Exciting nursing positions available in Inderøy, Norway.
Inderøy kommune which is located in the middle of Norway, is looking for nurses to work in home care services and in our nursing homes for seniors. We are looking for qualified nurses who are willing to relocate for a minimum of two years. This would be an ideal assignment for persons who are sporty, adventuresome and who enjoys all that our nature has to offer. Inderøy is as rural community full of Nordic history and culture.
Salary expectations in Norway.
Last year nurses that were employed by local councils received an average before tax salary of NOK 523 404. This rate is for nurses that have more than 10 and less than 16 years of experience. These numbers include both permanent and variable bonuses. The normal bonuses are locally negotiated and include f. ex. bonus for night and weekend shifts.
Inderøy which is an in land council enjoys relative warm summers and cold winters. It is located about 15 minuttes from Trondheim Airport which has daily flights to Amsterdam ( 2 hrs 1m in flight time). To drive to down town Trondheim (pop. 200 000) will take you about 1.5 hours.
Norway, is a country of north western Europe that occupies the western half of the Scandinavian Peninsula. It borders with Sweden, Finland and Russia.
Nearly half of the inhabitants of the country live in the far south, in the region around Oslo the capital. About two-thirds of Norway is mountainous, and off its much-indented coastline lie, carved by deep glacial fjords, some 50,000 islands. Norway, with its population of just over 5 million, is one of the three Scandinavian countries. It is ranked as one of the best countries to live in and has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. All the more reason to work in Norway. The country has been ranked as ‘the best country to live in’ by the United Nations Human Development Report. This ranking is based on average levels of education and income, combined with life expectancy, but also factors such as human rights and cultural freedom. Norway is also rated high for its literacy rate, educational levels and material wealth. In addition, Norway has one of the best welfare systems in the world.
Although it occupies almost the same degrees of latitude as Alaska, Norway owes its warmer climate to the Norwegian Current (the northeastern extension of the Gulf Stream), which carries four to five million tons of tropical water per second into the surrounding seas. This current usually keeps the fjords from freezing, even in the Arctic Finnmark region. Even more important are the southerly air currents brought in above these warm waters, especially during the winter.