, professionalism, integrity, and respect.   Clinical pharmacists monitor prescriptions and provide advice & medicines information to medical and nursing colleagues, and to patients and their carers. The Haematology Pharmacist clinically screens chemotherapy prescriptions for patients with haematological malignancies and orders and dispenses cytotoxic drugs for these patients.   Other aspects of the service include antibiotic stewardship and surveillance, outpatient dispensing to staff and to patients of the Mental Health Service, formulary management, drug protocol development, and audit.   Antimicrobial Stewardship in Connolly Hospital aims to optimise antimicrobial selection, dosing, route and duration of therapy to maximise clinical cure or prevention of infection while slowing down antibiotic resistance development. The Antimicrobial Pharmacist, as a member of the antimicrobial stewardship team, is responsible for the implementation of the antimicrobial stewardship programme in the hospital. The antimicrobial pharmacist works with the other members of the team to develop and implement guidelines and policies, monitors and audits antimicrobial usage in Connolly Hospital, and provides advice and education to other healthcare professionals to ensure safe, effective and cost-effective use of antimicrobials.
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2021-1139
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
To assist with the delivery of safe, efficient, and cost-effective dispensary and clinical pharmacy services to the wards and departments on Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown.   The Pharmacy Department in Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown is a dynamic, forward-looking department which is characterized by a passionate commitment to patient-centred care of the highest possible standard. The department purchases and dispenses medicines for Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown. We aim to ensure the safe, effective and economical use of medicines, and support education, training and practice-based research. The department consists of pharmacists, pharmaceutical technicians, and support staff. Our core values are compassion, innovation, co-operation, professionalism, integrity, and respect   Clinical pharmacists monitor prescriptions and provide advice & medicines information to medical and nursing colleagues, and to patients and their carers. There is currently a clinical pharmacy service to the Emergency Department, Critical Care units, two Medical wards and one Surgical ward. The Haematology Pharmacist clinically screens chemotherapy prescriptions for patients with haematological malignancies and orders and dispenses cytotoxic drugs for these patients.   Other aspects of the service include antibiotic stewardship and surveillance, outpatient dispensing to Connolly Hospital staff and to patients of the Mental Health Service; formulary management, drug protocol development, and audit.
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2021-1138
Job Locations Cavan & Monaghan Hospitals
The Maintenance Officer ensures the effective and efficient running of the technical and maintenance services in all care areas within the area of responsibility. They will also ensure compliance with all statutory regulations and non-statutory health care standards.   The Maintenance Department manages the development and maintenance of facilities on the campus of both Cavan General Hospital and Monaghan hospital. This involves all buildings and their associated mechanical and electrical systems and the grounds of both hospitals.   The facilities are managed in a manner that ensures a safe working environment for patients and staff. National regulations and best practice are employed to ensure that the highest standards of engineering are achieved. The Maintenance Department works closely with the Facilities Department and the medical staff to ensure that the optimum conditions are created for patient care.   The department consists of Maintenance Manager, Maintenance Foremen, Craftsman, and Operatives. In the course of duties, the Maintenance Officer will liaise with Medical, Nursing, Technical, Health and Social Care Professionals and General Management as appropriate. The range of building and equipment services provided by the Maintenance Department include: - Alarm call equipment, baby tagging system, patient wander system, nurse call system, cardiac call system, mandown system, paging system. - LV and MV electrical distributions systems, motorised ABCs, MV switchgear/transformers, standby generators, isolated power systems, cardiac/body protected rooms, UPS systems, telephone systems, data cabling networks, passenger bed lifts, CCTV systems, access control systems, TV distribution systems. - Lifesaving equipment, fire detection systems, emergency lighting systems, passive fire prevention systems, fire hydrants and portable/fixed firefighting equipment. - Central Sterilisation services equipment, endoscopy decontamination equipment. - Roofs, chimneys, rainwater systems, roadways, signage, paths, grounds, garden amenities, trees, boundary fencing, art displays and exhibitions. - Heating and cooling systems, MTHW systems, LPHW systems, clean air systems, air handling units, hot and cold-water services, water treatment services.RO plant, water softener plant, catering equipment, refrigeration plant, cook-chill equipment, laundry equipment, medical gases plant, oil storage systems, LPG systems. - Waste management water. - Energy management and sustainability.
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2021-1136