Friday February 21, 2020

INMO warns against graduate recruitment service

Nursing and midwifery graduates are being contacted directly by the National Recruitment Service offering them 'internships' at 80 per cent of the normal starting pay.

13th January, 2013
Liam Doran, general secretary, INMO, in conversation with two newly-qualified midwives. Photo: Photocall

Nursing and midwifery graduates are being contacted directly by the National Recruitment Service (NRS) offering them 'internships' at 80 per cent of the normal starting pay, even though they have never contacted the NRS.

The HSE is trying to recruit graduates to the post-qualification nursing and midwifery intern initiative, which pays a starting salary of €22,000.

Last Friday, many of last year's graduates received an email from the NRS saying it had "received notification of your...

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