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National Maternity Hospital

National Maternity Hospital

The National Maternity Hospital is the largest maternity hospital in Europe and tertiary centre for Ireland. The hospital has approximately 8,500 deliveries per year with a bed complement of 200. The busy gynaecological unit is a national referral centre for gynaecological cancer. The neonatal unit is also a national referral centre and participates in the national neonatal transport programme. The laboratory provides a comprehensive service contributing to the care of perinatal, neonatal, antenatal and gynaecology patients. The Community Midwifery Service offers women the options of Domino, Early Transfer Home and Home Births. All activities are managed within a strong clinical governance framework and employees are centrally involved in quality improvement initiatives around the hospital.

The Hospital is a university teaching hospital with affiliations to University College Dublin (UCD) and the Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) in Ireland. There is an active under–graduate teaching programme in the hospital with students from both colleges in attendance. The four year pre–registration degree for midwifery and eighteen month post registration Higher Diploma in midwifery is run in partnership with UCD. A fifteen month Higher Diploma in Neonatal Nursing organised jointly with the Faculty of Nursing, RCSI is based in our tertiary referral Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

The hospital staff of approximately 850 individuals are our greatest asset and are rewarded for their hard work, commitment and dedication with ongoing training and development and great opportunities for career progression. Other benefits to working at the hospital include attractive salary scales, excellent defined benefit pension scheme, generous annual leave entitlements, flexible working options, an on-site crèche, subsidised canteen and coffee shop, savings facilities through payroll, tax saver commuter tickets and staff health promotion/screening.

Details of current employment opportunities at the National Maternity Hospital are listed below. Job descriptions and person specifications are available for all positions by contacting the Human Resources Department (+353 1 6373365).

The National Maternity Hospital do not require the assistance of recruitment agencies.

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Based on 3 employee reviews
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National Maternity Hospital Jobs
(3)

Neonatal Staff Nurse

  • See description
  • Updated 18/10/2017
  • Dublin

Permanent Neonatal Nurse positions available please contact Lisa Murray for more information.

Clinical Midwife Manager 1 - Delivery Ward

  • See description
  • Updated 18/10/2017
  • Dublin

Clinical Midwife Manager 1 - Delivery Ward x 3 Permanent Positions

Chef Grade II

CHEF GRADE II,full-time, temporary vacancy in the Catering Department of the National Maternity Hospital. A job description is available from Ms Melissa Miller, HR Department on 01-6373554. Closing date: 4 pm Friday 27th October 2017

National Maternity Hospital reviews
(3)

Good to work in but not enough permanent jobs, a little of temp staff

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2016
29/11/2016

The Best Bits

Flexible working hours, the work itself, the nurses and consultants were friends

Things to improve

Training and work progression. Very hard to get made permanent

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A good job

Anonymous in Dublin City, Ireland
current employee in H 2016
18/07/2016

The Best Bits

Wages,,pension scheme.

Things to improve

Environment

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National Maternity Hospital - a great place to work!

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2016
18/07/2016

The Best Bits

Friendly environment, family atmosphere among staff

Things to improve

short staffed

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