Cruise company are currently seeking nurses to cover ship RGN (Registered General Nurse) positions across the Mediterranean & more from 1 month up to 12 weeks starting from May onwards with vacancies throughout the rest of the year so please apply even if you are not free until the second half of the year.
We will also have positions coming up sailing from the Caribbean.
From day-to-day cases to unusual scenarios, on board medics handle everything from minor illnesses to major trauma. So don’t expect it all to be sea sickness and sunburn.
Working on board, you’ll get to utilise all your clinical skills and training to handle some of the more challenging and diverse cases that arise from time to time.
Benefits of this role include : -
To give you a brief on the Nurses daily routine :
Our Ships have 2, 3 or 4 Nurses, depending on the size of the ship, including a Senior Nurse and two Doctors.
Daily Routine : Duty Nurse on call 8am - 8pm
Night Routine : Duty Nurse on call 8pm 8am
8am - 10am - Passenger and Crew Clinic (Senior Doctor Passengers / Crew Doctor - Crew) These times may differ by approx 30 minutes either way.
4-6 pm Passenger and Crew Clinic (once again these times may differ between ship to ship)
You have the privilege of being able to go to most areas on-board so it is a great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
This is a fantastic opportunity and will be a great enhancement to your current portfolio
Accommodation & food provided free
A&E / First responder experience is required and 3 years post qualification experience. ALS OR ACLS Certification is required and must be in date.
Prior ship experience is not essential.