RANPs - Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioners - are the highest level of clinical experts in the nursing profession in Ireland.
54k > 65k
Specially qualified professional who measures hearing, diagnoses and advises on the management of hearing disorders, and supplies and fits hearing aids and other hearing devices to suit individual needs. Otherwise known as a Hearing Technician.
30k > 56k
Swimming Pool Technician
Service and maintain pools, spas and hot tubs in homes, gyms, hotels and leisure centres, making sure they are safe for bathers.
19k > 41k
Trained to relate to and treat people who are distressed and works to alleviate personal suffering and encourage change.
24k > 43k
Paramedic / Emergency Medical Technician
Administers first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in pre-hospital settings.
25k > 40k
Respiratory physiology technicians use technical equipment to measure the function and efficiency of a patient's breathing system.
33k > 56k
Radiographer - Diagnostic
Specialist trained in the use of radiological equipment, including X-ray, CT and MRI scans to take pictures of parts of the body where illness or injury is known or suspected.
32k > 51k
Work with clients to improve their sporting performance and general health using their knowledge of areas such as physiology, biomechanics and psychology.
18k > 52k
Community Resource Worker - Visual Impairment
Community Resource workers provide a range of services to people with visual impairments supporting their practical and emotional skills.
25k > k
Ambulance Assistant / Intermediate Care Operative
Drivers providing the routine, non-emergency transport of patients, who are often older adults or people with disabilities, to and from hospitals.