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Job Locations Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital
The individual will undertake the academic preparation and develop the clinical and leadership skills, competencies, capability and knowledge required to meet the criteria to be registered as a RANP with NMBI. The scope of the cANP must reflect the incremental development of expertise and as such, the cANP cannot deliver care as an autonomous practitioner.   The individual will complete and submit the necessary documentation for registration as an RANP with NMBI. The development of a RANP Trauma ED job description and supporting documentation, in collaboration with the Health Care Provider’s Advanced Practice Stakeholder Governance Group, enables the transition from the post of cANP to the post of RANP.   The value of the nursing contribution as a distinct profession must be safeguarded and articulated in the development of new services led by advanced nurse practitioners, complementing rather than replacing current services (NMBI 2017 p.9).   The overall purpose of the post is to provide safe, timely, evidenced based nurse-led care to patients at an advanced nursing level. This involves undertaking and documenting a complete episode of patient care (assess, diagnose, plan, treat and discharge patients) according to collaboratively agreed protocols and scope of practice in the clinical setting; demonstrating advanced clinical and theoretical knowledge, critical thinking, clinical leadership and decision making skills.   The advanced practice role demonstrates a high degree of knowledge, skill and experience that is applied within the nurse-patient/client relationship to achieve optimal outcomes through critical analysis, problem solving and accurate decision-making (NMBI, 2017).   Central to this is the provision of quality care, a safe environment and processes for patients by the use of evidence based clinical guidelines that address patient expectations, promote wellness and evaluate care given.   The role will provide clinical leadership and professional scholarship in order to develop nursing practice and health policy at local, regional and national level.   The role will contribute to nursing research to shape and advance nursing practice, education and health care policy at local, national and international levels.
ID
2022-2022
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Nursing & Midwifery
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
The PhysiotherapyAssistant will assist Physiotherapists and Physiotherapy Manager in the provision of service. The role includes clinical and administrative duties that support the Physiotherapy Department in the provision of a high-quality service to users.   A panel maybe formed as a result of this campaign from which current and future permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part-time duration may be filled
ID
2022-2021
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals
Job Locations Cavan & Monaghan Hospitals
The Staff Officer will occupy a pivotal role within the Medical Manpower Department.  The post holder is responsible for the delivery and implementation of a range of Medical HR services within Cavan General Hospital and Monaghan Hospital. The Medical Manpower Team provides the following Services to colleagues on both hospital sites: - Recruitment - Workforce Planning & Data Analytics - Employee Relations - Employee Services There is currently 1 whole-time permanent post available in Cavan Monaghan Hospital. A panel may be formed as a result of this campaign for Staff Officer – Medical Manpower Department from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part-time duration may be filled.   Reporting to:  Medical Manpower Manager
ID
2022-2020
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Management & Administrative
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
Fracture risk following a first fracture is highest in the immediate period afterwards, hence capturing the patient early after their fracture is essential so this becomes an integral part of the fracture management process. The overall purpose of the cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) is to provide safe, timely, evidenced based nurse led care to patients at an advanced nursing level. This involves undertaking and documenting a complete episode of patient care (assess, diagnose, plan, treat and discharge patients) according to collaboratively agreed protocols and scope of practice in the clinical setting, demonstrating advanced clinical and theoretical knowledge, critical thinking and decision making skills. The cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) delivers a high-quality service which is a cost-effective method of implementing clinically effective interventions which have been shown to reduce fracture numbers in high-risk populations. The cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) uses proven systems to case-find, assess, treat and monitor patients aged 50 years and over with fragility fractures, improving scheduled care, enabling more timely access and therefore reducing the number of people waiting for services. The cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) practices in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics for Registered Nurses and Registered Midwives (NMBI, 2021), the Scope of Nursing and Midwifery Practice Framework (NMBI, 2015), Advanced Practice (Nursing) Standards and Requirements (NMBI, 2017), and the Values for Nurses and Midwives in Ireland (Department of Health, 2016).   The cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) provides clinical leadership and professional scholarship in the delivery of optimal nursing services and informs the development of evidence based health policy at local, regional and national levels The cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) contributes to nursing research that shapes and advances nursing practice, education and health care policy at local, national and international levels, including participation in the National Fracture Liaison Service Database (FLSDB).   In collaboration with colleagues, the cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) will take a lead role in the co-ordination and delivery of education for low trauma fracture patients attending the Hospital and for those seen at other sites.   The post requires a cANP (Fracture Liaison Service) with the scope of practice to ensure an efficient and effective Fracture Liaison Service is provided.  
ID
2022-2019
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Management & Administrative
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
To provide management support to the Business Manager at Connolly Hospital in the operational and strategic development of services at Connolly Hospital. To pro A panel may be created from which future vacancies may be filled.
ID
2022-2018
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Management & Administrative
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
Connolly Staff only  - To provide business planning support to the Executive Management team at Connolly Hospital and Clinical Directorates in the operational and strategic development of Services at Connolly Hospital. - To provide leadership on all aspects of scheduled care, working closely with the scheduled care managers to achieve KPI’s. - To provide operational management of clinical administration staff and relevant areas as designated. 
ID
2022-2017
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Management & Administrative
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
During the appointment the successful candidate will, under the supervision of the Consultant / Clinical Director / Employer, participate in and deliver a quality health care service. Appointees will be required to actively engage in continuing professional education and development in accordance with organisational / professional requirements.
ID
2022-2016
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Medical & Dental
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
Temporary Full-Time Consultant Rheumatologist  This is a full-time appointment on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 by the Health Service Executive to be based at Connolly Hospital 39 hours per week.   The Catchment Area extends across West Dublin, Meath and Kildare, where much of the recent housing development has occurred to support the rapid growth of Greater Dublin and its commuter belt hinterland. The Catchment area population has grown dramatically over the past 15 years and currently stands at approximately 350,000. Most of this is urban-based but there is a significant rural sector, all dependent on Connolly Hospital for their acute Hospital needs. Noteworthy sub-groups within this catchment population include a large immigrant community, Traveller Community, Nursing Home and Hospice residents. The catchment area workforce is drawn from Industrial, Agricultural and Service/Hospitality sectors.  The catchment includes Areas belong to Fingal, Dublin City, South Co. Dublin, Kildare and Meath Co. Councils.
ID
2022-2013
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Medical & Dental
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
Temporary Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon  - Connolly/ Cavan General Hospital.   This is a full time temporary full time appointment on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 by the HSE to be based in Connolly Hospital / Cavan General Hospital.   The Catchment Area extends across West Dublin, Meath and Kildare, where much of the recent housing development has occurred to support the rapid growth of Greater Dublin and its commuter belt hinterland. The Catchment area population has grown dramatically over the past 15 years and currently stands at approximately 350,000. Most of this is urban-based but there is a significant rural sector, all dependent on Connolly Hospital for their acute Hospital needs. Noteworthy sub-groups within this catchment population include a large immigrant community, Traveller Community, Nursing Home and Hospice residents. The catchment area workforce is drawn from Industrial, Agricultural and Service/Hospitality sectors.  The catchment includes Areas belong to Fingal, Dublin City, South Co. Dublin, Kildare and Meath Co. Councils.
ID
2022-2009
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Medical & Dental
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
- To be responsible for the provision of a high quality physiotherapy ENT/Vestibular Rehabilitation service in accordance with standards of professional practice. - Attendance at consultant led clinics. - Assessment of new patients from the consultant waiting list and referral of patients to the relevant pathways for on-going management. - Review of return patients to the clinic. - Provision of specialist physiotherapy care to complex vestibular patients referred to the physiotherapy department. - To carry out clinical and educational duties as required. - To work with the Physiotherapy Manager in ensuring the co-ordination, development and delivery of a quality, client centred physiotherapy ENT/Vestibular Rehab service across and between networks in the geographical area. - Our team provides a dynamic rehabilitation focussed, evidence based service and requires strong leadership to maintain excellent relationships with MDT and to ensure practice is developed and taught in line with emerging evidence. A Panel will be created from which future temporary or permanent vacancies may be filled.
ID
2022-2006
Position Type
Specified Purpose Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals
Job Locations Cavan & Monaghan Hospitals
Physician Associates (PA) are trained and educated similarly to doctors, and therefore share similar diagnostic and therapeutic reasoning. By design, physicians and PAs work together as a team, and all PAs practice medicine with doctor supervision. Supervision does not mean that a supervising doctor must always be present with the PA or direct every aspect of PA-provided care; rather the PA practice can be described as delegated autonomy. The Lead Consultant (who may be a Consultant Physician or a Consultant Surgeon) delegates duties to the PA, and within those range of duties, the PA uses autonomous decision-making for patient care. The team model is the key-stone to maintaining a high-quality, efficient healthcare service. The Physician Associate’s responsibilities are determined by the laws of the country in which they practice, the hospital board and the supervising consultant. The PA will function under a standard Physician Associate Role Description as outlined below. Specific functions pertaining to the service, clinic or department will be established and agreed upon by the supervising Consultant (s), and appropriate Clinical Director. Supervision: Supervision is provided by the consultant. Supervising consultants have continuing responsibility to follow the progress of the patients and are responsible for all medical services provided by a PA under their supervision. Specifically:   In-patients: - The Lead (physician or surgeon) shall be available in person or by electronic communication at all times when the PA is caring for patients. Out-Patients: - The Lead (physician or surgeon) shall be available in person or by electronic communication at all times when the PA is caring for outpatients. - Protocols and clinical practice guidelines developed by the hospital, the supervising consultant and the multidisciplinary team will be included as part of the role and responsibility of the Physician Associate. - The Physician Associate may perform approved procedures as delegated, after demonstration of competence to the supervising physician. - Patient management issues not covered by protocols will be discussed with the Lead (physician or surgeon) on a patient-specific basis. - In the case of emergency, the supervising physician/surgeon and the NCHDs should be contacted immediately The PA will receive a biannual formal performance evaluation by the supervising physician/surgeon at Cavan & Monaghan Hospital. Ongoing professional practice evaluation also occurs through tracking of performance indicators.   Reporting relationship:  - Professionally reports to the Director of Operations                    AND  - Clinically reports to the Clinical Director.    Details on the post: A panel may be formed as a result of this campaign for Cavan Monaghan Hospital from which current and future, permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part-time duration may be filled.
ID
2022-2005
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Medical & Dental
Job Locations Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital
The main purpose of the post is to develop the job description and supporting documentation under the direction of the Health Care Provider’s Advanced Practice Stakeholder Governance Group, to enable the individual nurse to meet the NMBI Criteria for Registration as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner as set out in Advanced Practice (Nursing) Standards and Requirements (NMBI, 2017).   The individual will undertake the academic preparation and develop the clinical and leadership skills, competencies and knowledge required to meet the criteria to be registered as a RANP with NMBI. The scope of the cANP role must reflect the incremental development of expertise and as such, the cANP cannot deliver care as an autonomous practitioner.   The individual will complete and submit the necessary documentation for registration as an RANP with NMBI. The development of a RANP Haematology job description and supporting documentation, in collaboration with the Health Care provider’s Advanced Stakeholder Governance group, enables the transition from the post of cANP to the post of RANP   The value of the nursing contribution as a distinct profession must be safeguarded and articulated in the development of new services led by advanced nurse practitioners, complementing rather than replacing current services delivered by doctors (NMBI 2017 p.9).   The overall purpose of the post is to provide safe, timely, evidenced based nurse-led care to patients at an advanced nursing level. This involves undertaking and documenting a complete episode of patient care (assess, diagnose, plan, treat and discharge patients) according to collaboratively agreed protocols and scope of practice in the clinical setting; demonstrating advanced clinical and theoretical knowledge, critical thinking, clinical leadership and decision making skills.   The advanced practice role demonstrates a high degree of knowledge, skill and experience that is applied within the nurse-patient/client relationship to achieve optimal outcomes through critical analysis, problem solving and accurate decision-making (NMBI, 2017).   Central to this is the provision of quality care, a safe environment and processes for patients by the use of evidence based clinical guidelines that  address patient expectations, promote wellness and evaluate care given.   The role will provide clinical leadership and professional scholarship in order to develop nursing practice and health policy at local, regional and national level.   The role will contribute to nursing research to shape and advance nursing practice, education and health care policy at local, national and international levels.
ID
2022-2004
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Nursing & Midwifery
Job Locations Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital
The purpose of the role is to develop the Advanced Nurse Practitioner Stroke Service through the organisations clinical and operational governance structures, under the direction of the Health Care Provider’s Advanced Practice Stakeholder Governance Group, to enable the individual nurse to meet the NMBI Criteria for Registration as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner as set out in Advanced Practice (Nursing) Standards and Requirements (NMBI, 2017).   The individual will undertake the academic preparation and develop the clinical and leadership skills, competencies, capability and knowledge required to meet the criteria to be registered as a RANP with NMBI. The scope of the cANP must reflect the incremental development of expertise and as such, the cANP cannot deliver care as an autonomous practitioner.   The individual will complete and submit the necessary documentation for registration as an RANP with NMBI. The development of a RANP Stroke job description and supporting documentation, in collaboration with the Health Care Provider’s Advanced Practice Stakeholder Governance Group, enables the transition from the post of cANP to the post of RANP.   The value of the nursing contribution as a distinct profession must be safeguarded and articulated in the development of new services led by advanced nurse practitioners, complementing rather than replacing current services (NMBI 2017 p.9).   The overall purpose of the post is to provide safe, timely, evidenced based nurse-led care to patients at an advanced nursing level. This involves undertaking and documenting a complete episode of patient care (assess, diagnose, plan, treat and discharge patients) according to collaboratively agreed protocols and scope of practice in the clinical setting; demonstrating advanced clinical and theoretical knowledge, critical thinking, clinical leadership and decision making skills.   The advanced practice role demonstrates a high degree of knowledge, skill and experience that is applied within the nurse-patient/client relationship to achieve optimal outcomes through critical analysis, problem solving and accurate decision-making (NMBI, 2017).
ID
2022-2003
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Nursing & Midwifery
Job Locations Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital
As part of the National Chronic Disease Management program, the need to reform the healthcare services in Ireland in order to provide a more sustainable, integrated and patient-centred approach has come to the fore in recent health policies and strategies. Integrated care requires health and social care services to work together across different levels and sites in order to provide end-to-end care that meets patient need.   As described in the Sláintecare report (2017), integrated care involves: • Ensuring appropriate care pathways are developed with a focus on person-centred service planning to ensure services are built around patients; • Supporting timely access to all health and social care services according to medical need; and, • Patients accessing care at the most appropriate, cost effective service level with a strong emphasis on prevention and public health • To work in conjunction with other team members in co-ordinating and developing the service to meet the needs of the population it serves in line with the objectives of the organisation • To be responsible for the provision of a high quality Physiotherapy service in accordance with standards of professional practice • To carry out clinical and educational duties as required • To work with Physiotherapy Manager in ensuring the co-ordination, development and delivery of a quality, client centred physiotherapy service across and between networks in the geographical area. This will include close working relationships with the Respiratory Integrated Care Hubs in the area.    To develop COPD Outreach services for people living in the catchment area in line with the COPD National Clinical Programme Model of Care document and associated guidance (HSE 2011), the post holder of Clinical Specialist will be a vital key role for the successful development of the programme.   More specifically, the Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, as part of the COPD Outreach Team will: • Manage, develop and evaluate an early supported discharge programme • Manage, develop and evaluate and admission avoidance programme with GP and Consultant • Plan and implement a care package from hospital to home • Contribute to business planning and business cases • Develop and maintain guidelines and protocols relating to COPD outreach • Develop and implement strategies as part of the COPD Outreach team for delivering effective COPD care within a changing environment. • Engage in projects to raise the profile of the specialist service and team members. • Develop evidence based oxygen assessment and review clinics for respiratory patients • Refer to Community Pulmonary rehabilitation team where appropriate • Act as a point of contact for clinical queries from GPs and the Chronic Disease Specialist Team members • Participate in multidisciplinary team meetings and case management activities to manage complex cases • Embrace service redesign as appropriate for the respiratory services and contribute to the development of the ambulatory care hub as appropriate     The Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist will:   • Be responsible for the co-ordination and delivery of a quality service in line with best practice • Develop and monitor implementation of agreed policies, procedures and safe professional practice by adhering to relevant legislation, regulations and standards • Ensure the safety of self and others, and the maintenance of safe environments and equipment used in Physiotherapy in accordance with legislation • Assess and manage risk in their assigned area(s) of responsibility • Take the appropriate timely action to manage any incidents or near misses within their assigned area(s) • Report any deficiency/danger in any aspect of the service to the team or Physiotherapy Manager as appropriate • Be responsible for the safe and competent use of all equipment, aids and appliances both by clients and staff under their supervision • Develop and promote quality standards of work and co-operate with quality assurance programmes • Oversee and monitor the standards of best practice within their Physiotherapy team • Have a working knowledge of HIQA Standards as they apply to the role, for example, Standards for Healthcare, National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections, Hygiene Standards etc. and comply with associated HSE protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards.   The Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist will:   • Contribute to the service planning process • Assist the Physiotherapy Manager  and relevant others in service development encompassing policy development and implementation • Review and evaluate the Physiotherapy service regularly, identifying changing needs and opportunities to improve services • Collect and evaluate data about the service area as identified in service plans and demonstrate the achievement of the objectives of the service • Oversee the upkeep of accurate records in line with best practice • Collate and maintain accurate statistics and render reports as required • Represent the department / team at meetings and conferences as appropriate • Inform the Physiotherapy Manager of staff issues (needs, interests, views) as appropriate   The Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist will work closely with colleagues on the Integrated Care Respiratory Hub including medical, nursing, primary care staff, GP’s, Occupational Therapy and Psychology and existing respiratory care services.   A Panel may be created from which future temporary or permanent vacancies may be filled.
ID
2022-2002
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
Locum Consultant Histopatholgist - From September 2022 x 6months.   This is a full-time appointment on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 by the Health Service Executive to be based at Connolly Hospital 39 hours per week. The Catchment Area extends across West Dublin, Meath and Kildare, where much of the recent housing development has occurred to support the rapid growth of Greater Dublin and its commuter belt hinterland. The Catchment area population has grown dramatically over the past 15 years and currently stands at approximately 350,000. Most of this is urban-based but there is a significant rural sector, all dependent on Connolly Hospital for their acute Hospital needs. Noteworthy sub-groups within this catchment population include a large immigrant community, Traveller Community, Nursing Home and Hospice residents. The catchment area workforce is drawn from Industrial, Agricultural and Service/Hospitality sectors.  The catchment includes Areas belong to Fingal, Dublin City, South Co. Dublin, Kildare and Meath Co. Councils.
ID
2022-2001
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Medical & Dental
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
The successful candidate will manage an outpatient caseload, primarily of referrals from the Rheumatology service liaising closely with the Rheumatology Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist and members of the Rheumatology MDT.   Post Holder will be based primarily in Physiotherapy OPD managing Rheumatology referrals, however flexibility is required as the post holder may also be required to work with the Orthopaedic/MSK Physiotherapy Service.   To work in conjunction with other team members in co-ordinating and developing the service to meet the needs of the population it serves in line with the objectives of the organisation. Play a key role in the Rheumatology Physiotherapy service provision in Connolly Hospital.  Post Holder will be responsible for the provision of a high quality Physiotherapy service in accordance with standards of professional practice.   The Post Holder will carry out clinical duties and educational duties as required, while developing the Physiotherapy service in line with National Clinical Care Programme.    The successful candidate will work with the Physiotherapy Manager/ Rheumatology Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist/Rheumatology Consultants in ensuring the co-ordination, development and delivery of a quality, client centred physiotherapy service across all relevant clinical spheres.   Professional reporting relationship for clinical governance and clinical supervision will be to the Head of Discipline through the professional line management structure.
ID
2022-2000
Position Type
Specified Purpose Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
To provide cardiac diagnostic provision to Connolly Hospital.
ID
2022-1999
Position Type
Specified Purpose Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals
Job Locations Connolly Hospital
This is a temporary appointment on a Type A basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008 by the HSE to be based in Connolly Hospital   The Emergency Department in Connolly Hospital provides 24/7 care to all adult patients, over the age of 15, presenting with acute undifferentiated illness or injury. It serves a catchment population of 330,000 people in one of the youngest, fastest growing and most ethnically diverse areas of Ireland. Its location/accessibility off the M50, the large hospital grounds and the local age profile were key factors in its selection as a site for one of two Paediatric Urgent Care Centres, satellite centres of the National Children’s Hospital.   Patient care is provided by 7 Emergency Medicine Consultants and 25 Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors. It is supported by a strong team of nurses, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists and Allied Health Professionals. A new department was opened in 2004 and hosts a 3-bedded Resus Area, 15 cubicles, a 6 bedded Observation Area (Clinical Decision Unit and Chest Pain Observation Area), an Ambulatory Care area, 2 treatment rooms and a room for mental health assessment. A new 2-bedded Resus plus isolation room is due to be operational from June 2021. There is a tutorial room within the department. Each day, one consultant is designated to be on-call and cover the shop-floor and another is responsible for the Clinical Decision Unit/Chest Pain Assessment Unit and patient safety initiatives. It is an academic department with a strong focus on clinical teaching, exam preparation and audit/research for both trainees and medical students. The department treats undifferentiated adult patients presenting with medical, surgical, trauma and mental health problems. It runs a Clinical Decision Unit, Chest Pain Assessment Unit and Review Clinics. There is a strong need for intensive clinical and strategic leadership in this department in order to meet current key performance indicators as set by the Emergency Medicine Programme and Special Delivery Unit.  
ID
2022-1998
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Medical & Dental
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
- Provision of service to Paediatrics patient cohort both inpatient and outpatient based. - To provide clinical governance to basic grade dietitians and to roll out new service developments and initiatives. - To function as an efficient and effective member of the dietetic team with the aim of ensuring optimum delivering of nutrition and dietetic care to clients within the Paediatric unit and day care services as assigned by Dietetic Manager. The appointment is Permanent, Whole-time and pensionable.     A panel may be created from which temporary & permanent vacancies of full time basis may be filled. Appointment as an employee of the Health Service Executive is governed by the Health Act 2004 and the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointment) Act 2004
ID
2022-1993
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals
Job Locations Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital & Louth County Hospital
To function as an efficient and effective member of the dietetic team with the aim of ensuring optimum delivering of nutrition and dietetic care to clients within the Care of the Older Person services inpatient and day care services as assigned by Dietetic Manager.   This Post holder will play an integral role in the provision of service to Care of the Older Persons Service based primarily in Louth County. The senior dietitian is required to collaborate with other dietetic staff members  and multidisciplinary team to provide patient centred care for this patient cohort.  There is currently one permanent post available in the Department of Nutrition & Dietetics.  The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises or as determined by student placement requirements or assigned by Manager.   A panel may be formed from this campaign for the filling of this position and or future temporary and permanent vacancies that may arise in this Clinical Area.
ID
2022-1992
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Category (Job searching)
Health & Social Care Professionals