Do you want to develop your career in nursing in Northern Europe?

In Scandinavia you live in a safe environment with plenty of nature around you, but usually still close to the city areas. The regions also have plenty to offer in terms of culture and sports for those interested in recreational opportunities, and they are fantastic places for children to grow. There are excellent schools and plenty of different daycare options. Most of the areas are also great for singles, as the accommodation is cheaper than in the metropolitan areas, but you can easily access a bigger city for the feel of and activities offered by these bigger cities within an hours’ drive.

Our partners are University hospitals, rural hospitals and health centers, and many of them among the very best in Scandinavia. They offer high quality care, and want to welcome you as a part of their team of dedicated professionals.

What our partners always offer:

  • A minimum of 24 days of yearly vacation for every full year of work.
  • Insurances and health benefits
  • All expenses paid pre-visit in your new work-place, to meet your future colleagues and see your possible new home town.
  • Free of charge language and cultural training in the country of origin / home country before commencing work in Finland/ Sweden
  • Help in your and your family’s’ relocation, including home search, school and primary care finding, and administration of your legal relocation documents
  • Continuing possibilities for professional growth and development through training
  • Help in the legalization of your professional rights to practise your profession in Finland or Sweden

Moving to a new country is a big step and we are committed to make sure that your journey will be as simple as possible. We will support you all the way from the very beginning always until you have settled in to your new home country and job.

In order to make sure that you will feel at home, we always hope to find the best match to both you and the hiring employer.

We are looking for nurses who are:

  • Organized and take initiative in their work
  • Active listeners and want to contribute to the workplace development
  • Meeting patients’ needs and enabling patients to get involved in their own care
  • Adept in communicating with colleagues and in meeting with different professionals, patients and relatives
  • Able take a leading role when and if the situation so demands.

Did you recognize yourself from the description? Are you ready for a change?

Psychiatric care, Sweden

Would you be interested in working as a nurse with patients from a holistic perspective, in a skilled team of specialist doctors, doctors, nurses, assistant nurses & social workers, giving treatment according to an individual treatment plan?

Are you:

  • A registered nurse specialized in psychiatric care?
  • A registered nurse whom is interested to specialize in psychiatric care?
  • A registered nurse whom has work experience from psychiatric care?

Then we would like to welcome you to work with our partner in the Nordics!

Sweden has a developed social welfare system and good resources for working with different patient groups with a shared responsibility between the healthcare sector and the government. Our client is working actively with digital solutions, innovations and education. The clinics and units offer bright, calm and spacious facilities, some with access to gardens and other health promoting environments.

Our partner hospital offers:

• Language training before you relocate
• A permanent position with 40 hours per week working time
• A monthly salary, with the basic monthly salary starting from 25 000 SEK (approx. 2 400€). The final salary level will be determined individually based on your skills and work experience and granted once you have a license to work as a registered nurse.
• Compensation for inconvenient working hours (evenings, weekends, nights, holidays & overtime) which are paid on top of the basic monthly salary
• Education and development possibilities through an individual competence development plan, e.g. specialization, research, management
• Induction to your new tasks and responsibilities when you start working
• Home finding & relocation assistance
• Social activities through the year
• Wellness benefits
• Free primary care

... and more.

We expect you to:

• Have a license to practice your profession within the field of medicine as a registered nurse or as a specialist nurse, and this license to be granted to you by European Union country officials.
• Have preferably three (3) years of experience practicing your profession after finalizing your degree or your specialization.
• You to commit to the language training provided in your home country and reach a minimum of B2 level of the target language at the end of the training.

Intensive care, Sweden

Would you be interested in working as a nurse with patients from a holistic perspective, in a skilled team of specialist doctors, doctors, nurses, assistant nurses & social workers, giving treatment according to an individual treatment plan?

Are you:

  • A registered nurse specialized in intensive care?
  • A registered nurse whom is interested to specialize in intensive care?
  • A registered nurse whom has work experience from intensive care?

Then we would like to welcome you to work with our partner in the Nordics!

Sweden has a developed social welfare system and good resources for working with different patient groups with a shared responsibility between the healthcare sector and the government. Our client is working actively with digital solutions, innovations and education. The clinics and units offer bright, calm and spacious facilities, some with access to gardens and other health promoting environments.

Our partner hospital offers:

• Language training before you relocate
• A permanent position with 40 hours per week working time
• A monthly salary, with the basic monthly salary starting from 25 000 SEK (approx. 2 400€). The final salary level will be determined individually based on your skills and work experience and granted once you have a license to work as a registered nurse.
• Compensation for inconvenient working hours (evenings, weekends, nights, holidays & overtime) which are paid on top of the basic monthly salary
• Education and development possibilities through an individual competence development plan, e.g. specialization, research, management
• Induction to your new tasks and responsibilities when you start working
• Home finding & relocation assistance
• Social activities through the year
• Wellness benefits
• Free primary care

... and more.

We expect you to:

• Have a license to practice your profession within the field of medicine as a registered nurse or as a specialist nurse, and this license to be granted to you by European Union country officials.
• Have preferably three (3) years of experience practicing your profession after finalizing your degree or your specialization.
• You to commit to the language training provided in your home country and reach a minimum of B2 level of the target language at the end of the training.

Assistant nurses, Finland

Would you be interested in working as an assistant nurse with patients from a holistic perspective, in a skilled team of doctors, nurses, assistant nurses & social workers, assisting the elderly and the disabled in homelike environments around Finland?

Are you:

  • An assistant nurse with experience from elderly care?
  • An assistant nurse with experience from care of the disabled?

Then we would like to welcome you to work with our partner in the Nordics!

Finland has a good social welfare system and good resources for working with the elderly and disabled. Our client is working exclusively with elderly and disabled, where the residents live in assisted living units or care homes.

Our partner hospital offers:

• Language training before you relocate
• A permanent position with 40 hours per week working time
• A monthly salary, with the basic monthly salary
• Compensation for inconvenient working hours (evenings, weekends, nights, holidays & overtime) which are paid on top of the basic monthly salary
• Education alongside your work for you to be licensed as a practical nurse in Finland after your arrival
• Induction to your new tasks and responsibilities when you start working
• Home finding & relocation assistance

... and more.

We expect you to:

• Have a license to practice your profession within the field of nursing as an assistant nurse, and this license to be granted to you by European Union country officials.
• Have preferably three (3) years of experience practicing your profession after finalizing your studies.
• You to commit to the language training provided in your home country and reach a minimum of A2/B1 level of the target language at the end of the training.

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