Nursing in Ireland - International Recruitment

The Opportunity You’ve Been Waiting For

When you make the big decision to grow your career with a move abroad, you need to know you are partnering with the best possible recruitment consultants. You want people who will have your best interests at heart, who will go the extra mile to secure you the right position and assist you with the practicalities and requirements, every step of the way. As the largest Irish healthcare recruitment company, we’ve been igniting the power of potential in the healthcare market since 2002.

Here in Ireland, we place Nurses across a range of environments and settings, and work with a variety of organisations, including acute settings, elderly care facilities, Advanced Community Care, Intellectual Disability Services, homeless services, Community / Public and District Nurse services and Medical Centres.

Register your interest by using the form located at the end of the page.


  • NMBI Decision Letter

  • Passed OET/ IETLS

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience​

Relocation Benefits on Offer

Relocation benefits will vary depending on the Client but some reimbursements to the candidate could include:

  • IELTS / OET Cost

  • NMBI Fees

  • RCSI Aptitude Test Costs

  • Flights to Ireland

  • Visa Costs

  • Accommodation Provided ​

Living & Working in Ireland

With an economy that is really beginning to take off again, some of the most beautiful scenery and landscapes in the world, a rich culture and exceptionally friendly people - Ireland really is a stunning place to call home.


Tax is charged as a percentage of your income and the percentage you pay depends on the amount of your income. The first part of your income, up to a certain amount, is taxed at 20% which is the standard rate of tax. The remainder of your income is taxed at the higher rate of tax of 40%.

Visa Requirements

If you are not an Irish citizen returning home, the VISA you will need will depend on the country from where you are coming. You will also need to apply at least 8 weeks before your departure. The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service will give you more details of this.

Natural Beauty

From sea to mountains and beaches, from cliff tops to castles – Ireland really does have it all. The photograph above is of the Cliffs of Moher in county Clare - a short drive from our company headquarters. And even if you live in the heart of a city, you are only ever a half hour away from some of the most beautiful scenery and settings you could wish for. Active Lifestyle Ireland is a country full of fresh air and an outdoor lifestyle, and is great for most sports and activities - from surfing and kayaking to hill walking, hiking and cycling. The country’s native sports are hurling and Gaelic football – while rugby and soccer are also popular.

Rich Culture

Ireland has a rich history of song, dance, music and theatre – and you’ll find this alive in every town. Pub culture is strong, with traditional informal ‘music sessions’ breaking out most evenings in local bars. World-Class Education Ireland has a highly-educated workforce which is the result of its large number of world-class educational institutions, such as Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork. All children in Ireland are entitled to free education in public-funded primary and secondary-level schools.

Client Enquiries

If you are a public, private or voluntary/not-for-profit healthcare organisation, then TTM Healthcare Solutions can access the right, quality people, when you need them, and in a way that works for you. To make an enquiry, get in touch.

NMBI Registration

To practice nursing or midwifery in Ireland, you will need to be register with NMBI, the regulatory body for nursing and midwifery in Ireland, see their website for more information here: Learn more about the application process with the NMBI.​​

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