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50 new jobs in nursing and social care

Nua Healthcare is creating the permanent positions in Dublin, Kildare, Laois and Offaly.

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A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER is creating 50 new jobs across Dublin, Kildare, Laois and Offaly in the nursing and social care sector.

Nua Healthcare is creating 50 permanent positions across various nursing sectors in addition to social care workers who will be specific to children’s services.

Nua Healthcare provides specialised residential, respite and day services to people who have asperger’s syndrome, autistic spectrum disorder, borderline personality disorder, brain injuries and mental health issues.

People who avail of their services are facilitated in accessing “meaningful personalised lifestyles” according to Nua Healthcare.

“In the current climate it’s great to be in a position to provide job opportunities in nursing to our fantastic pool of people here in Ireland,” Nua Healthcare’s chief executive Edward Dunne said.

“We hope that these flexible job opportunities will prevent at least 50 people feeling they have no other choice other than to leave Ireland to secure employment.”

Positions are permanent and the company said it can provide flexible working hours to successful candidates. All positions are available immediately and can be applied for at

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