The Health Information and Quality Authority is an independent authority established to drive high-quality and safe care for people using our health and social care services in Ireland.
HIQA’s mandate to date extends across a specified range of public, private and voluntary sector services. Reporting to the Minister for Health and the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, HIQA’s role is to develop standards, inspect and review health and social care services and support informed decisions on how services are delivered. If you are focused, motivated and seeking a change in your career, then have a look at our recruitment opportunities.
The Health Information and Quality Authority is an equal opportunities employer.
Legal Executive Officer (Cork)
The Legal Executive Officer will have responsibility for providing administrative support to the Senior Legal Advisor and other Legal Advisors working within the Legal Department on all aspects of the legal departments work. The Legal Executive Officer will report to the Senior Legal Advisor. Closing Date: 5pm, 3rd Jan 2019
Programme Co-ordinator Healthcare (Cork)
The successful candidate will join the Healthcare team within the Regulation Directorate. Their role will be to work as a member of the Healthcare Regulation Management Team, with a specific role in coordinating the Healthcare Team’s day-to-day and future administrative and business intelligence functions. Closing Date: 5pm, 3rd Jan 2019
Regulatory Support Officer (Dublin, Galway or Cork)
The Regulatory Support Officer will work alongside and directly support the work of the regional managers and inspectors within our regional teams to ensure the delivery of a high quality regulatory programme. The Regulatory Support Officer is authorised in accordance with the Health Act 2007, as amended to participate in specific aspects of the regulation of designated centres. Closing Date: 5pm, 3rd Jan 2019
Document Management Specialist (Cork)
HIQA has a document management system which is a key element of its quality management system. The document management system, known as Precision, is the tool by which all controlled documents are managed. All processes in HIQA must be documented and require control. The effective version must always be available to staff members. Closing Date: 5pm, 3rd Jan 2019
Regulatory Learning Facilitator (Dublin, Galway or Cork)
The Regulatory Practice Development Unit (RPDU) has a lead role in co-ordinating the development of regulatory practice and methodological approaches within the regulation directorate. The successful candidate will join the RPDU team and will have a key role in facilitating regulatory training, professional development and mentoring for regulatory staff both at induction and ongoing.
Closing Date: 5pm, 3rd Jan 2019
Regulatory Learning and Research Facilitator (Dublin or Cork)
The Regulatory Practice Development Unit (RPDU) has a lead role in co-ordinating the development and implementation of regulatory practice and methodological approaches within the regulation directorate. Closing Date: 5pm, 3rd Jan 2019