In the Irish healthcare system Interns and Senior House Officers (SHOs) are rotated every three months and other grades of Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors (NCHDs) every six months during their training period. The NCHDs rotations each January and July, facilitate these Junior Doctors IN gaining experience across many different disciplines before they choose one speciality to progress towards at Consultant level.
TTM Healthcare are proud to partner with our HSE public hospital clients across Ireland in recruiting Doctors across all levels and specialities for these rotations. Currently, we are recruiting for Registrar roles for July Rotation . These fixed-term roles offer the opportunity to work with some of largest University Teaching Hospitals in Ireland; centres of excellence committed to providing specialist care.
To be considered for these positions, you must hold:
Irish Medical Council (IMC) Registration
Relevant medical qualification(s)
Relevant experience in your field of Medicine
These roles offer:
HSE pay scales (for more see here)
To apply for these roles, please complete your details here. We respond to all CVs received and look forward to assisting you further.
Since 2002, we recruit Doctors domestically and internationally for locum and permanent roles across all specialities and grades in partnership with the HSE, Ireland's public healthcare provider, along with private hospitals and organisations. We also recruit Doctors for roles with the HSC in Northern Ireland, the NHS in the UK and private medical organisations across Northern Ireland and the UK.
Our Medical team is comprised of specialist and experienced medical Recruitment Consultants. We also have a dedicated compliance team to assist with compliance documentation, and if required, work permit and visa processing. Our Medical team are also happy to offer relocation assistance from beginning to arrival in Ireland for international candidates.
Our company mission is to enhance the quality of people’s lives, from our candidates to our locum team, each other and of course, the people cared for on the front-line.