Dear nurse,

Are you considering new challenges and to work and live in a country ranked as one of the happiest nations in the world due to our healthy work-life balance? Lillebaelt Hospital in southern Denmark is always looking for dedicated and highly skilled nurses!

We have family-friendly working conditions with flexible hours, good salary and an environment challenging you to use your clinical nursing skills and to develop personally.

Lillebaelt Hospital is a medium-sized hospital with 5,000 employees only one hour from the Danish-German border, close to the international airport in Billund and a two-hour drive from the Danish capital Copenhagen.

We are striving for quality in treatment and care as well as a good working environment. Your nursing skills will be valued, you are responsible and accountable for your tasks and you will experience a flat hierarchical structure with mutual respect between units, departments and professions.

We offer you intensive and customized introduction to the language, the department and the clinical practice. Professional supervision, mentoring and continuous skills development is part of everyday practice. Working hours are family-friendly with a 37-hour workweek. We do our best to plan shifts with great consideration to each employee. Your satisfaction is very important to us and results in a good working environment for all. All employees have a say and an impact on the development of the department, organization and coherent patient flow. The salary for nurses is good. Accommodation is payable and there is easy access to excellent and affordable child-care – nursery, kindergarten and after school care.

We ask from you that you

• have some experience working as a nurse
• can work unassisted and are able to make independent decisions
• rate the patient’s perspective highly and enjoy involving both patient and relatives     in the pathway
• have high ambitions
• are a team player and mostly in a good mood
• take active part in ensuring a good working environment
• manage basic nursing and find it important
• accept the challenge of complex patient care pathways
• are ready to live and work in a new country
• are a registered nurse in the European Union

Education level: Bachelor of science in nursing

Contact us:
We are always looking for talents and we only employ the best. If you believe you fit our profile, or simply want to learn more about opportunities for employment at our hospital, please contact:

Maria Jensen
Head of international recruitment Phone: +45 5183 6867 / email: maria.jensen3@rsyd.dk

Marta Vila Santa
Nurse from Portugal – working at our hospital Phone: +351 913 186 032 / email: marta.vila.santa@rsyd.dk

Job details
Work experience:
Work experience is required
Duration of work experience:
Up to 1 year
Number of positions:
5
Date of expiry:
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About company

The Danish job market is booming and many sectors are facing skills shortages. Therefore, there are many sectors with good job opportunities one of them is the healthcare sector. The demand for jobs include: Medical Specialists Nurses Dentists Social Health Care Assistants The Danish healthcare system is based on the principles of free and equal access to healthcare for all citizens and offers high-quality services, the majority of which are financed by general taxes. The Danish workplace culture is informal, team-oriented and has a flat hierarchy, a 37-hour working week and an attractive salary and pension scheme. In addition, Region Zealand is closely connected to… Read more

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