International Nurses Panel 2024

Posted Date: 16-11-2023

Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Dublin North, Dublin South, Galway, Ireland, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Leinster, Leitrim, Limerick, Mayo, Meath, Mid West & South Region, Monaghan, Munster, National Post, Navan, Roscommon, Sligo, South, South East, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath, Wexford, Wicklow | Permanent

Why Resilience?

For more than 11 years, high-growth Irish owned company Resilience has continued to lead the way in transforming healthcare in Ireland. Our essence is to help build resilience in the people we support to bring the possible to life.
Our progressive Advanced Community Care specialist division takes specialist nursing out of hospitals and into the homes of those with complex needs. We’re looking for nurses to join our Permanent Team and deliver one-to-one nursing care, nursing at its best. You’ll be part of a supportive, nurse-led team that focuses on helping those you care for live more empowered lives. And with access to best practice training, you’ll upskill and develop – realising your own potential and furthering your career.

Resilience is a private homecare provider that offers nursing care to children and adults in their own homes.

We have a team of over 300 nurses currently providing this care throughout Ireland. The nursing care is 1:1 and nurses are fully supported 24 hours a day by a Nurse Manager.

We are approved providers by the Health Service Executive (HSE) which is the public sector in Ireland.

We have been operating in Ireland for over 11 years and therefore, if you were successful, we could offer you secure permanent employment.

Criteria Skills Required

As a Nurse caring for CHILDREN/YOUNG ADULTS with complex care needs, you should:

  • Have a Decision letter with an expiry date no earlier than May 2024
  • Have an OET with Expiry no earlier than June 2025
  • Qualified as an RCN/RGN/RNID with recent experience of nursing children with complex care needs;
  • Have a minimum of 2 year’s post-qualification experience in a 100+bedded hospital
  • Have worked in the NICU/PICU/ICU ward and have recent experience with Tracheostomy, ventilation and critically ill babies/children
  • Have worked overseas for a minimum of 6mths in a NICU/PICU/ICU wards also experience with Tracheostomy, ventilation and critically ill babies and children
  • Display the competence, confidence and commitment to work as part of the Advanced Community Care team;
  • Must be available to travel in 2024 to Ireland
  • Any applications without the Decision letter and OET letter in email will NOT be considered for the Panel

Location: Various locations across Ireland
Type of contract: Full-time 39hours per week, with option for overtime if available
Hours of work: Day shifts & night shifts Monday to Sunday (Premium hours available)


  •  Resilience4Me Health and Well-being Forum
  • Competitive pay rates, paid weekly one week in arrears
  • Paid attendance for mandatory training
  • Earn €400 from our paid Refer-a-Friend scheme.
  • Fuel discount scheme
  • Discounted health insurance with our healthcare provider
  • Government Sick Pay Scheme
  • Discounted Fuel Card scheme
  • Nurse academy with over 40 specialist training courses available to you

Previous community care experience – such as one-to-one care in the home – is an advantage, but full training will be provided!


In the past year we have welcomed many international nurses to Ireland and we hope to grow that number considerably over the coming years.

If you have any friends who have commenced their NMBI process or have a decision letter, could you please also share my contact details with them, as we are always looking for more nurses to join our team.


Job Responsibilities

You will:
• assess and deliver nursing care based on the assessed needs of your client and according to their agreed Care Plan;
• carry out your nursing role according to the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics for Registered Nurses;
• comply with evidence-based practice while maintaining and developing your own, personal, professional competence;
• promote and participate in dialogue between clients, families, HSE and other relevant MDT representatives;
• receive and share complex clinical information – based on the client’s clinical condition and the interventions used and forming the basis of your client’s care plan;
• complete accurate and professional clinical notes.