Careers

Our staff contribute hugely to making Marymount a centre of excellence in specialist palliative care and elderly care. To reach that standard, our goal in the HR is to help select, develop, facilitate, regulate, support and recognise our staff in a professional and respectful way.

Marymount University Hospital & Hospice is an independent voluntary teaching hospital and hospice governed by a Board of Directors.  Marymount provides an inpatient service for older persons and a specialist palliative care service, including inpatient unit, daycare and community services.  Marymount strives for quality and integrity in all we do.

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. An active teaching and research programme is in place.

 

We are now inviting applications for the following vacancies;

Clinical Nurse Manager II

For the Service for Older People

The Successful applicant must:

  • Have a minimum of five years’ post registration experience, to include both acute care and care of the older person
  • Have a high level of clinical and administrative skills and be able to demonstrate their ability to build and lead a team .
  • Be able to demonstrate experience in leading a team pf people such as other RN’s and HCA’s.
  • Have evidence of ongoing professional development, with the candidate having a recognised Diploma in Gerontology or its equivalent or a willingness to undertake same.

Informal enquires are welcome to Ms Chris Broderick, Assistant Director of Nursing at 0214501201 or email cbroderick@marymount.ie

Please send a cover letter with a CV to hr@marymount.ie by 1st February. Interviews will be scheduled for 11th February

Registrars in Palliative Medicine

Vacancies exist for the posts of Registrar in Palliative Medicine from 8th July 2019. The posts are based at the regional specialist palliative care unit at Marymount, with sessional commitments to Cork University Hospital, Mercy University Hospital and South Infirmary-Victoria University Hospital.

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. An active teaching and research programme is in place.

Informal enquiries are encouraged and may be directed to Dr. Marie Murphy or Prof. Tony O’Brien or Dr. Fiona Kiely or Dr. Mary Jane O’Leary via Email: hospice@marymount.ie or Tel: 021 4501201.  Please email your CV and covering letter to : hr@marymount.ie

Successful candidates must be registered with the Irish Medical Council register prior to commencement of post.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 1st February 2018 at 5pm. Interviews will take place on Thursday, 28th February 2018.

 

Clinical Nurse Manager III in Community Palliative Care

Full Time/Permanent Post

The successful candidate should have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in Palliative Care with a background of acute experience, with a minimum of 3 years’ experience at CNM 2 /CNS level or its equivalent.  It is essential that the candidate has a Post Graduate Diploma in Palliative Care.  Managerial experience is necessary. Evidence of continuing professional development is essential.  Informal enquiries available to Ms Audrey Allen, Assistant Director of Nursing (Palliative Care) at 021 4501201 or email aallen@marymount.ie