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Professional Standards Development Facilitator- Homebased

TPP Recruitment
£24078.00 - £24970.00 per annum
Closing date
14 Jan 2021
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A professional association which exists to change people's lives are recruiting for a part time Professional Standards Development Facilitator to work lead on a variety of projects to develop and implement evidence-based standards of education, training and practice that define competence and scope of practice.

As someone who has an MSc/MA level in counselling/psychotherapy (or other appropriate level for related professions), with knowledge of a range of counselling modalities, as well as experience as a counselling/psychotherapy trainer with knowledge of, and ability to write level appropriate curricula, learning outcomes, assessment criteria and training materials you will develop, deliver and disseminate evidence-based specialist areas of competence and scope of practice for the counselling professions that define training and practice standards for the future.

You will be responsible for developing a rolling programme of evidence-based competence frameworks and associated curricula as required, as well as a suite of accreditation, endorsement and approved qualification schemes underpinned by evidence-based competence frameworks and curricula.

Ideally a BACP accredited (or equivalent) counsellor/psychotherapist, you will also be part of a number of practise groups including the Ethical Framework Group and lead a series of expert reference groups.

As this is a homebased, part time role, it is essential that you are self-motivated and able to work independently as well as part of a remote team, you will also need to have excellent inter-personal skills with an ability to present, communicate and engage at all levels either in person or using telephone/video conferencing; and establish rapport with key stakeholders and to facilitate good working relationships.

For this role you will also need to be able to undertake some travel as required throughout the UK to meet with a wide range of stakeholders.

If you are a Counsellor or Psychotherapist looking to play a direct impact in the standards and development of the profession then get in touch today with a copy of your CV quoting reference number J74233KP for more details.


TPP Recruitment is a specialist, highly respected and well-established UK-wide consultancy.

Our areas of expertise enable us to provide dedicated support to organisations across the following non-profit and public sector organisations:

Charitable | Educational | Health & Social Care | Professional Membership | Awarding Bodies | Cultural | Housing

Our 50+ strong team of dedicated consultants specialise in the following functional areas:

Education & Training | Finance, IT & Facilities | Fundraising & Development | Health & Social Care | Human Resources |  Leadership & Governance | MarComms & Digital | Office & Specialist Support

TPP has connected organisations and candidates across the UK since 1996, from our offices in London, Bristol and Newcastle. Our culture is based on the following set of core principles which are embedded within our teams and underpin our commitment to helping ensure organisations achieve lasting impact.

  • We do the right thing
    We have a social conscience, work in an ethical way and are passionate about supporting organisations. It’s why the first P of our name stands for Principle.
  • We work in partnership
    Internally and externally, we work in an honest, supportive and collaborative way to achieve exceptional results. It’s why the second P stands for Partnership.
  • We specialise
    We are experts in our fields and constantly seek to improve our knowledge of and empathy for our customers.
  • We adapt
    We offer a flexible, tailored approach and are constantly looking for better ways to do things.
  • We exceed expectations
    We go above and beyond and focus on long term relationships over short term gains.
Contact Us
  • 4th Floor, Sherborne House
  • 119-121 Cannon Street
  • London
  • EC4N 5AT
  • GB
  • 020 7198 6000
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