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

Lead accreditation assessor

We're recruiting for an assessor to lead on all technical aspects of our accreditation schemes and manage our team of accreditation assessors.

You should be a qualified and experienced counsellor or psychotherapist and an accredited member of BACP.  You'll need an understanding of quality assurance schemes relating to individual practitioners, organisations and training courses and experience of delivering training workshops and presentations.

Role profile - Lead accreditation assessor

This is a part time role (three days a week). A combination of on-site and home-based working will be considered. Salary £24,078 a year.

Closing date for applications is 26 March.

To apply, please send a letter of application and your CV to susan.campbell@bacp.co.uk.

Lead accreditation moderator

We're looking for an accredited member to lead on the moderation of assessments across all BACP accreditation schemes. You'll co-ordinate responses from the accreditation team and deliver standardisation and training meetings to ensure standards are maintained and applied. 

You'll need an understanding of quality assurance schemes relating to individual practitioners, organisations and training courses and experience of delivering training workshops and presentations.

Role profile - Lead accreditation moderator

This is a part time role (three days a week). A combination of on-site and home-based working will be considered. Salary £23,061 a year.

Closing date for applications is 26 March.

To apply, please send a letter of application and your CV to susan.campbell@bacp.co.uk.

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