We pride ourselves on our dynamic, multicultural and highly skilled workforce. Explore what it means to work with us at the Hermitage Clinic.
Our mission is to care for our patients and enhance their health through integrated clinical practice, efficient processes and exceptional personal care.
Hermitage Clinic is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI). The JCI assess standards of patient safety and quality of care.
Learn more about the values that underpin our mission.
People and culture
Our greatest strength lies with our people. We have an inclusive culture and value team diversity.
We believe in a team approach where the patient is at the centre of everything we do.
We trust our colleagues to work together and in a way that best suits them. That's why we offer flexible working across our nursing, clinical and support functions where possible.
Learning and development is a key part of our culture. We're committed to ensuring all our colleagues reach their potential.
Our Clinical Nurse Facilitators provide education, training and mentorship, and support ongoing professional development. We also provide external specialist training where needed.
We have an open-door policy to enable constant communication between managers and all employees. We believe consistent feedback enables continuous improvement for everyone.
Our colleagues at Hermitage Clinic have the chance to work with leading medical professionals. As we continue to expand, we're able to provide promotional opportunities and lateral moves to colleagues looking to expand their skillset or move to the next level.
Our clinic is affiliated with RCSI, Trinity College, Dublin City University, and Dundalk Institute of Technology. We provide clinical placements for medical and nursing students from various colleges.
Foundation course in perioperative nursing
We provide a perioperative foundation course for nurses interested in a career in Theatre or Endoscopy.
This is a 6 month course, combining theory and competencies in perioperative nursing.
Participants are assigned to all Theatre specialities and have a dedicated Clinical Facilitator to guide them through the programme.
On completion, participants are offered staff nurse roles in Theatre or Endoscopy.
- Competitive salaries
- Flexible working arrangements
- Free onsite parking
- Defined contribution pension scheme
- Excellent career progression and opportunities for change
- Opportunity to work alongside leading medical professionals
- Summer leave initiative
- Opportunity to buy and sell annual leave
- Marriage leave
- Educational support (financial and time off)
- Continuous professional development
- Discounted healthcare services
- Subsidised restaurant with outdoor dining
- Social and wellbeing events
- Relocation support
- Retirement planning courses
- On-site occupational health support
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Supportive sick pay scheme
- Tax saver travel ticket
- Bike to work scheme