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  • 03/12/2021 18:13 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    TOWARDS HEALING IS RECRUITING FOR THE POSITION OF COUNSELLING MANAGER.


    This is a 4 day /week role with a wide span of diverse responsibilities reporting to the Director of Services. The role requires an experienced professional who can operate with strong clinical expertise as well as management and leadership.

    Towards Healing is a non-government charitable organisation, which supports survivors of institutional, clerical and religious abuse on the island of Ireland. Its mission is to enable survivors to recover, heal and rebuild their lives by providing free professional counselling and other supports to them and their family members.

    Towards Healing seeks to recruit an experienced Counselling Manager to develop and deliver an excellent counselling service for our service users. The Counselling Manager is responsible for clinical oversight of Towards Healing services and in particular the contracted counsellors who provide counselling directly to clients

    Qualifications

    1. Hold a qualification at Level 7 or higher on the QQI framework in a human science discipline (medical, psychological, social, educational) or equivalent

    2. Hold a degree or post-graduate qualification in counselling, or psychotherapy recognised by IAHIP, IACP, or one of the three other modalities of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP)

    3. Have full accredited membership with IAHIP, IACP or one of the three other modalities of ICP,

    or full member of the Clinical or Counselling Psychology Division of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI).

    Application

    • A cover letter and CV addressing the required competencies outlined in the Job description should be sent by email to recruitment@towardshealing.ie

    • Closing date for applications is Thursday 9th January 2022

    • Applications should be marked clearly: Counselling Manager Role


  • 03/12/2021 18:05 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Suicide or Survive is a nationwide Irish charity focused on breaking down the stigma associated with mental health issues and ensuring those affected have access to quality recovery services that are right for the individual.


    We are working to build a society where people embrace their mental health wellness and those with difficulties are treated with dignity and respect, and experience a service that offers hope, a safe place and a positive future.

    SOS is leading the way through active collaboration which we believe will drive positive social change. SOS is currently recruiting for a Clinical Programme Manager.

    The purpose of the role of the Clinical Programme Manager is to manage and develop the SOS Programmes ensuring they are delivered within the ethos of SOS. They will be directly responsible for overseeing and managing clinical issues that may arise on all programmes. Reporting directly to the CEO this role ensures quality in programme delivery and consistency in approach

    • Promote and maintain the ethos of SOS which is rooted in genuineness understanding, respect and acceptance
    • Monitor and support facilitators in the delivery of safe, high quality education programmes
    • Directly responsible for the development and expansion of SOS programmes to ensure they meet the needs of service users, and are in line with best practice in suicide prevention and mental health promotion
    • Ensuring best practice in clinical governance across all programmes
    • Ensuring all facilitators attend and make effective use of supervision
    • Oversee participant assessments and manage risk, ensuring best practice in line with our service model and ensure that risk management strategies are implemented and reviewed as needed
    • People management including Facilitators
    • Oversee staff and facilitator training, inductions, and record completion
    • Oversee file management in-line with GDPR, data protection and confidentiality
    • Act as a SOS Clinical Representative in the local community as required and agreed by the CEO
    • Consult and collaborate with the National Programmes Coordinator and CEO
    • Escalate areas of concern to the CEO
    • Evaluate, update and implement all policies and procedures and monitor and ensure compliance by all staff and facilitators
    • Facilitate SOS programmes
    • Work within an agreed budget

    Experience and Qualifications:

    • Qualifications to a minimum of Level 9 (Masters level) in Psychology/ Psychotherapy

    • Be fully accredited with IACP, BACP, IAHIP, FTAI, IAPTP, APPI, APCP, NAPCP, PSI, IAHIP or ICP.
    • Experience of working in mental health in general and suicide prevention in particular
    • Experience of programme development and facilitation
    • A minimum of two years supervisory or management experience
    • Proficient in using Microsoft Office
    • Experience of working with a broad cross section of staff and professionals, across agencies/communities
    • Be interested in and demonstrate a belief and enthusiasm for the work of SOS
    • Experience with databases an advantage (e.g. Salesforce CRM)

    Job Specification

    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills
    • Strong CRM system skills
    • Understanding of the digital environment
    • Excellent writing skills

    Full-time, permanent role. This is not an exhaustive list of duties. An offer will be made subject to Garda Vetting and reference checks.

    All applications to be sent to recruitment@sucideorsurvive.ie. The closing date is 12 noon on 22nd December 2021 with first round interviews to be held w/c 17th of January 2022.


  • 05/11/2021 14:07 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Aware: About us:

    Aware, the national mental health organisation providing support, education and information for people impacted by depression, bipolar disorder and related mood conditions, wishes to recruit a number of Mental Health Professional Trainers, to deliver the organisation’s new Living Well With Bipolar Disorder Programme, based in the following areas of the country only;

    Cork

    Galway

    Limerick

    Dublin

    (Please note, this is not a full time role; a commitment to deliver a minimum of 2 complete Living Well With Bipolar Disorder programmes, per 6 month contract, is required).

    ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

    Qualified and experienced Mental Health Professionals, with training experience, are invited to apply, e.g., Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Psychiatric Social Workers, RPN (please note candidates must have a professional qualification gained from a minimum 3 year course). All applicants need to have experience dealing with people who have experienced depression and / or bipolar disorder.

    ABOUT THE BIPOLAR DISORDER SUPPORT PROGRAMME

    The overall objective of Aware’s new Living Well with Bipolar Disorder Programme is to provide people who experience bipolar disorder, and the people who support them, with opportunities to understand and manage it effectively. The programme is delivered in a safe and confidential environment. The programme allows participant’s to proactively deepen their understanding of the impact of bipolar disorder on them, and people who support them.

    Due to the nature of the programme content and target audience, it is essential that applicants for this role have significant knowledge and understanding of bipolar disorder. Applicants also need to have the ability to demonstrate empathy, be able to identify with the audience and the various challenges they may have faced/be facing with a recent and/or long-term diagnosis of bipolar disorder.

    ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS REQUIRED:

    • Extensive knowledge and experience of dealing with people who have bipolar disorder (minimum of 3 years).

    • A deep understanding of the emotional and psychological impact of this condition.

    • Experience delivering and facilitating interactive training to groups of up to 15 adults.

    • Very strong communication and facilitation skills in the virtual sphere as well as in a face-to-face environment.

    • Strong proficiency in use of Zoom.

    • Knowledge of CBT and its applications.

    ADDITIONAL ESSENTIAL CRITERIA:

    1. Professional qualification in a mental health discipline, e.g. Psychology, Psychotherapy, Counselling, RPN, etc., which meet the requirements of your disciplines professional body, i.e. PSI, IACP, IAHIP.

    2. A minimum of three years’ relevant mental health experience

    3. Extensive experience of delivering training programmes/workshops to groups

    4. A clean full driving license and own transport

    5. Must own the necessary equipment conducive to training/presenting, i.e., laptop, projector and speakers

    6. Required to be self-employed and will be hired on a sessional basis only

    7. Required to hold professional indemnity insurance & Public liability insurance

    8. Excellent IT skills

    9. Garda clearance will be required

    10. Provision of two references

    11. Completion, or evidence of completion, of the HSE ‘Children First’, “Safeguarding Adults at Risk of Abuse”. E-learning Modules will be required

    Full and comprehensive training will be provided by Aware to those candidates selected from the interview process.

    We are planning for this programme to be delivered in-person, as well as virtually via Zoom. You may be required to deliver the programme using either, or both, of these delivery options.

    More information on this education programme is available on Aware’s website; www.aware.ie

    For information on this role, the criteria required to be considered as a Mental Health Professional Trainer, and the option to apply, please go to www.aware.ie/workwithus

    Closing date for applications: Friday 19th November 2021

    Please note, you will be contacted only if you are shortlisted to attend an interview.

    Training Date:

    Formal training will be held for successful candidates post interview process, with the need to be available to attend training and commence delivery of the Living Well With Bipolar Disorder Programme shortly after completion of training.


  • 29/10/2021 17:40 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    One Family is recruiting for the position of Counselling Manager as our current manager is retiring.

    This role is a 5 day/week role including a minimum of one day of direct counselling with service users. It is a busy role, with a wide span of diverse responsibilities reporting to the CEO. The role requires an experienced professional who can operate with strong clinical expertise as well as management and leadership.

    One Family

    Ireland’s national organisation for one-parent families is recruiting a Counselling Manager. One Family is Ireland’s organisation for people parenting alone, sharing parenting or separating. We provide support, information and specialist family support services to all members of all one-parent families, as well as to those experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and to professionals working with one-parent families. One Family’s vision is that every family in Ireland will be cherished equally, and will enjoy the social, financial and legal equality to create their own positive future.

    One Family would like to recruit an experienced Counselling Manager to develop and deliver an excellent counselling service for our service users. The Counselling Manager is responsible for the appropriate funding and staffing of all aspects of the service including: Unplanned Pregnancy and Post Abortion Counselling / General Adult and Adolescent Counselling/ Creative Therapies/Counselling Support Service. Services are provided to people individually and in couples where appropriate in line with our Strategic Plan 2019-2021 and future strategies.

    Job Description

    Management of service

    • To manage and develop the Counselling Service in line with the organisation’s strategic plan
    • To manage the Separating Well for Children service and relevant staff as determined by the service model
    • To liaise with funding agencies and other staff around funding requirements and to seek additional funding where possible
    • To ensure the provision of a qualified, trained and supported team of counsellors
    • To provide support, supervision and training to other staff as required
    • To work with other staff to provide counselling expertise and training as required internally and externally
    • To ensure all best practice policies and procedures are in place for the One Family Counselling Service
    • To promote the services offered by the Counselling Service
    • To represent One Family externally where appropriate
    • To develop and maintain positive relationships with other service agencies
    • Develop and provide professional development training to external stakeholders if required

    Delivery of Counselling

    • The Counselling Manager is clinically responsible for all services within the Counselling Service in One Family
    • To deliver counselling to clients in the areas of Crisis Pregnancy Counselling, Post-Abortion Counselling and Counselling for adult all members of one parent families, and other CS strands, within the agreed ethos of the One Family Counselling Service
    • Ensuring prompt and active management of Counselling Service waiting lists

    Other

    • To maintain all statistics and produce reports as required on the work undertaken
    • To contribute to One Family publications where appropriate
    • To be responsible for the completion of administrative work associated with the post of Counselling Manager
    • To attend all required staff meetings, trainings and development days
    • Development of and participation in OF Teams / Management Team / Service Team Development work
    • To participate in supervision and reviews with the One Family CEO
    • To undertake other areas of work where necessary or as requested by the CEO

    The Counselling Manager will be responsible to the CEO of One Family on a daily basis and will be subject to all the Policies and Procedures of One Family.

    Person Specification

    Essential Skills include:

    • A minimum of 5 years extensive counselling experience post accreditation
    • A supervisory qualification
    • Have a relevant counselling /psychotherapy qualification and be an accredited member of a relevant body
    • Have a strong knowledge of counselling ethics and practice
    • A knowledge and experience of the provision of telephone and online counselling
    • A minimum 5 years experience in service and/or staff management
    • Experience of building and developing strong working relationships within a service team.
    • Experience leading, managing and motivating a staff team.
    • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written.
    • Self-starter with a process improvement mindset.
    • Willingness to learn and adapt and encourages the same in others.
    • Flexible, with ability to work on own initiative and co-operatively.

    Terms of Role

    The post is for 5 days per week, and is currently delivered remotely although this will change as public health restrictions lift. Flexibility can be offered and expected on when these hours are delivered. The full time (35 hour week) salary scale is €42.8k – €50,286 based on skills and experience with good annual leave and other terms & conditions

    A cover letter and CV addressing the required competencies should be sent by email to kkiernan@onefamily.ie

    Closing date for applications is 5pm on 17th November 2021.

    Applications should be marked clearly: Counselling Manager Role

    Interviews will be held in the following weeks.

    One Family is an equal opportunities employer | www.onefamily.ie


  • 29/10/2021 17:31 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Role: Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist – Nationwide


    We currently have a number a roles available across our centre’s nationally for experienced Child & Adolescent Psychotherapists including:

    • Dublin South: 25-hour contract

    • Lucan: 15, 20, 25 hour contracts

    • Ballyfermot: 15-hour contract

    • Galway: 15,20, 25 hour contracts

    • Tuam: 25-hour contract

    • Cork: 15,20, 25 hour contracts

    • Limerick: 20-hour contract

    • Waterford: 20-hour contract

    • Cavan/Monaghan: 20-hour contract

    · 25 hours per week over 5 days (including x1 evening) €39,000 per annum

    · 20 hours per week over 4 days (including x1 evening) €31,200 per annum

    · 15 hours per week over 3 days (including x1 evening) €23,400 per annum

    Role & Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to children & adolescents who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide.

    • Conduct face to face risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate

    • Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions

    • Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines

    • Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required

    • Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce

    • Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month

    • Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required

    • Maintain professional and personal boundaries

    • Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary

    • Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Education, Skills & Experience Required:

    • A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology.

    • Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with IACP, BACP, IAHIP, FTAI, IAPTP, APPI, APCP, NAPCP, PSI or ICP.

    • Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement

    • Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.

    • Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement

    • Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize

    • Strong interpersonal & communication skills

    • Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team

    • Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritize competing demands

    • Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations

    • Ability to fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015

    Note: Garda Vetting is required (of the successful candidates) for all positions.

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter outlining your location, contract preference and particular suitability to the role with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 12th November 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 29/10/2021 17:21 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Role: Psychotherapists / Counselling Psychologists – Nationwide


    We currently have a number a roles available across our centre’s nationally including:

    • Lucan: 15, 20, 25 hour contracts
    • Galway: 15,20, 25 hour contracts
    • Tuam: 25-hour contract
    • Waterford: 20-hour contract
    • Cavan/Monaghan: 20-hour contract

    Salary

    • 25 hours per week over 5 days (including x1 evening) €39,000 per annum
    • 20 hours per week over 4 days (including x1 evening) €31,200 per annum
    • 15 hours per week over 3 days (including x1 evening) €23,400 per annum

    Role & Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Therapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to individuals who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide.

    • Conduct face to face risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
    • Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions
    • Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
    • Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required
    • Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce
    • Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month
    • Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required
    • Maintain professional and personal boundaries
    • Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary
    • Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Education, Skills & Experience Required:

    • A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology.
    • Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with IACP, BACP, IAHIP, FTAI, IAPTP, APPI, APCP, NAPCP, PSI or ICP.
    • Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement
    • Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.
    • Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement
    • Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize
    • Strong interpersonal & communication skills
    • Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
    • Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritize competing demands
    • Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations
    • Ability to fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015

    Note: Garda Vetting is required (of the successful candidates) for all positions.

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter outlining your location, contract preference and particular suitability to the role with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 12th November 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 29/10/2021 17:19 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Sessional Psychotherapists/Counselling Psychologists – Lucan, Ballyfermot & Waterford Centres


    Locations: Lucan, Ballyfermot & Waterford Centres

    • Sessional Basis – x4 hour shifts over 2 days
    • Rate of pay €55 per hour/session

    Role & Responsibilities:

    We are currently recruiting for a sessional therapist who will be called on to provide cover in our Lucan and Ballyfermot centre’s. Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Therapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to individuals who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide. We provide counselling for both Adults and children, experience of working with U18’s is essential.

    • Conduct face to face risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
    • Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions
    • Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
    • Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required
    • Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce
    • Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month
    • Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required
    • Maintain professional and personal boundaries
    • Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary
    • Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Education, Skills & Experience Required:

    • A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology
    • Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with IACP, BACP, IAHIP, FTAI, IAPTP, APPI, APCP, NAPCP, PSI or ICP
    • Ability to engage adults and children in assessment and therapeutic work
    • Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement
    • Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.
    • Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement
    • Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize
    • Strong interpersonal & communication skills
    • Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
    • Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritize competing demands
    • Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations
    • Ability to fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter outlining your location, contract preference and particular suitability to the role with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 12th November 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 29/10/2021 17:15 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Role: Lead Therapist – Dublin South & Ballyfermot


    • Location: This role supports the Tallaght and Ballyfermot centres
    • Salary: €58,800
    • Hours: 40 hours per week (Evening and weekend work will be required)
    • Contract Type: Permanent, full-time
    • Annual Leave: 26 days per annum

    Role and Responsibilities:

    The role of the Lead Therapist is to manage Therapists and Centre Administrations and oversee therapy and clinical issues that may arise. Reporting directly to the Regional Manager this role ensures quality in service delivery and consistency in approach.

    This role will include, but not be limited to the following:

    • Promote and maintain the ethos of Pieta which is rooted in compassion and care
    • Monitor and support therapists in the delivery of safe, high quality therapeutic interventions
    • Ensuring best practice in clinical governance, up to date accreditation and insurance
    • Ensuring all therapists attend individual and group supervision
    • Oversee client assessments and risk assessments, ensuring best practice, and supporting access to the service in line with our service model and ensure that risk management strategies are implemented and reviewed as needed
    • People management including Therapists and Centre Administrators
    • Probation and performance management and individual management support meetings
    • Oversee staff training, inductions, rostering and record completion
    • Oversee file management in-line with GDPR, data protection and confidentiality
    • Act as a Pieta Clinical Representative in the local community as required and agreed by Regional Manager
    • Consult and collaborate with Regional Manager
    • Escalate areas of concern to Regional Manager
    • Implement all policies and procedures and monitor and ensure compliance by all staff
    • Work closely with operations department to ensure Health & Safety compliance in centres/with staff
    • Liaise with Regional Support Coordinator and Regional Manager for appropriate allocation of clients and waiting lists
    • Maintain an agreed clinical caseload
    • Work within an agreed budget

    Essential Education, Skills and Experience:

    • Be fully accredited with IACP, IAHIP, PSI, NAPCP or equivalent
    • A minimum of two years supervisory or management experience
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Proficient in using Microsoft Office
    • Experience of working with a broad cross section of staff and professionals, across agencies/communities
    • Be interested in and demonstrate a belief and enthusiasm for the work of Pieta
    • Experience with databases an advantage (e.g. Salesforce CRM)

    Applications for this post should be made via the website or by email to recruitment@pieta.ie by 10th November 2021. Please attach a CV and cover letter outlining your particular suitability to the role.

    Please Note: Garda Vetting is required of the successful candidate

    PIETA HOUSE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 29/10/2021 16:33 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Role: Lead Therapist – Tralee

    • Location: Tralee
    • Salary: €58,800
    • Hours: 40 hours per week (Evening and weekend work will be required)
    • Contract Type: Permanent, full-time
    • Annual Leave: 26 days per annum

    Role and Responsibilities:

    The role of the Lead Therapist is to manage Therapists and Centre Administrations and oversee therapy and clinical issues that may arise. Reporting directly to the Regional Manager this role ensures quality in service delivery and consistency in approach.

    This role will include, but not be limited to the following:

    • Promote and maintain the ethos of Pieta which is rooted in compassion and care
    • Monitor and support therapists in the delivery of safe, high quality therapeutic interventions
    • Ensuring best practice in clinical governance, up to date accreditation and insurance
    • Ensuring all therapists attend individual and group supervision
    • Oversee client assessments and risk assessments, ensuring best practice, and supporting access to the service in line with our service model and ensure that risk management strategies are implemented and reviewed as needed
    • People management including Therapists and Centre Administrators
    • Probation and performance management and individual management support meetings
    • Oversee staff training, inductions, rostering and record completion
    • Oversee file management in-line with GDPR, data protection and confidentiality
    • Act as a Pieta Clinical Representative in the local community as required and agreed by Regional Manager
    • Consult and collaborate with Regional Manager
    • Escalate areas of concern to Regional Manager
    • Implement all policies and procedures and monitor and ensure compliance by all staff
    • Work closely with operations department to ensure Health & Safety compliance in centres/with staff
    • Liaise with Regional Support Coordinator and Regional Manager for appropriate allocation of clients and waiting lists
    • Maintain an agreed clinical caseload
    • Work within an agreed budget

    Essential Education, Skills and Experience:

    • Be fully accredited with IACP, IAHIP, PSI, NAPCP or equivalent
    • A minimum of two years supervisory or management experience
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Proficient in using Microsoft Office
    • Experience of working with a broad cross section of staff and professionals, across agencies/communities
    • Be interested in and demonstrate a belief and enthusiasm for the work of Pieta
    • Experience with databases an advantage (e.g. Salesforce CRM)

    Applications for this post should be made via the website or by email to recruitment@pieta.ie by 10th November 2021. Please attach a CV and cover letter outlining your particular suitability to the role.

    Please Note: Garda Vetting is required of the successful candidate

    PIETA HOUSE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


  • 29/10/2021 16:29 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    • Location: Remote
    • Hours: x4 hour shifts (working a maximum of 20 hours per week) between Monday – Friday 9am-9pm and Saturday 9am-2pm.
    • Rate of pay: €55 per hour/session
    • We are currently recruiting for sessional therapist’s working on our remote team who are able to remote phone and video therapy to our clients. We provide counselling for both Adults and children, experience of working with U18’s is essential.

    Role & Responsibilities:

    Reporting directly to the Lead Therapist the role of the Therapist is to provide professional and compassionate therapeutic support to individuals who are in suicidal or self-harm crisis, and those bereaved by suicide.

    • Conduct risk & suitability assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
    • Provide evidence informed, brief, strengths based & goal focused interventions
    • Work in accordance with Pieta’s Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
    • Liaise and consult with other professionals in supporting the client as required
    • Maintain accurate, confidential records of practice using Salesforce
    • Attend external clinical supervision twice per month (paid by Pieta) and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per month
    • Contribute to research, audit and evaluation of the service as required
    • Maintain professional and personal boundaries
    • Participate in team meetings and attend other meetings as deemed necessary
    • Share information with the Lead Therapist, Regional Manager, Pieta team and other services as appropriate in accordance with good practice

    Education, Skills & Experience Required:

    • A recognized qualification at minimum Level 7 or higher qualification on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a Level 9 in Counselling Psychology.
    • Be a fully accredited Psychotherapist / Counselling Psychologist with IACP, BACP, IAHIP, FTAI, IAPTP, APPI, APCP, NAPCP, PSI or ICP.
    • Experience of working with crisis intervention and suicide bereavement
    • Knowledge of Brief Solution Focused Interventions, CBT etc.
    • Ability to reflect on practice in order to facilitate personal learning, professional development and service improvement
    • Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathize
    • Strong interpersonal & communication skills
    • Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
    • Strong time management skills and capacity to prioritize competing demands
    • Ability to foster good working relationships with external agencies and organisations
    • Ability to fulfil obligations as per the Children First Act 2015

    Note: Garda Vetting is required (of the successful candidates) for all positions.

    Applications for the above should be made through our website or via email, attaching a cover letter outlining your working hours and days preference and particular suitability to the role with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 12th November 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


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