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  • 22/10/2021 17:31 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    We have the following vacancies -

    Clinical Practice Coordinator, Tutor required for CBT module and Research Supervisors to support Learners' Research thesis.

    Please contact academicdirector@icppd.com for further details.


  • 22/10/2021 16:28 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Peace Inside: About us:

    We are a new and fresh mental health and wellbeing center in the heart of Galway City. You can find extensive information about us, our philosophy and, ethos at https://peaceinside.ie/ Following our successful opening we are looking for one more psychotherapist/counsellor to join our team.

    We are dedicated to delivering exceptional, tailor-made, mental health, and wellbeing services. Providing a safe, professional, welcoming environment we meet our clients with an encouraging integrity, ethical consideration and unfaltering trustworthiness where each individual feels understood respected and valued.

    Our integrative approach is fundamentally client-orientated and adapted to provide therapeutic support tailored to each unique person and their needs.

    Our hope for our clients is that they find the compassion, wisdom and strength at their cores and they can find their own versions of Peace Inside.

    The position:

    We are looking for one part-time employed counsellor/psychotherapist to enter a respectful, supportive, professional relationship with us. We envision that this position would become full-time within 3 months. The ideal candidate will be an accredited therapist and member of IAHIP, IACP or registered with ICP. They will bring an imaginative, creative nature to their therapeutic relationships, comfortable in being themselves in respect to the client.

    Someone who enjoys working within a team culture and wants to be a part of something new that is proactive in advancing the perception of counselling and psychotherapy in Ireland. Build a long-term relationship.

    Therapist Competencies:

    Skilled at establishing and maintaining secure therapeutic alliances with their clients, customising sessions to meet their individual needs.

    Comfortable in being themselves in therapeutic relationships.

    A sense of curiosity and compassion in their accepting and empathetic exploration of their client’s lived experience, listening for those parts that may need nourishment.

    Able to reflect on and share constructive feedback within a supportive team environment.

    Strong communication and writing skills.

    Therapist Responsibilities:

    The core work of the therapist will be the provision of professional face-to-face or online counselling/psychotherapy services.

    Maintaining accurate and up-to-date client records.

    Engagement in weekly group sessions where relevant themes and processes will be presented and discussed.

    Therapists will be encouraged to deepen their awareness around emergent themes with the creation of written material in the form of articles or blog posts.

    From time-to-time therapists may be required to assist in the production and presentation of, seminars/webinars of subjects developed by the centre.

    Attend monthly group supervision sessions.

    Work Hours:

    Positions will, initially, be on 1-year fixed contract basis with permanent positions offered subsequently to suitable candidates.

    Part-time therapists will have an average of 6 client contact hours per week with a maximum of 8 which can be spread between 2 or 2.5 days per-week.

    Full-time therapists will have an average of 14 client contact hours per week with a maximum of 17 contact hours which can be spread over a 4- or 5-day week.

    Therapists’ supplemental duties will have an inverse relationship to their client load, the more client hours the less additional requests.

    Education, Experience and Professional Memberships:

    Fully accredited member of IAHIP or IACP, and/or Registrant with ICP.

    A recognised qualification at a minimum level 8 or higher on the NQAI framework in Counselling or a level 9 in Psychotherapy, or recognised equivalent.

    Experience of working with a wide variety of presenting issues and with both shorter- and longer-term clients.

    Garda vetting is a requirement of this position.

    What we offer:

    Salaried position.

    Paid annual leave in proportion to days worked per week equivalent to 4 weeks per year.

    Flexibility and support to how therapists want to work.

    A respectful and comfortable working environment.

    A culture encouraging continuous learning and professional development complimenting the therapists’ interests.

    Pro-rata reimbursement of professional indemnity insurance.

    Apply:

    For further information or to apply with up-to-date c.v. and cover letter, contact eoin@peaceinside.ie


  • 15/10/2021 16:47 | 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 27th October 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


  • 15/10/2021 16:27 | 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 27th October 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


  • 15/10/2021 16:08 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Role: Crisis Helpline Co-ordinator  

    Location: Remote

    Hours: 40 hours per week (will include some evening and weekend work)

    Salary: €43,428.27

    Employment Type: 1 Year Fixed Term


    The Pieta 24hr Crisis Helpline is a confidential and professional service providing telephone/SMS counselling, crisis support, advice, and referral for those bereaved through suicide, engaging in self-harm, experiencing suicide ideation and concerned friends or family members.

    Pieta is presently recruiting for a Helpline Coordinator to join our existing team. The role of Helpline Coordinator is support the staff and operation of the Crisis Helpline. Reporting directly to the National Helpline & Therapy Services Line Manager this role will include, but may not be limited to the following:

    Role & Responsibilities:

    •  Ability to support the day-to-day operation of the Helpline team
    • Co-ordinate internal meetings as appropriate e.g. staff/clinical meetings
    • Support the coaching, training and development of new team members
    • Oversee file management in-line with GDPR, data protection and confidentiality
    • Complete and co-ordinate roster on a monthly basis
    •  Processing leave requests
    •  Assist in recruitment and retention of team
    • Act as a point of escalation on shift and respond to team queries
    •  Build relationships and support callers using the stated policies and procedures of the Helpline
    • Work within the ethos and philosophy of Pieta
    • Receive ongoing external clinical supervision and attend group supervision internally in Pieta once per calendar month
    • Keep up to date with best practice and procedures at all times in line with the Code of Ethics of IACP, IAHIP, FTAI, NAPCP or ICP
    • Maintain policies and procedures and ensure that they are up to date and relevant in line with current Covid-19 guidelines
    • You may be required to undertake additional duties or tasks as required
    Skills & Experience:
    • Have completed a Diploma or Degree course in Counselling & Psychotherapy
    • Be a fully accredited member of IACP, IAHIP, FTAI, NAPCP, ICP or equivalent
    • Be flexible and available to work shifts
    • ·A minimum of two years supervisory experience
    • Have previous helpline experience, either in a paid or voluntary capacity
    • Have completed training and be experienced in working with those at risk of or affected by suicide
    • Demonstrate excellent listening, communication, decision-making and assessment skills.
    • Demonstrate great warmth and the ability to empathise
    • Work as part of a Clinical Team
    • Be proficient in MS Office and Outlook
    • Have experience using Salesforce or similar CRM system

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

    Applications for the above should be made via email, attaching a cover letter (outlining your particular suitability to the role) with an updated Curriculum Vitae to recruitment@pieta.ie by 15th October 2021.

    PIETA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER


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