Interested in joining us?

If you are focused, motivated and seeking a change in your career, then have a look at the recruitment opportunities below and apply by following the link to Sigmar Recruitment at the bottom of the page.

Inspector – Children’s Services

Location: Cork, Dublin, Galway or Homeworking
Closing Date: 5pm on Monday 27 May 2019

The successful candidate will join a multidisciplinary children’s regulatory team. The regulatory process encompasses a number of activities including monitoring, assessment of compliance and enforcement.  As a member of the team, the successful candidate will carry out all regulatory activities in accordance with HIQA’s policies, processes and procedures.

A panel may be formed from which future vacancies will be filled.

Detailed job descriptions and application forms for roles are available from or by contacting Sigmar Recruitment at 01 – 4744673. Applications should be made by submitting an application form to Sigmar Recruitment.

The Health Information and Quality Authority is an equal opportunities employer. Please note that we do not accept unsolicited CVs or respond to employment queries unrelated to advertised posts.

Funded PhD studentship in Digital Health

Location: Dublin
Closing date: 31 May 2019

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) in collaboration with the School of Computer Science and Statistics in Trinity College Dublin are recruiting a PhD student to undertake a defined piece of work relating to digital health, specifically mobile health and electronic patient portals. The aim of the PhD work is to investigate the design and development considerations to influence the adoption of digital health technologies for chronic disease management for community based patient care in Ireland.


Appointments to the Board of the Health Information and Quality Authority

Location: Cork and Dublin
Number of Vacancies: 4

The Board of the Authority was established under the provisions of the Health Act, 2007 on 15 May 2007. It comprises a Chairperson and 11 ordinary members. All twelve are appointed bythe Minister for Health. Under section 13 of the Act, the members of the Board “shall be appointed by the Minister from among persons, who in the opinion of the Minister, have experience and expertise in relation to matters connected with the functions of the Authority which would enable such a person to make a substantial contribution to the performance by the Authority of its functions.”

To date, members of the Authority have come from a diverse range of backgrounds across the broad health sector, social care services, advocacy/consumer groups and relevant professionals.