Over the years, MMA has guided thousands of AHPs like you, providing experts and support every step of the way. When you choose MMA, you're joining more than just a recruitment service. You become a part of our global family of AHPs, collaborating to address the Irish AHPs needs. Your professional growth and success are our priorities.
Once you are approved for our Ireland AHPs program, we will help you with everything you need to relocate to Ireland, such as your AHP's visa, screening, Ireland registration and passing the registration process.
CORU is the regulatory body for healthcare professionals in Ireland. All healthcare professionals must be registered with CORU, ensuring they meet standards of competency and conduct.
The CORU registration includes creating a user account, filling out details including personal information, qualifications, career history, regulatory or professional membership, and paying a €100 fee.
Various types of work permits are available, including the Critical Skills Employment Permit, General Employment Permit, Intra-Company Transfer Permit, Working Holiday Authorization, Stamp 1, and Stamp 4 permissions. The choice depends on your qualifications, job type, and other factors.
Allied Health Professionals in Ireland, particularly in shortage occupations, can expect salaries as follows: Clinical Psychologists earn €53,021 – €107,178, Speech and Language Therapists earn €37,522 – €64,381, Occupational Therapists earn €37,522 – €64,380, and Radiographers earn €36,038 – €63,899, with variations based on experience and seniority. These figures reflect the demand and importance of these roles in the healthcare system.
MMA Healthcare Recruitment provides job placement assistance by offering access to various openings, aiding with applications, and giving relocation guidance. They can help with work permits, professional registration, and settling in Ireland, including accommodation and understanding of local laws. For detailed services, contacting MMA directly is recommended.
Yes, your family can accompany you. They may be eligible to work or attend school, subject to specific requirements. For work, consult INIS for conditions and permits. Schools, both government and private, are available for children. Bring all school records for easier placement.