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Fellow in Paediatric Anaesthesiology

Children's Health Ireland
Dublin, Leinster (IE)
Closing date
15 Mar 2024


Children’s Health Ireland Fellowship Program

The Department of Anaesthesia welcomes you to the Paediatric Fellowship Program at Children’s Health Ireland.

We are a collegial department of dedicated clinicians, committed to providing the best care possible to children of all backgrounds.

We are offering a new and unique Fellowship program, offering our Fellow exposure to all Paediatric Specialities.

The successful candidate will be based at CHI Crumlin, with an option of spending time at CHI Temple Street and the Irish Paediatric Acute Transport Service. In 2025, these historic hospitals sites will amalgamate into the new Children’s Hospital.

Application process:

One 12 month contract available from July 2024.

Eligibility to register with the Irish Medical Council is a prerequisite, and the successful candidates will have completed their specialist training (Post- CCST) by the starting date of the fellowship.

The applicant should provide evidence of their interest and experience in Audit, QI and or clinical research.

Applicants should submit a well-formatted CV and a cover letter with information on how the Paediatric Anaesthesia Fellowship program would contribute to their career plans and their desired start date.

Applications for the above posts must be submitted via the career page only. Applicants will be shortlisted based on information supplied in the CV, Covering Letter & Questionnaire information submitted.

Applications must be completed through the advertised post on by clicking ‘Apply for Job’.

Applications will not be accepted through direct email or any other method.

For enquiries, please contact:

Dr David Greaney ( or Dr Andras Kelecsenyi (

For queries relating to this recruitment process, please contact the Medical Recruitment team by email at:

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