HIQA 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 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 current vacancies.

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

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Please note that we do not accept unsolicited CVs or respond to employment queries unrelated to advertised posts. Further information and the link to application forms is available below.

  • HR Manager

    Location
    Dublin or Cork
    Closing date

    Grade: Assistant Principal (Higher)

    Tenure:  Permanent
     

    The HR Manager will act as a key conduit between the Head of Human Resources and Organisation Development and the HR Business Partnering and recruitment teams to achieve challenging goals and objectives within HIQA. The HR Manager will cultivate strong and trusting relationships with management and staff members across all directorate functions, provide a deep understanding of HIQA 's values in delivering the required business partnering and recruitment expertise to drive performance and deliver a HR agenda that closely supports the overall aims of the organisation.

  • Research Officer (Health & Social Care Standards)

    Location
    Dublin, Cork, Galway
    Closing date

    Grade: Engineer Grade III

    Location: Dublin office, Cork office and Galway office

    Tenure: One fixed-term 16 month contract for immediate appointment 
                 One fixed-term 8 month contract for immediate appointment
     

    The Research Officer will join the Standards Team within HIQA’s Health Information and Standards Directorate. Working in conjunction with stakeholders, the team aims to improve the quality and safety of health and social care services by developing evidence-based national standards for health and social care services, updating existing standards and developing support tools and materials to assist services in implementing these standards.