In order to get a job in Ireland you need to registered first with the Irish Medical Council. Please find the link below if you want more information:
You do NOT have to take the IELTs test in order to register with the Irish Medical Council. However some public hospitals in Ireland are making it obligatory to take the test in order to be employed at the hospital. The pass result is an overall band score of 7 points in the whole of the test and a minumum of 6,5 points in each section (listening, reading, writting and speaking). In order to prepare for this test you can visit the following website that has a lot of information about it:
Also if you might want to get in touch with native English teachers that can prepare you for this exam please get in touch and we can give you some contact details. For example currently there is the following online academy that can help you with this:
To have an idea of training programs for doctors in Ireland you can also visit:
Please note we do NOT place doctors in training positions.
Regarding shools in Ireland please have as look at the follwoing website:
Please to obtain more information about possible vacancies and oportunities in Ireland you can also visit some of our corporate social networks and the linkedin pages of some of our employees:
Any more information that you may need feel free to contact us!
22 Nothumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
Telephone number: (+353)12544366
Immediate positions to fill for Registrar doctors in Anaesthetics, Paediatrics, Medicine, Medical Oncology, emergency medicine, Liaison Psychiatry, ENT and Urology. Consultant doctors are also required in the followning specialties: Anaesthetics, Respiratory Medicine, Urology, General Practice, Gastroentererology, Geriatrics, Radiology, General (internal) Medicine, Endocrinology, Radiation Oncology, Neurology, Microbiology, Haematology , Opthalmic Surgery, Obstetrics&Gynaecology, Clinical and interventional Cardiology with skills in General Medicine, Paediatrics with neonatal skills, Neonatology, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Adult Psychiatry and Emergeny medicine for severals hospitals in Ireland