how to get work in spain

  1. 0 Hi there
    I am a newly qualified Adult RN. My family have recently moved to the Costa Blanca area and have informed me that there are English hospitals that need English nurses. My partner and i have 3 children and would be relying on me to be the main wage earner. Is there anyone out there who can give me any information on where to begin in finding a job in the hospitals. I am embarking on learning spanish which i presume is necessary even in an English hospital. I would be grateful for any help in which direction i need to take.
    Many thanks
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  3. Visit  sarahlou profile page

    About sarahlou

    From 'South East England, UK'; 42 Years Old; Joined Dec '04; Posts: 4.

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  4. Visit  traumaRUs profile page
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    There's an American US military hospital in Madrid. Good luck - Spain is beautiful!
  5. Visit  Ari RN profile page
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    Hello and Welcome to the All Nurses Family!
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    Quote from traumaRUs
    There's an American US military hospital in Madrid. Good luck - Spain is beautiful!
    Hi, thanks for that info. Sounds like a good option.
  7. Visit  suzanne4 profile page
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    The first thing that you will need to do is get a license that allows you to practise as a nurse in Spain. I recommend that you check with their equivalent of a Board of Nursing. More than likely you will be required to take a licensing examination in Spanish, just as you would if you went to any other country and wished a licnese there.

    Good luck.....please let us know how it works out for you............
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    Quote from suzanne4
    The first thing that you will need to do is get a license that allows you to practise as a nurse in Spain. I recommend that you check with their equivalent of a Board of Nursing. More than likely you will be required to take a licensing examination in Spanish, just as you would if you went to any other country and wished a licnese there.

    Good luck.....please let us know how it works out for you............
    Hi Suzanne, That is a big help so thankyou for that. I will hurry up and sort out my Spanish lessons too. Take care
  9. Visit  A.Soliel profile page
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    Quote from sarahlou
    Hi Suzanne, That is a big help so thankyou for that. I will hurry up and sort out my Spanish lessons too. Take care
    Hey.....I was wondering if I could get a job in Rota, Naval base as a civilian nurse, and if so....how? Could any of you offer any suggestions? Thanks!
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    Quote from sarahlou
    Hi, thanks for that info. Sounds like a good option.
    Could I get a job as a civilian nurse in Rota, Naval hospital, and if so...how? Any suggestions?
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    Quote from a.soliel
    could i get a job as a civilian nurse in rota, naval hospital, and if so...how? any suggestions?
    hi there, unfortunately i cannot offer you any information that would be of help, sorry! i am still in the thought process of what move to make as regards relocating. i hope that somebody else can offer you some support . good luck anyway.


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