We're always looking for people of the highest calibre whose knowledge, skills and experience will help us provide the best possible service. Most importantly, we want to make a difference to the lives of people, through supporting and promoting the counselling professions. Join us to make that difference happen.

Vacancies

We're recruiting for the following roles.

To apply, please send your cv and a letter of application to bacp_pod@bacp.co.uk

Ethics services manager

We're looking for a qualified counsellor or psychotherapist with excellent communication, organisational and management skills to be responsible for developing and managing the strategic direction of our ethics services. You'll manage our team of ethics officers and consultants, and contribute to the development and delivery of resources to support members in ethical decision making. 

Ethics services manager role profile

This is a permanent role, part time role. Salary £30,748 to £31,886, based on four days (29 hours) a week.

We would consider applicants looking to work three days a week. Ideally the role will be office based but we will consider home-based.  

The closing date for applications is 9am on Tuesday 4 February.

Designer

We're looking for an experienced graphic designer to lead the development of creative, innovative and engaging content. Ideally you'll have experience of working within a marketing communications setting across print and digital mediums.

Designer role profile

This is a full time permanent role. Salary £29,318 to £30,405.

The closing date for applications is 9am on Tuesday 2 February.

Accreditation services officer

We're looking for an experience administrator to assist with all aspects of our individual accreditation scheme. You'll assess the eligibility of applications, prepare them for assessment and ensure members are supported through the process. You'll need excellent communication skills and experience of data collation, handling and analyses, ideally within CRM or membership databases.

Accreditation services officer role profile

This is a full time, permanent role. Salary £22,676 to £23,516.

The closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 25 January.

Membership engagement officer (projects)

We're seeking a qualified and experienced marketing officer to lead on the delivery of the engagement strategy for a collaborative standards project. You'll need experience of delivering a communications strategy and marketing plans, preferably including market research, product development and campaigns, knowledge of stakeholder engagement and the ability to create effective promotional collateral.

Membership engagement officer role profile

This is a part time role for 29 hours a week, on a 12 month fixed term contract. Salary £26,570 to £27,554.

The closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 25 January.

Ethics and good practice manager

We're looking for a dynamic and experienced practitioner to join the Professional Standards team to review the BACP Ethical Framework and enable members to embed the framework and professional standards within practice and supervision. Applicants will be an accredited counsellor or psychotherapist and an experienced supervisor with a Master's degree in counselling or psychotherapy.

Ethics and good practice manager role profile

This a permanent role for 29 hours a week. Salary £35,549 to £36,866 

This role can be home-based.

Professional standards development facilitator

We're seeking creative and dynamic practitioners to support the development, delivery and implementation of evidence-based competences and curricula that support best practice in education, training and practice. Applicants will be BACP accredited (or equivalent) counsellors or psychotherapists and experienced trainers with demonstrable research skills.

Professional standards development facilitator role profile

We have two permanent roles for three days per week. Salary £24,078 to £24,970 (21.75 hours)

These roles can be home-based.

Benefits of working for BACP

Benefits of working with us include:

  • pension scheme
  • flexible working
  • family-friendly policies including job sharing
  • a supportive and empowering organisational culture
  • generous holiday entitlement
  • occupational health support, including a confidential counselling service
  • free parking
  • modern and friendly offices
  • a learning environment