Information for Candidates

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Due to the nature of our work, prior to joining our organisation, candidates require reference and right to work checks and Garda vetting clearance.

We regret to inform that due to the high number of applications we receive we are unable to provide feedback on applications. Please note that only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted following submission of an application.

For hybrid roles a suitable and safe Remote Workspace is required as per our Flexible Working Policy.

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Equal Opportunity Statement

Spirasi is an equal opportunity employer. We stand against discrimination as specified in The Employment Equality Acts 1998–2015.

We aim to promote an environment that is free from all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination and we value the diversity of all people. At the heart of our policy, we seek to treat people fairly, with dignity and respect.

Recruitment and selection decisions, are made on merit - in line with the job and skills requirements set for the vacancy.

Spirasi is committed to offering support and making reasonable adjustments to allow full participation in the recruitment process. It is important that you let the Recruitment team know of any requirements you have. We will consider any reasonable adjustments needed.


Family Therapist- 18 hours a week- based in Dublin- Hybrid role

Spirasi is an NGO that provides holistic rehabilitation services for survivors of torture in Ireland. We are looking to recruit an accredited and experienced family therapist to provide therapeutic interventions to survivors of torture in our Dublin Clinic. The candidate will be able to provide both individual, family, and group interventions to people who have survived torture and other serious human rights violations, who come from a range of cultures and backgrounds.

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Psychosocial Coordinator- Full Time- Dublin based- Hybrid role

Spirasi is an NGO that provides holistic rehabilitation services to both asylum seekers and refugees who are survivors of torture. Psychosocial support, including the building of relationships with clients and supporting access rights and entitlements, is a key facet of Spirasi’s service.  We want to recruit a Psychosocial Coordinator to join the Senior Management Team.  As well as coordinating and developing the psychosocial team, the Psychosocial Coordinator will engage in direct client support, individually and in groups, as required.

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