Job for Nurses in Sweden

Job for nurses in Sweden

Country: Sweden

City: Gothenburg (Göteborg)

Hospital: Sahlgrenska University Hospital



We are seeking to employ registered nurses - educated within EU/EES and in possess of a European citizenship with some experience and interest for working in one of following departments at our university hospital:

Geriatrics Neurology Medicine Pulmonary medicine


Our offer to registered nurses:

Work in a highly specialized university hospital, one of northern Europe´s largest hospital`s with about 17000 employees In lovely Gothenburg, the second city of Sweden, situated at the southern west coast, with about 600 000 inhabitants Newly graduated salary: 2400 €/month/ fulltime

(+ extra for nights/weekend shifts, approx. 240 €/month)

Permanent positions Payday every 25:th of the month Minimum 25 days of paid holiday Annual salary raise Individual competence plan (how do you want to develop?) Free primary care Wellness benefits, 1500 SEK/year for buying a gym card, yoga, massage… Old age pension savings Possibilities for sub specialisation, research/development projects, leader positions Internal education and peer-to-peer learning Free Swedish language training Help with finding accommodation for first 12 months Establishment Support from HR-department, Welcome Services Invitations to social events over the year to build up network and get to know new friends in your new hometown


For more information/application - Send your CV + a motivational letter to:



Nursing in Sweden


Swedish hospitals and public health care centres are looking for medical specialists

Healthcare in Sweden is a public responsibility, financed primarily through taxes and performed by county councils and municipalities.


License to practice as a nurse responsible for general care

If you want to work as a nurse responsible for general care in Sweden, you need a Swedish licence. You need to get your qualifications recognised and you need to have language skills in Swedish, Danish or Norwegian.

You apply for a license to practice at The National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen).


Nursing training in Sweden:

Nurse within general care

Basic training – 3 years at University/College

Specialised nursing – 12 to 18 month additional training within following areas:

Intensive care ● Anaesthetic nursing ● Operating room nursing ●Pre-hospital nursing ●Surgical nursing ● Oncological nursing ●Paediatric care ● Psychiatric care ●Primary health care ● Geriatric care● Midwife●



Radiology nurse – 3 years at University/College


Other useful addresses

The National Board of Health and Welfare:

Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions:

The Swedish Association of Health Professionals:



Nursing education in Sweden:

Information about Sweden:

Swedish National Job Portal:


Contact EURES Sweden