Location: Ireland, possibility for fully remote
Duration: 12 months
Remuneration: Negotiable, based on qualifications and experience
Application Submission: CV and cover letter to be sent to email@example.com
Closing Date for Applications: 11:59 PM (GMT) on Sunday 25 February 2024
About Transparency International Ireland:
Transparency International Ireland (TI Ireland) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to stopping corruption and promoting integrity in Irish institutions. TI Ireland is a fully accredited chapter of the international coalition, Transparency International, with representation in over 100 countries. TI Ireland is dedicated to supporting whistleblowers through our Speak Up Helpline.
Whistleblowers, as well as their families, can suffer high levels of stress and anxiety before, during, and after reporting wrongdoing, particularly when they experience retaliation by those engaged in - or attempting to cover up the malpractice. According to recent research, the psychological stresses borne by whistleblowers can be equivalent to those experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This can lead to long term health consequences, have an impact on relationships, family life and career prospects.
We are seeking a qualified and experienced Clinical Supervisor to lead our team of Psychotherapists, Counsellors, and Clinical Psychologists in providing specialised psychological support to whistleblowers.
The PSS panel of practitioners provide support to people who have been impacted by raising a concerns of wrongdoing or making a ‘protected disclosure’ and have sought assistance through TI Ireland’s Speak Up Helpline.
TI Ireland Psychological Support Service established by TI Ireland in 2022, is made up of a panel of psychologists, psychotherapists and qualified counsellors to provide confidential, qualified, specialist psychological support to Speak Up Helpline clients.
Qualifications and Professional Experience:
Applicants must possess:
Consideration for International Candidates:
For candidates applying from abroad, we recognise the diversity of professional qualifications and accreditation across different jurisdictions. We understand the importance of acknowledging and valuing credentials from various recognised bodies. Therefore, we welcome applicants from international locations and commit to evaluating their qualifications in accordance with the relevant standards and practices in their respective regions.
If selected, international candidates may be required to undergo a credential evaluation process to ensure their qualifications align with the standards set by relevant professional bodies in Ireland. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse work environment, and we encourage qualified professionals from abroad to apply to undertake the role fully remotely. Please note that any potential remote work arrangements will be discussed and agreed upon during the interview and selection process.
Duration: One year, with the possibility of renewal.
Application Closing Date: 11:59 PM (GMT) on Sunday 25 February 2024
Please send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org] by 25 February 2024. It is essential that the covering letter concisely addresses (in no more than 500 words) their motivation for applying for the role of clinical supervisor and relevant experience for the role. The email enclosing your CV should have [PSS/2024] in the subject line.
The CV should ideally be two pages long. CVs longer than three pages will not be considered. Experience should be presented in reverse chronological order and the names and positions of two referees should be provided. Contact details of referees are not necessary at this stage.
A selection process will also apply. For further details about the role please email email@example.com.
As part of any appointment process, TI Ireland collects and processes personal data relating to applicants. TI Ireland is committed to being transparent about how we collect and use that data and to meeting our data protection obligations. You can find more information in our Data Protection Policy.