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200 New Jobs for Dublin with Carechoice

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200 New Jobs for Dublin with Carechoice


Friday, October 23, 2015 




200 New Jobs for Dublin with Carechoice

Retirement and nursing home group Carechoice is to create 200 jobs with the opening of a new purpose-built 165-room facility based on the Malahide Road in north County Dublin.

The new jobs being created include:

  • nurses
  • health care assistants
  • managers
  • activity leaders and
  • catering staff

Carechoice currently have staff nurse vacancies at their new Malahide facility advertised online. For details on how to apply click here

The group said it expected a further 500 temporary jobs to be created during the construction phase.

The company which currently employs 400 people, operates five homes across Cork and Waterford and provides care for approximately 338 residents. They have also recently submitted planning permission for another 165-bed facility in Swords.

Source: www.irishtimes.com

The CareersPortal Team