What we can offer

At St Patrick’s Mental Health Services (SPMHS), we aim to maintain a warm, dynamic workplace where our staff can enjoy career growth and job satisfaction.

We value our staff and work to create a positive, forward-thinking environment for our team.

We value our staff and work to create a positive, forward-thinking environment for our team.

We offer:

  • Innovation: we are at the cutting edge of mental healthcare, including being the first healthcare organisation in Ireland to introduce an electronic health record (EHR) and online patient portal for our service users
  • Collaboration: we take a multidisciplinary approach to our work, with our staff working closely together as well as engaging with our service users to actively involve them in all that we do
  • Transformation: we put a focus on training, education and career development opportunities for our staff to support their promotion and career advancement
  • Satisfaction: our staff work across diverse services and in varied, rewarding roles, making a real impact in the lives of people going through mental health difficulties.

By joining us, you become part of Ireland’s largest independent, not-for-profit mental health service provider, bringing lots of opportunities for your career.

By joining us, you become part of Ireland’s largest independent, not-for-profit mental health service provider, bringing lots of opportunities for your career.

We offer you many employee benefits, including:

  • excellent salaries and remuneration packages
  • pension scheme
  • generous annual leave
  • ongoing training
  • paid study leave and funding for further education
  • flexible working arrangements, with remote and hybrid working opportunities
  • support for career advancement and professional development
  • a subsidised canteen and onsite gym
  • central locations with free onsite parking or Bike to Work and Taxsaver Commuter Ticket schemes.

Ever since we were founded by Jonathan Swift more than 250 years ago, our ethos has been grounded in human rights: we believe everyone has the right to a mentally healthy life, including our employees. As well as many mental health awareness campaigns that you can get involved in, our active Staff Wellbeing Committee and free Employee Assistance Programme offer events, activities and supports to make your own wellbeing a priority too.

See more on our staff wellbeing

If you are interested in working with us...

...check out our current vacancies or send us your CV today.

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Opportunities for psychiatric nurses to work in Dublin

Opportunities for nurses

Opportunities for nurses

We are seeking registered psychiatric nurses to join our team. 

See our mental health nursing career opportunities here.

A nurse in St Patrick's University Hospital does a health check-up of a service user.

 

Support and Information

Take your first step by making a call: speak to a mental health professional today.

01 249 3333 info@stpatsmail.com

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