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HIQA

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.

IMPORTANT: Please ensure to upload your application form for the correct role otherwise this could lead to disqualification from the competition.

The Health Information and Quality Authority is an equal opportunities employer.



CURRENT VACANCIES

Inspector Manager - Older Persons' Service (Dublin)

The successful candidate will work in the Office of the Chief Inspector of Social Services as defined under the scheme of delegation set out by the Chief Inspector. He or she will be responsible for managing a programme of regulation in designated centres for older people in line with the Health Information and Quality Authority’s legal duties and business plan objectives.


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Application Closing Date: 5pm Monday 30 April 2018



Senior Regulatory Practice Development Officer (Dublin or Cork)

The successful candidate will join the Regulatory Practice Development Unit (RPDU) team, which has the lead role in the coordination and development of regulatory practice and methodological approaches within the Regulation Directorate. The role involves design and delivery of effective blended learning packages based on the Authority Monitoring Approach to staff members in the Regulation Directorate, promoting excellence in regulatory practice.


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Application Closing Date: 5pm Monday 30 April 2018



Senior Regulatory Research Officer (Dublin or Cork)

The successful candidate will join the Regulatory Practice Development Unit (RPDU) team, which has the lead role in the coordination and development of regulatory practice and methodological approaches within the Regulation Directorate. The role involves undertaking research into areas of regulatory practice and contributing to research reports, policy briefs, methodology design and other documents as required.


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Application Closing Date: 5pm Monday 30 April 2018



Programme Coordinator – Disability Team (Dublin or Galway)

The successful candidate will join the Disability Team within the Regulation Directorate, working closely with the Deputy Chief Inspector and the Disability management team. The role involves coordinating the programme of activities carried out by the Disability Team, to support the team in meeting its objectives and statutory obligations.


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Application Closing Date: 5pm Monday 30 April 2018



Regulatory Report Writing Coach (Dublin or Cork)

The successful candidate will join the Regulatory Practice Development Unit (RPDU) team, which has the lead role in the coordination and development of regulatory practice and methodological approaches within the Regulation Directorate. The role involves ensuring that regulatory publications produced by the Directorate are of a high quality and are written in an accessible and clear format.


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Application Closing Date: 5pm Monday 30 April 2018