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Come work with us! Adolescent Therapist (Part-Time)


Come work with us! We are hiring an adolescent therapist. If you want to play a part in eliminating sexual violence in society and providing excellent services to victims, get in touch.


About Us


Sexual Violence Centre Cork provides services and support to victims of all forms sexual violence in Cork City and county. This includes rape, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, sexual harassment, trafficking and stalking. In addition to supporting victims, the Centre provides support to families and friends, as well as supporting community/voluntary organisations in their contact with victims. The Centre also works to eliminate sexual violence in society through campaigns and education.


The Role


Our therapists work with people subjected to sexual violence and the successful candidate will need to be experienced in working with trauma. The chosen candidates will work with adolescent clients both online and in person, as well as providing support on the phone as required. The chosen candidates will also provide support when necessary to friends, family and carers of victims of sexual violence.


Candidates must meet the following criteria:


  • An accredited qualification in psychotherapy (recognised by IAHIP, IACP, ICP or equivalent)

  • Fully accredited psychotherapist/counsellor at the time of application (IAHIP, IACP, ICP or equivalent)

  • Minimum of 3 years post-accreditation experience working with client groups.

  • Proven competency and skills in the area of trauma

  • A flexible approach to working as therapists may be required to work on evenings or Saturdays.


Salary will be commensurate with experience and continued funding.


To apply please forward a cover letter outlining your experience and suitability along with an up to date CV to mcrilly@sexualviolence.ie or by post for the attention of Mary Crilly, Sexual Violence Centre Cork, 5 Camden Place, Cork T23TH9D.


Closing date for applications is Friday 8th April 2022.


For more information on the work we do, please visit our website www.sexualviolence.ie. If you have any questions about these positions, please contact mcrilly@sexualviolence.ie.