TALLAGHT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

Tallaght University Hospital (TUH) was formed by bringing together the three oldest hospitals in Ireland - Meath Hospital (1753), National Children's Hospital (1821), and Adelaide Hospital (1839). In March 2018, the hospital officially changed its name to Tallaght University Hospital. Hence, the position of the hospital has been upgraded to one of the leading academic teaching hospitals in Ireland and continues to be at the forefront of innovative research. The unique characteristic of the Hospital is that it is part of two hospital groups, Dublin Midlands Hospital Group and the Children's Hospital Group, which serves a population of over 1.2 million across seven counties. Tallaght University Hospital, incorporating the National Children's Hospital, is one of Ireland's largest acute teaching hospitals and is one of two main teaching hospitals of Trinity College Dublin - specialising in the training and professional development of staff in areas such as nursing, emergency medicine and surgery, amongst many others.

Other specialities of TUH are: 

  • TUH has a provision at local, regional and national levels of specialities 

  • It is the national urology centre

  • Known as the second-largest provider of dialysis services in Ireland

  • Owns an ultra-modern regional orthopaedic trauma centre and the National acetabular centre

Why should you join Tallaght University Hospital?

Work Environment and Career Development: Tallaght University Hospital provides its staff with a welcoming and friendly work environment. At TUH, every staff gets the opportunity to learn and develop, leading to career development. The hospital achieves this through various professional education programmes.

 

Health and Wellbeing: TUH is the first voluntary hospital to get accreditation of The Keep Well Mark, as a recognition of the commitment of the hospitals towards the wellbeing of its staff in eight different divisions: leadership, health and safety, absence management, healthy eating, physical activity, mental health, intoxicants, a smoke-free environment and how they impact across the organisation.

 

Other Benefits: TUH is providing its staff with several benefits; a few of them are: 

  • Shorter Working year

  • Flexible Working Initiative

  • Occupational Health Department

  • Employee Assistance Programme

  • On-site Parking  

  • On-site Crèche  

  • Study Leave

  • On-site Outdoor Gym

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Tax saver commuter tickets

  • Easy links to Public Transport 

  • Banking ATM Machine

  • Subsidised canteen

  • On-site Library & Research Facilities

  • Public Service Pension Scheme

LOCATION HIGHLIGHTS

Dublin is the largest as well as the capital city of Ireland, located in the Leinster province (eastern & midland region), on the bay of the river Liffey. Dublin is a modern and historical destination, consisting of Irish education, arts, culture, administration and industry. The city was awarded the title of "Global City" by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) in the year 2018, with a ranking of "Alpha minus", which made it one of the top thirty cities in the world.   
In 2009, Dublin was listed as the fourth richest city in the world by purchasing power and 10th richest by personal income.

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Transport:

•    Road: The road network in Ireland has easy access to Dublin. The semi-ring road, M50, which runs around south, west and north of the city, has direct connections with major national routes of Ireland. The bus network in Dublin covers around 200 bus routes in the city as well as suburbs.
•    Rail: There are two main railway stations in Dublin, Heuston and Connolly's. The Dublin Suburban Rail network consists of five railway lines that connect Dublin to major destinations such as Dundalk, Gorey, Portlaoise, Docklands, Longford, etc.
•    Air: The major airport is the Dublin Airport located in the north of Dublin city, near Swords in the administrative county of Fingal. The airport offers domestic as well as international services and has marked as the 11th busiest in the European Union.  
•    Light Rail: Luas is the light rail (tram) system in Dublin. There are two main lines in the system: the Green Line and the Red Line. The Red Line runs east-west through Dublin's Northside, then crosses the river Liffey and travels southwest to the heavily populated suburb of Tallaght, and then on through the Citywest campus to terminate at Saggart. The Green Line covers the section between Grand Parade and the old Stillorgan station at Sandyford. The line crosses the Dundrum bypass on the new William Dargan cable-stayed bridge. 

Education

 

Dublin is the largest destination for education in Ireland. It has numerous options for pre-school, primary school, and special schools and is also home to several higher education institutions and four prominent universities. In 2012, Dublin was awarded the title of European Capital of Science.

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Relocation Package

 

Salary from €37,661 to €49,487 based on years of experience

 

The employer will:

 

  • Refund the cost of the NMBI registration fee

  • Cover the Cost of an Atypical VISA – AWS

  • Cover the cost of Airfare to Ireland up to €800

  • Cover the cost of accommodation expenses for 30 nights on arrival

  • Cover the cost of employment permit registration of €1000

  • Provide an adaptation program