Why Not?

Enjoy an unparalleled quality of life in Cork, with a perfect balance of career satisfaction, personal fulfillment, and leisure.

For more information, vacancies and job applications, contact Dr Simon Walsh, Consultant in Emergency Medicine (simonj.walsh@hse.ie) or CUH HR (cuh.nchdrecruit@hse.ie) for medical posts, and Norma O Sullivan, ADON (norma.osullivan1@hse.ie) and Siobhán Scanlon, ADON (siobhan.scanlon@hse.ie) for nursing posts.


Vacancies are advertised on www.rezoomo.com, but we are always happy to be contacted directly!

For Work-Life Balance

In CUH ED, work-life balance isn’t just a buzzword – it’s a way of life. Enjoy shorter commutes, flexible working hours, and a supportive professional environment that prioritizes your well-being. After a rewarding shift at Cork Emergency Department, unwind with a leisurely stroll along the Lee, or gather with friends for a pint of the black stuff at a cozy pub.

For Endless Adventure

Cork is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts and urban explorers alike. Discover the rugged beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way as you hike along dramatic coastal cliffs or surf the Atlantic waves at Inchydoney Beach. Explore endless outdoor adventures in Cork, including hiking, surfing, sailing, golfing, and more, all within easy reach of the city center.

For Vibrant City Life

Prefer city vibes? Dive into the eclectic mix of shops, cafes, and galleries in Cork City’s colorful streets, or catch a performance at the renowned Cork Opera House.

Experience the energy of Cork City, where historic charm meets modern amenities. From bustling markets to world-class restaurants and lively pubs, there’s always something new to explore. Plus, with a thriving arts scene and plenty of cultural events throughout the year, you’ll never be short of entertainment options.

For Culinary Excellence

Cork is renowned as Ireland’s food capital, boasting an eclectic mix of traditional Irish fare, international cuisines, and innovative culinary creations. From hearty Irish stews and fresh seafood delights to artisanal cheeses and indulgent desserts, Cork’s food scene is sure to satisfy every palate.


For Heritage

Immerse yourself in Cork’s rich cultural heritage and vibrant arts scene. Explore historic landmarks like the iconic Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the legendary Blarney Stone for the gift of eloquence, or wander through the picturesque village of Kinsale, known as the “Gourmet Capital of Ireland.” With festivals celebrating everything from literature and music to food and film, there’s always something exciting happening in Cork.

For a Sense of Community

Experience the warmth and hospitality of Cork’s tight-knit community. Whether you’re cheering on the local hurling team at Páirc Uí Chaoimh or joining a trad session in a traditional Irish pub, you’ll feel like part of the family from day one. With countless clubs, societies, and community events to choose from, building meaningful connections and forging lifelong friendships is easy in Cork.

Cork is known for its warm hospitality and inclusive spirit, ensuring that newcomers feel welcome and valued from the moment they arrive. Whether you’re relocating from another country or another county, you’ll find a supportive community ready to embrace you and help you settle into your new home.

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