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.

Detailed job descriptions and application forms for roles are available from www.sigmarrecruitment.com 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.

Regulatory Support Officer

Location: Dublin
Closing date is 5.00pm Monday 3rd February 2020

The Regulatory Support Officer will work alongside and directly support the work of the regional managers and inspectors within our regional teams to ensure the delivery of a high quality regulatory programme. The Regulatory Support Officer is authorised in accordance with the Health Act 2007, as amended to participate in specific aspects of the regulation of designated centres.  

Programme Coordinator (Older Person’s Services)

Location: Cork
Closing date is 5.00pm Monday 3rd February 2020

The successful candidate will join the Older Persons team within the Regulation Directorate to support projects designed to enable the directorate meet its statutory obligations in an efficient and effective manner.

Research Assistant

Location: Cork or Dublin
Closing date is 5.00pm Tuesday 28th January 2020
12 month fixed term

The aim of the project is to provide an overview of notifications at national level, identify targets for quality and safety improvement initiatives, facilitate wide use and analyses of notification data, share good practice when dealing with adverse events in designated centres, create reporting and risk-rating efficiencies and inform notification prioritisation in practice and policy. The successful candidate will join the project team and have responsibility for a range of tasks including data analysis, project administration, stakeholder engagement and report preparation.

Post-Doctorate Researcher

Location: Cork or Dublin
Closing date is 5.00pm Tuesday 28th January 2020
3 year fixed term

The aim of the project is to provide an overview of notifications at national level, identify targets for quality and safety improvement initiatives, facilitate wide use and analyses of notification data, share good practice when dealing with adverse events in designated centres, create reporting and risk-rating efficiencies and inform notification prioritisation in practice and policy. The successful candidate will join the project team and take a lead role in the analysis of data, preparation and authoring of scientific papers and presentation of work to a range of internal and external stakeholders.