Current Vacancies

Due to additional service developments and increasing activity, Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital is seeking additional employees to assist us through this period of growth.

Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital has 159 beds and is the major centre for orthopaedic surgery in the country. The Hospital is a tertiary referral centre for the treatment of complex orthopaedic problems including joint replacement surgery, revision joint surgery, foot and upper limb surgery, primary bone tumours, spinal surgery, sports injuries and paediatric orthopaedic surgery.

In addition the Active Rehabilitation Unit is a 52 bedded unit providing a multidisciplinary service to those whose acute care is completed but for whom discharge to their destination is delayed.


Are you an experienced NMBI Registered Nurse looking for a new challenge, progressive career opportunities and flexible working arrangements in Theatre, Elective Surgical Orthopaedics, Medical- Specialist Rehabilitation or General Nursing in Dublin.

Applications are invited for the following positions from candidates who are hardworking, flexible, team players to work in our Theatres, High Dependency Unit and all Ward Areas.

STAFF NURSES (Wards /Theatre Scrub Nurses /Full Time /Part

Time/Various shifts)

Applicants must:

  • Be registered or eligible to register in the general division of the live register of Nurses kept by National Midwifery Board (NMBI) with a minimum one years’ post registration experience.

  • Orthopaedic experience / General Nursing Experience / General Medical Experience desirable

  • Possess well developed leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Be able to function independently and possess good decision making skills.

  • Be computer literate.

Informal inquires are welcome to Ms Kathy O’Sullivan, Director of Nursing, at kathy [dot] osullivan [at] cappagh [dot] ie or by phone to +353 1 8140469.

Interested applicants should post a letter of application together with three copies of their Curriculum Vitae including the names of three referees to Ms Kathy O’Sullivan, Director of Nursing, Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital, Finglas, Dublin 11 or email your Curriculum Vitae to kathy [dot] osullivan [at] cappagh [dot] ie

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Applications are invited for the position of:

• Fellowship in Lower Limb

Arthroplasty (Post CCT)

Commencing July 2019 12 Month Contract

Membership of the General division of the Irish Medical Council

register is a requirement for this position. Informal enquires are

welcome to Mr. James Cashman, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

on (+3531) 8140406.

Applicants should email their Curriculum Vitae, including the

names of three referees to johanne [dot] carey [at] cappagh [dot] ie.

More further information on this role and the Hospital, please visit

our website www.cappagh.ie

 

Closing date: 12 noon on Friday, 16th March 2018.

Shortlisting will take place.

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REGISTRAR IN ANAESTHESIA

 (commencing 9th July 2018)

 

Membership of the General division of the Irish Medical Council register is a requirement for this position. 

Please email a letter of application along with a copy of your curriculum vitae including the names of 3 referee's to human [dot] resources [at] cappagh [dot] ie

Closing Date: 12:00pm on Friday 23rd March 2018

 

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REGISTRAR IN ORTHOPAEDICS

 (commencing 9th July 2018)

 

Membership of the General division of the Irish Medical Council register is a requirement for this position. 

Please email a letter of application along with a copy of your curriculum vitae including the names of 3 referee's to human [dot] resources [at] cappagh [dot] ie

 

Closing Date: 12:00pm on Wednesday 28th March 2018.

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SENIOR HOUSE OFFICER IN ORTHOPAEDICS

 (commencing 9th July 2018)

 

Membership of the General division of the Irish Medical Council register is a requirement for this position. 

Please email a letter of application along with a copy of your curriculum vitae including the names of 3 referee's to human [dot] resources [at] cappagh [dot] ie

 

Closing Date: 12:00pm on Wednesday 28th March 2018.

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REGISTRAR IN REHABILITATION MEDICINE

(Commencing 9th July 2018)

 

This post provides experience in the general medical and rehabilitation management of adult in-patients (of all ages) with neurological and musculoskeletal conditions and includes opportunities to assess acute rehabilitation referrals at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. The post would be particularly suited to a candidate considering a career in Rehabilitation Medicine, Geriatric Medicine or General Practice.

Registration in the General Division of the Irish Medical Council register is a mandatory requirement for this position. Full ACLS certification is essential. Previous experience in General Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Rheumatology or Rehabilitation Medicine would be advantageous. Possession of the MRCPI or equivalent would be desirable.

Please email a letter of application along with a copy of your curriculum vitae including the names of 3 referee's to human [dot] resources [at] cappagh [dot] ie

Closing Date: 12.00pm on Friday 6th April 2018 

For further information, please contact Dr Raymond Carson, Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, by email only at raymond [dot] carson [at] cappagh [dot] ie

 

 -Shortlisting will take place and only those shortlisted will be contacted by the Hospital.

-Pay and conditions as per Department of Health and Children guidelines.

-Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital is an equal opportunities employer.


Mission Statement

We are inspired by the love of Catherine McAuley and the Sisters of Mercy.

We strive to Care for all patients with excellence, Cherish the uniqueness of each person and Treat them with compassion, love and integrity.

We are constantly challenged to meet the needs of our times in all aspects of care, through ongoing education and research.