Spontaneous application nursing pool
Looking for a change or interested in learning about another hospital?
Write us an e-mail email@example.com and tell us your name and function (FaGe/Dipl.PF). That's all you need! We will contact you immediately and discuss the further procedure.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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If you have already applied to us, you have the corresponding access data. This login will take you to your profile.
Are you interested in working at Männedorf Hospital but cannot find a suitable offer in our vacancies? We will be happy to review your spontaneous application. Please tell us your concrete ideas and goals and enter your application dossier in our job portal. The following documents are required:
- Letter of motivation
- Job references, diplomas and qualifications
Please note that physical files will not be returned, but destroyed.
Unfortunately, we cannot consider spontaneous applications for apprenticeships. The advertisements will be published from August of the current year.
Are you a personnel service provider and would like to refer applications for vacancies to us? Then apply for access to our job portal: firstname.lastname@example.org
If we approve your application, you will then receive personal access data with which you can submit applications for open positions on our job portal at any time.
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Applicants from abroad
Do you want to realize your career in Switzerland? Professionals from abroad are very welcome at Männedorf Hospital. Fluency in written and spoken German is an important requirement here.
Since November 1, 1998, the "dual recruitment system" has applied to the admission of foreigners wishing to take up gainful employment in Switzerland: The Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons, in force since June 1, 2002, means priority for the admission of gainfully employed persons from the EU/EFTA on the one hand, and leads to a restrictive admission policy for specialized and qualified workers from the other countries on the other.
In order to obtain a work permit, you must report to the residents' registration office of the municipality in which you will be living before you start work. Please take your valid ID and your employment contract/confirmation of employment with you.
For nurses and medical-technical-therapeutic professions (MTTB)
By three months after your employment at the latest, your foreign diploma must have been recognized by the Swiss Red Cross. On the SRC website you will find the procedure for recognition.
Regarding the recognition of your title, please read the guide of the Swiss Medical Association (in German).
Internship in nursing service
Finally get going after school! If you want to gain practical experience in the nursing profession, you have come to the right place. An internship in the nursing service gives an in-depth insight into the professional field of nursing and supports the decision to choose a career (duration: 3-6 months).
Information & Registration
Susanne Lipp, Assistant Head of Nursing
+41 44 922 28 01
In order to make the career decision easier for those interested, we organize two-day insight days into the nursing professions starting in the second upper school. Current dates can be found on our registration form. For further information, please contact our training team: email@example.com, +41 44 922 28 20
An insight day in the area of OR management and special wards can be arranged individually: firstname.lastname@example.org, +41 44 922 25 45
We also offer internships for students of medicine, nutrition and dietetics, physiotherapy, social work and midwifery. Career orientation internships in our daycare center, training internships in our hospital laboratory and trial internships in radiology round off the offer. You can find more information under the respective training areas.
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Part-time positions for the compatibility of work, family and free time
Trainees per year
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