Expression of Interest for Roles at IICP College

IICP College is currently seeking expressions of interest for a variety of full time academic staff and part time faculty roles:

IICP College is currently recruiting for the full-time role of Senior Manager in Quality Assurance & Enhancement. The Senior Manager in Quality Assurance and Enhancement’s role is to direct the management and implementation of quality assurance and enhancement activities in the college, as a key member of the Department of the Registrar.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Development and enhancement of the Quality Assurance Policy manual, ensuring that all revisions match QQI QA requirements
  • Day to day management of Quality operations
  • Acting as the point of contact for Programmes undertaking Internal and external Quality Reviews
  • Submitting Quality Reports to relevant College Bodies
  • Monitoring implementation of quality improvement initiatives arising from Internal and External Quality Reviews, and generating annual reports for the Academic Council
  • Overseeing and participate in on-going and systematic data capture and analysis, and ensuring appropriate dissemination of results
  • Identifying legislation and regulations impacting on the College
  • Leading the team in QQI Quality Review process
  • Research and benchmark QA Policies, Procedures and Processes to best practice standards
  • Research, discern and propose/implement recommendations on QA Policies, Procedures and Processes, based on regulatory requirements, best practice guidance, as well as core values, ethos and practical considerations specific to IICP College
  • Ensuring programme activity is compliant with all applicable laws and regulations
  • Ensuring programme activity is compliant with data protection legislation
  • Creation and circulation to the relevant executive team of proposed and recommended QA Policies. Procedures and Processes that match Professional Body, QQI and European Policy requirements
  • Active involvement in the validation process regarding new programmes at undergraduate and post-graduate level
  • Active involvement in professional accreditation and approval processes including CORU and IACP processes
  • Preparation of documents for revalidation with QQI and IACP (or any other professional bodies)
  • Development, review and enhancement of student administration and support services for the programme with all student lifecycle stages (Admissions, Examinations, Student Administration, Student Support)
  • Assisting the senior academic team in management of student matters via relevant QA Policies
  • Assistance in the day-to-day implementation of academic processes
  • Coordination of the production of polices for academic and corporate governing of the college
  • Provision of support to the college for its developmental aims and objectives
  • Input into College risk registers
  • Working with the Executive Management team to promote and develop the strategic aims of the organisation
  • Attending executive management meetings in due course
  • Representing IICP college at external meetings with key stakeholders (i.e. QQI, IACP, HECA etc.).

Requirements/Qualifications:

Essential:

  • 5 years’ experience in a comparable area
  • Minimum of Master’s level qualification
  • Proven experience of managing concurrent complex projects and processes
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent organisational and administration skills
  • Ability to research and source relevant information.
  • Knowledge and experience of QQI Validation processes.
  • Ability to develop, enhance, and implement quality assurance policies and procedures that align with regulatory requirements, best practices, and the specific needs of the institution and higher education in general
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation and regulations affecting higher education institutions, including data protection laws and professional accreditation processes
  • Familiarity with QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) requirements and standards is essential
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to effectively engage with internal stakeholders, such as executive management and academic teams, as well as external bodies like QQI, IACP, and professional accrediting regulators
  • Proficiency in collecting, analysing, and interpreting data related to quality assurance metrics.
    Capability to generate comprehensive reports for college bodies and stakeholders, providing insights and recommendations for improvement

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of CORU approval processes would be an advantage.

Application:

  • To apply, please email a comprehensive CV and covering letter to: Triona@iicp.ie
  • Closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday 15 April 2024.

Please note IICP College reserves the right to close the role prior to this date should a suitable applicant be found.

IICP College is currently recruiting for the full-time role of Academic Studies Lead. The Academic Studies Lead role is to direct the management and implementation of programmes in the college, as a key member of the Department of the Registrar. In addition, the Academic Studies Lead manages the College’s research activities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Supporting VP/Registrar in programme development and design
  • Working with Academic Team to develop, design and create learning aids and artifacts
  • Oversight of assessment strategy for programmes
  • Working with Executive Management team to promote and develop the strategic aims of the organisation
  • Line management of Research Supervisors, Associate Lecturers, Tutors and Teaching Assistants
  • Overseeing faculty development and in-house teaching and learning training
  • Planning, coordination, chairing and administration of programme board meetings
  • Managing student issues as they relate to academic concerns in accordance with College policies and procedures
  • Championing excellence in Academic Research within the college and to the broader academic community
  • Coordination, chairing and administration of Research Ethics Committee
  • Appointment and coordination of Research Supervisors
  • Please see Job description for further information

Requirements/Qualifications:
Essential:

  • 5 years’ experience in a comparable area
  • Minimum of Master’s level qualification
  • Proven experience of managing concurrent complex projects and processes
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent organisational and administration skills
  • Experience in academic research, including promotion of a research culture
  • A sound understanding of academic processes, curriculum development, programme and student management matters
  • Ability to lead and manage a diverse team of academic staff
  • The capability to develop positive professional relationships with students, faculty, and external stakeholders is crucial for fostering a supportive academic environment

Desirable:

  • Understanding of discipline or cognate field would be an advantage.

Application:

  • To apply, please email a comprehensive CV and covering letter to: Triona@iicp.ie
  • Closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday 15 April 2024.

Please note IICP College reserves the right to close the role prior to this date should a suitable applicant be found.

IICP College is seeking to expand its panel of part-time lecturers and associate lecturers in areas such as counselling and psychotherapy theory, skills, personal development and research methods. Those with areas of specialisation (working with children, family, sexuality, addiction, bereavement) are also welcome to express their interest. IICP College offers the following major awards on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ):

  • Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Studies (L6 NFQ)
  • BA (Hons) in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • MA in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • MA in Integrative Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • Certificate in CBT (L9 NFQ – Minor Award)
  • Certificate in Improving Clinical Outcomes (L8 NFQ – Minor Award)
  • Certificate in Suicide Postvention (L7 NFQ – Minor Award)

Teaching is delivered on a modular basis [22-32 hours per module which can be delivered on a weekly basis (1.5 to 3 hours per week) or in block format at weekends]. Salary depends on experience.

Expressions of interest are sought from those who meet the following criteria:

  • Excellent ability to teach a range of counselling and psychotherapy related topics to include theory, skills, personal development, clinical placement and research methods.
  • Appropriate teaching and learning experience/qualifications.
  • Fully accredited members of IACP/IAHIP/BACP – at least 5 years accredited (for counselling and psychotherapy specific modules only)
  • Have a strong understanding of evidence-based practice and research focus.
  • Be proficient in the use of technology (PowerPoint, Moodle) for teaching and learner support (An understanding of technology enabled learning would be beneficial).
  • Lecturers for our Level 8 Degree will be qualified to at least Level 8 on the NFQ.
  • Lecturers for our Level 9 Masters will be qualified to at least Level 9 on the NFQ.

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and growing faculty team, please email your CV and a cover letter to triona@iicp.ie

IICP College is seeking to expand its panel of part-time lecturers and associate lecturers in areas such as counselling and psychotherapy theory, skills, personal development and research methods. Those with areas of specialisation (working with children, family, sexuality, addiction, bereavement) are also welcome to express their interest. IICP College offers the following major awards on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ):

  • Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Studies (L6 NFQ)
  • BA (Hons) in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • MA in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • MA in Integrative Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • Certificate in CBT (L9 NFQ – Minor Award)
  • Certificate in Improving Clinical Outcomes (L8 NFQ – Minor Award)
  • Certificate in Suicide Postvention (L7 NFQ – Minor Award)

Teaching is delivered on a modular basis [22-32 hours per module which can be delivered on a weekly basis (1.5 to 3 hours per week) or in block format at weekends]. Salary depends on experience.

These are part time roles. Expressions of interest are sought from those who meet the following criteria:

  • Strong ability to teach a range of counselling and psychotherapy related topics to include theory, skills and personal development.
  • Fully accredited members of IACP/IAHIP/BACP (for counselling and psychotherapy specificmodules only).
  • Have approximately 2 years’ teaching experience.
  • Have a strong understanding of evidence based practice and research focus.
  • Be proficient in the use of technology (PowerPoint, Moodle )for teaching and learner support (An understanding of technology enabled learning would be beneficial).
  • Lecturers for our Level 8 Degree will be qualified to at least Level 8 on the NFQ.
  • Lecturers for our Level 9 Masters will be qualified to at least Level 9 on the NFQ.

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and growing faculty team, please email your CV and a cover letter to triona@iicp.ie

IICP College is seeking to expand its panel of part-time lecturers and associate lecturers in areas such as counselling and psychotherapy theory, skills, personal development and research methods. Those with areas of specialisation (working with children, family, sexuality, addiction, bereavement) are also welcome to express their interest. IICP College offers the following major awards on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ):

  • Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Studies (L6 NFQ)
  • BA (Hons) in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • MA in Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • MA in Integrative Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy (L9 NFQ)
  • Certificate in CBT (L9 NFQ – Minor Award)
  • Certificate in Improving Clinical Outcomes (L8 NFQ – Minor Award)
  • Certificate in Suicide Postvention (L7 NFQ – Minor Award)

Teaching is delivered on a modular basis [22-32 hours per module which can be delivered on a weekly basis (1.5 to 3 hours per week) or in block format at weekends]. Salary depends on experience.

These are part time roles. Expressions of interest are sought from those who meet the following criteria:

  • Qualified therapists (to at least level 8 on the NFQ) who wish to develop their knowledge, skills and competencies in teaching and learning.
  • Lecturing support staff should have good interpersonal skills and exhibit a willingness to support faculty in the delivery of modules, and to give developmental feedback to learners (for instance in skills training).

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and growing faculty team, please email your CV and a cover letter to triona@iicp.ie