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  • Great news! Preparing for an interview can be an anxious experience, especially when it’s for the role you really want. Rest assured; you are not alone. At Nua, we understand people and their needs, and how best to support them reach their full potential. We have put some useful tips together below which will hopefully put you at ease before the interview process. In the meantime, we wish you the best of luck in your interview and look forward to hopefully welcoming you to the team in the near future.


    1. Dress professionally and ensure you are well groomed.

    2. User the role-specific self-assessment form provided by the Recruitment Team to prepare your portfolio. If you have not received it, please request it by email

    3. Research Nua Healthcare Services and the specific role you are applying for.

    4. Bring essential documentation with you to your interview such as your updated CV, a cover letter, Garda Vetting form, and a copy of your portfolio.

    5. Bring a notebook and pen so you can take notes during the interview.

    6. Rehearse your interview with family or friends to ensure you effectively communicate your qualifications and experience.

    7. Arrive on time for the interview.

    8. Reach out to the Recruitment Team if you have any questions or would like to discuss a particular role.

    9. Finally, keep calm, be confident and believe in yourself!

  • No problem. Nua Healthcare Services offers an ‘Educate to Employ’ programme which is open to everyone from all walks of life who wish to explore fulfilling career opportunities in healthcare. This initiative aims to educate participants about the healthcare sector, including regulations and standards, making it ideal for those new to the field.  To enrol, simply contact our Recruitment team, who will guide you through the process. 


    The ‘Educate to Employ’ programme appeals to those with a passion for making a positive impact on their communities and helping others. Whether transitioning from other sectors, seeking to expand healthcare experience, or exploring new opportunities, Nua Healthcare Services offers support and equal opportunities to all applicants.


    To learn more about our ‘Educate to Employ’ programme, please contact our Recruitment Team.

  • Wonderful news! Relocating to Ireland can be an enriching experience, given the country's scenic beauty, rich history, and welcoming culture. Ireland offers diverse landscapes from the Cliffs of Moher to historic sites like Cobh City and Glendalough. Galway City, Kinsale, and Achill Island are also must-visit destinations.


    The country boasts a high quality of life, with excellent public services, a friendly populace, and a good work-life balance. The healthcare system, comprising public and private sectors, ensures access to quality care. Safety is a priority, with low crime rates and tight-knit communities. Ireland's commitment to environmental conservation is evident through various initiatives, contributing to clean air and water.


    While the cost of living may be higher, Ireland offers free healthcare and education, mitigating expenses. Regarding visas, UK citizens have unrestricted access, while EEA and Swiss citizens enjoy work and residency rights. Non-EU citizens may need visas and permits.


    For employment, understanding taxation, obtaining a Personal Public Service Number (PPSN), and contributing to social insurance (PRSI) are essential. The Equal Status Acts promote fair treatment, while driving regulations and public transport facilitate mobility.


    Accommodation options range from rented to purchased properties, with websites like and offering listings. Pets can be brought into Ireland, subject to regulations.


    Education is free for children, and third-level education is accessible with varying fees for EU and non-EU students. The Central Applications Office (CAO) handles undergraduate admissions, with courses available in diverse fields.


    A checklist for relocating includes ensuring valid documentation, understanding social security rules, opening a bank account, and registering with Revenue.


    Nua Healthcare Services provides relocation assistance, offering a contact person and email for queries. Georgina Connolly serves as a relocation representative, aiding with any relocation-related concerns. To contact Georgina, please email or call +353 (0)45 931 900


    Overall, Ireland offers a vibrant lifestyle, coupled with opportunities for personal and professional growth, making it an attractive destination for relocation.

  • Certainly. In April 2023, we launched a new community support initiative called the Caregiver Empowerment Programme. The initiative intends to support some of our most vulnerable citizens, and specifically their caregivers, by providing free access to insightful modules, webinars and resources written in simple English. Content is accessible through a bespoke online learning management system, which will help caregivers retain their personal training, completion certificates and practical resources content.


    The Caregiver Empowerment Programme is free to all caregivers and provides information on various topics such as Intellectual Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, Mental Health Difficulties in Children and Adolescents, Mental Health Difficulties in Adults, and Self-Care for the Caregiver. The Caregiver Empowerment Programme represents a standard of social good of which we all should aspire and improve upon for the benefit of our collective communities.


    If you wish to register for access to the Caregiver Empowerment Programme, or indeed you wish to share it with others who you feel may benefit from it, please do so by clicking here.


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