by on April 15, 2009
Nursing is such a noble job. We admire people who have a calling to be a nurse. They make a difference to people’s lives. All we have to do is observe how nurses love helping people and how they don’t fear hard work.
To qualify as a nurse, a person has to get at least a nursing diploma and then has to become registered in their country. There are also what we call trainee nurses and they are closely supervised in the early stages of their employment.
Nursing jobs cover a wide scope. A nurse can care for the aged and do you know that retirees require three times the healthcare services?
Nurses are also needed to care for children, or the disabled. Other nurses care for those suffering from mental health problems whilst other nurses work as operating theatre assistants.
Some nurses become midwives and yet others are in palliative care.
Thus nurses are in short supply all over the world, including Singapore.
So we’d like to invite all nurses out there to come and work in Singapore and all nurses who are already working in Singapore to stay on, take up a BSc Degree in Nursing (Honours) course and get promoted to management levels.
A qualified Registered Nurse can go into any three broad areas; Management, Clinical and Education.
In addition, the Registered Nurse can move upwards to be a Director, Advanced Practice Nurse or Principal Nurse Educator.
If you are a foreign trained nurse with at least 2 years of intensive experience in a government hospital or 3 years of working experience in a private hospital and dream of working in Singapore and even to UK later on, we encourage you to send your Cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, and certifications to jobs[at]nursesnotes[dot]org
Please be advised that only qualified applications with complete documents will be entertained.
Nurses Notes Team