Job Offer: Psychiatry Nurses in Sweden
As a nurse in the inpatient care unit you have the responsibility of working as a supervisor, driving the care and planning process forward. You will need to be available to work in rotating shifts.
A team of 270 employees, including nurses, resident doctors, specialists and other personnel composes the psychiatric clinic. The clinic has three wards with a total of 41 beds. The average hospital stay is approximately 14 days. There is a good work environment and excellent teamwork between all staff members.
The Hospital is situated 1 hour from Stockholm, the county has approximately 145 000 inhabitants. The hospital offers a wide range of different types of care in many areas. The hospital has a long history of conducting medical, surgical and psychiatric care, both emergency and scheduled.
- Permanent contract after obtaining the Swedish License to practice as a Nurse.
- The starting salary before obtaining the Swedish license will be approx. 2400 euro gross/month, after you obtained the Swedish license it will be raised to approx. 2700 euro gross/month (during the 6 months of
trialperiod). After the trial period, it will be increased again. Duties will be paid apart.
- Help to find: apartment, school
- Invitation to study tour to Sweden after the first interview with MediCarrera, to learn more about the region and the work environment.
- Assistance with removal and relocation costs
- Intensive Swedish course, also for the family.
- Remuneration during the language course of €600 monthly net, free apartment, and travel costs for the family.
- All the services of MediCarrera are free of charge for the candidates!
- Licenced Nurse (BSc degree obtained in an EU country) with experience in Psychiatric care and interest in the field of Psychiatry.
- EU citizenship OR long term residency permit in the EU.
- Experience with taking blood tests, dosage of medication and computer skills
- be a specialist doctor, dentist or Bsc nurse
- be an EU citizen OR have long-term residency in any of the EU member countries.
- have your medical degree AND specialist title recognised in any of the EU member countries
- have worked at least 3 years in any of the EU member countries AFTER your degree and title had been recognized.