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Working at Bloomfield

We have over 200 multidisciplinary team members who deliver the highest standards of care in a friendly and inclusive workplace. We value each and every member of our team and believe strongly in supporting employee wellbeing and emphasising the importance of a healthy work-life balance. At Bloomfield, we invest in our staff, offering first-class training and excellent advancement opportunities.

It takes a uniquely skilled person to join our team here at Bloomfield. Not only do we recruit highly experienced, professional, and motivated people, we look for that special something that makes a person fit in while working in a challenging, caring environment.

If this sounds like you, visit our job listings or get in touch 
with our HR Team hr@bloomfield.ie.

Current Vacancies

Recruitment Process

What You Need to Know


All employment opportunities are listed on our website, with many also advertised on external recruitment and relevant sector websites. If you have specific queries about a role, please contact hr@bloomfield.ie.


All applications received will be reviewed by our HR team and shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Candidates who are successful at the interview stage will progress to the next stage of the recruitment process which includes Garda vetting, reference checks, and certification of fitness. Following the successful completion of these checks, an official offer of employment will be made.

Bloomfield Hospital welcomes applications from suitably-qualified EEA nationals and non-EEA nationals.


EEA nationals do not require work permits, visas or authorisation to work in Ireland. These include citizens of the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Bulgaria, and Romania.


In order to process employment applications for non-EEA nationals residing in Ireland, it will be necessary for the candidate to submit the following documentation:

A scanned copy of the identification page of their passport as well as the page[s] showing the relevant and current immigration stamps confirming legal permission to reside in Ireland


A scanned copy of the candidate’s current Certificate of Registration (GNIB card) showing Stamp 1, Stamp 4/4EUfam and Stamp 5


A scanned copy of the candidate’s current Certificate of Registration (GNIB card) showing Stamp 3 and scanned copies of the following:

Marriage or civil partnership certificate


Candidate’s spouse’s passport identification page and pages showing their current immigration stamp as well as their current GNIB card showing Stamp 1, 4, or 5


Where the candidate’s spouse holds a Stamp 2 for the purposes of PhD study, a copy of said spouse’s passport showing their identification and current immigration stamp as well as their current GNIB card showing Stamp 2


Documentary evidence from the relevant educational institution showing that said spouse is a PhD student.

Applications that are not accompanied by the required documents will not be processed.

Candidates from EEA countries can find further information on the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation website.

Here at Bloomfield Hospital, we recognise the significant contribution that volunteers can bring to our services, in terms of their time, energy, and commitment. At Bloomfield, we pride ourselves on developing exciting opportunities for potential volunteers from all walks of life and we work hard to help them have the best possible experience with us.

As a volunteer at Bloomfield, you will learn about the work we do with our residents and the services we provide. You will undergo induction training to help equip you with the information and skills you’ll need while you’re with us. In addition, our Volunteer Programme Coordinator will be on hand to support you.

If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer at Bloomfield Hospital, please contact a member of the HR team for details of our Volunteer Programme at hr@bloomfield.ie.