‘I am proud’ to work for Dignity Health, says Dubliner
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Dignity Care Ireland is looking to recruit more staff to its new €2 million hospital in Dublin, with a new recruitment drive expected to start in the coming weeks.
In the latest hire of its new hospital, Dignity is looking for an experienced nursing staff to support its staff.
Dublin-based Dignity said it would look to hire as many as 25 staff to help run the new complex, which will be open in 2021.
The company, which is also the country’s largest provider of social and emotional support to the elderly, said it had hired around 15 people as of January and had a “very strong” need for a nurse.
Dubrisland-based Care UK, which provides a range of services to people with dementia, said its staff were looking for a “high-quality, motivated” nurse to help them care for those in their care.
“We are delighted to have a Dubliner on board to support our growing and innovative care and support team,” said Care UK’s chief executive, John Smith.
The firm said it hoped to hire a nurse and nurse-practitioner within the next two to three months.
Dignity is the latest employer to be targeted by the Dublin-based charity, which last month announced it was closing two Dublin-headquartered hospitals.
Dubland’s Care NHS foundation is also seeking to close a number of hospitals in the city.
The Care UK hospital is one of two in Dublin.
The other is the Gorman and Cushnahan Hospital in Dublin city, which has been in administration since the mid-1980s.
The Dublin-run Cushnaragh and Dublin City Hospital have been operating at full capacity since February.
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Dignity Care Ireland is looking to recruit more staff to its new €2 million hospital in Dublin, with a new…