The Dutch health care system is one of the best in the world. For a long time, European care professionals have been working in this country to build their careers as a nurse or as a doctor.
Forecasts predict that there will be more than enough jobs in the next 30 years in the Netherlands.
THE QUALITY OF THE CARE SERVICES:
If we look closely, care services are provided by multi-disciplinary teams. Doctors, psychologists, elderly care specialists, nurses, and health care assistants create a care-live plan for each specific patient and provide a close follow-up to ensure the effectiveness of the plan. We consider it is an excellent opportunity for inexperienced nurses to integrate an experienced team.
The Netherlands is a region with great infrastructure. In only 2 hours by car or by train, you can get to all the different airports in the country.
The Netherlands isn’t just about the cheese, wooden shoes, and flowers. It has lots of terraces, restaurants, pubs, and a bustling nightlife as well as a rich cultural scene with museums, theaters, opera houses, cinemas, and literature. Because of the vast amounts of fresh and salty waters, it is the place for outdoor sports lovers. Sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, paddleboarding, and kite surfing. The flat landscape makes it ideal for biking and there are special bike lanes everywhere. The Dutch ride bikes whenever it is possible. The capital of Amsterdam is a cultural hotspot with beautiful 17th-century houses and canals.
WHAT TO DO:
The Netherlands is also known for its numerous spring and summer festivals. Amsterdam Dance Event in October, for instance, is world-famous. “Zwarte cross” is a yearly 65.000 people festival with live concerts and motorbike races. Besides Zwarte cross, the region has many other festivals and indoor events throughout the year. Therefore, every weekend there are nice places to discover.
The eastern part of the Netherlands has large green areas. There are beautiful walking trails such as “Pieterpad”. Once there are no mountains or big hills in the country, you can go jogging and biking everywhere. The “Veluwe” is the biggest Dutch nature reserve. Mountain biking and walking is great in the Veluwe and almost everywhere else in the east. There are plenty of places for watersports. The eastern part is close to the German border. Daytrips to Germany and other parts of the Netherlands are made easily. Zwolle, Deventer, Giethoorn, Apeldoorn, Arnhem, Hengelo, Enschede and Nijmegen are beautiful nearby cities.
Vitae Professionals is recruiting Nurses to work in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands has one of the best health care systems in the world, and also a lot of opportunities to enjoy life. Is the country of terraces, restaurants, pubs, bustling nightlife, museums, theaters, cinemas, literature, sports in the water, large green areas, and festivals...
This employer is offering great support throughout the recruitment process.
Excellent benefits. Check the offer below:
- Free Dutch training (A1-B1) - 3 months;
- Accommodation and meals during the training period:
- Language exam;
- Accommodation for free for 1 year and a half after start working;
- Free traveling from home to your work;
- 25 (paid) days for holidays + 7 special free days
- Every year in May you get an extra 8% of your annual salary.
- Nursing degree in Europe;
- Good English level;
- Available for language training.