Current Vacancies:

Applications are being accepted for the following vacancies:


(A)CONSULTANT OTOLARYNGOLOGIST
Type B 2008 Consultant Contract: Permanent Full-time
(SIVUH/CUH)*

Applications are also being welcomed at this time for a second Consultant post; Consultant Otolaryngologist si Head & Neck
Surgery full-time (SIVUH/CUH). This post will be filled in a temporary capacity in the first instance and will be filled permanently from 01/11/18
(subject to approval).
Applications will be considered from candidates who wish to work on a flexible or less than full-time basis.

Specialist Division Registration on the Irish Medical Council Register is essential.

For further information or to acquire a copy of the job description please Email: white.stephanie@sivuh.ie
The latest date for receipt of applications is: 1pm, Friday, 24th November 2017.

*Interviews may occur week 18th December 2017.

The South Infirmary-Victoria University Hospital is an equal opportunity employer

(B)Registrar in Anaesthetics-January 2018

 Registration on General Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland. is essential

 Application Process:

Send a letter of application including contact details of four referees together with 4 copies of your curriculum vitae to:

Stephanie White

Medical Manpower Manager

South Infirmary-Victoria University Hospital

Old Blackrock Road

Cork 

The latest date for receipt of applications is:1pm Friday 1st December  2017

Applicants will be shortlisted on the basis of the information provided on their Curriculum Vitae.  A panel may be formed. Please note successful candidates will be required to submit documentary evidence of all qualifications referred to on application.

 

(i) Nursing Opportunities - Rolling Advert

(ii) Phlebotomy Opportunities - Rolling Advert

Please see attached documents for further information.

https://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs/

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South Infirmary

Victoria University Hospital



A teaching hospital

of University College Cork