Crosscare Teen Counselling (CTC) was established in 1973 and provides a ‘generalist’ family based service model – Positive Systemic Practice – developed to address the challenges that arise in the transition from childhood to early adulthood in the family’s and teenager’s lives. CTC’s objective is to support the normal systems that support teenagers (i.e. home, family, school and community). CTC works mainly in teams of two counsellors but is flexible and responsive to the needs of individual cases. A consultant Psychiatrist supports the work of counsellors as required. The service accepts referrals from many sources including Social Work, GP’s, Youth Workers, Parents and Schools. The service currently operates from 6 centres in Drumcondra, Tallaght, Clondalkin, Arran Quay, Finglas and Dun Laoghaire.
The successful applicant will hold either:
A Professional Qualification in Counselling/Psychotherapy of at least 3yrs Diploma Standard.
A Degree in Counselling/Clinical Psychology from an Accredited Course recognised by PSI.
Be accredited with the relevant Professional Body.
Have had a minimum of two years experience of managing a case load after achieving accreditation / registration.
Have demonstrable experience working with adolescents and families.
Please submit a CV highlighting where you meet the requirements of the post.
Salary: €27,199.80 for three day contract. Full Time Equivalent = €45,333 per annum (Point 8 of the Counsellor Salary Scale).
Please see attached Job Specification.
Completed CV’s which clearly demonstrate the required qualifications and experience should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please state clearly the position being applied for.
The latest date and time for receipt of applications is 9th August 2017 at 9.00am
Enquiries: Informal enquiries can be made to Aidan Browne, Project Manager at 086 2551885 or by email to email@example.com
Crosscare is an equal opportunities employer