International Coordinator – International Division
My TTM is
Rewarding. Target-driven. Organised and Efficient.
In her role as Co-Ordinator of the International Team at TTM, Laura’s days are busy, varied and extremely rewarding:
“My job is to help nurses living in different countries prepare and interview for one of our customers. I love knowing that I’m a part in the nurse’s journey in moving to another country for better opportunities. I love meeting them on calls, getting to know them ahead of their interviews and seeing them go on to succeed through the recruitment process.”
Within her role, Laura is responsible for reviewing nurse submissions and checking if they meet requirements for an interview which she then schedules. She helps prep the nurses ahead of their interviews and manages the interview days. She also, importantly, coordinates with partner agencies to build pipelines, and keeps them informed of upcoming interview days.
Laura grew up on a farm in West Clare and studied a Bachelor of Business with Marketing and Management at Limerick Institute of Technology. Throughout her studies, she worked as an Assistant and Weekend Supervisor at a grocery store, which helped her hone her people and coordination skills. While at college, Laura attended a career talk presented by TTM’s People and Culture team, and she was immediately excited by the opportunities and benefits offered by TTM as well as its unique culture.
Laura describes herself as very target-driven and constantly evaluates her successes so she can keep getting stronger. She will always go the extra mile for the nurses she works with – making sure her prep is up to date and relevant to how the nurses need to prepare themselves for their interviews. She also appreciates that TTM places great emphasis on ‘celebrating success’ which she says keeps everyone motivated.
“TTM is a great place to work. Everyone is welcoming and friendly and always willing to help. Our Sports and Social Committee organises loads of fun events and there is never a dull moment.”
Laura is proud to have represented her home village in the Rose of Clare festival. She is also a member of local traditional singing group, Chapel Gate Singers Club.