Vacancies

The ACP is keen to make sure that the organisation reflects the membership. Our aim is to ensure that we are recruiting to ACP roles from different geographical areas, different training schools and that we reflect the diversity of our members. 

Vice Chair

(0.5 - 1.0 days per week, paid £463.50 per month) - to start as soon as possible

closing date: 5 March 2021

The Vice-Chair will help the Chair to lead the Board and ensure that the ACP meets its obligations to our members and the public as well as meeting the challenges ahead which will enable psychoanalytic child psychotherapy to continue to develop as a key profession within the child mental health workforce. As members of the Board, the Vice-Chair is an Executive Director of the ACP alongside the Chair and the other Directors. The Executive Group, led by the Chief Executive, is responsible for developing and delivering the Business Plan for the organisation to meet the strategic aims set by the Board. Other key areas are member engagement and communications, both within the ACP and externally. There is also the opportunity to be involved in the policy work of the ACP, making a significant contribution to shaping the future direction of the profession.

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

(1 year fixed-term. 0.8 whole time equivalent. £42,534. Job share applications welcome)

closing date: 5 March 2021

Birmingham Trust for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, on behalf of the ACP and the Child Psychotherapy Training Schools in England, are seeking a suitably qualified and committed Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist to lead an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) programme to deliver improvements on equity and inclusion for Black, Asian and minority ethnic applicants to the child and adolescent psychotherapy training. Applicants will be able to demonstrate a proven commitment and capacity to widening access to the child and adolescent psychotherapy training and to addressing barriers to equality, diversity and inclusion. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian, minority ethnic and other under-represented communities in the profession.

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