Passionate about youth mental health?
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Passionate about youth mental health?
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Careers at Jigsaw

We work with dedicated, compassionate and highly experienced people across a range of disciplines.

Benefits of working at Jigsaw

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Progressive culture
Dynamic and innovative organisation, driven by the enthusiasm of our staff
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Flexible working
Altered working hours, part-time and job share options
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10% employer pension contribution
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CPD and training
Ongoing CPD opportunities plus additional external training subsidies
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Professional membership fees
Jigsaw pays for job-specific professional membership fees
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Annual leave
25 days annual leave plus additional company days
Read more about our benefits

Meet our people

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"Young people are at the heart of everything Jigsaw does"

The team is also really supportive and there are lots of opportunities to learn from each other. Deirdre McGill Jigsaw Clinician

Meet some Jigsaw Clinicians

“The pace is fast but fun and enjoyable too.”

Being in a good team makes working with Jigsaw very satisfying. Ger O'Donovan, Senior Clinician.

Meet some Senior Clinicians
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Joseph Duffy CEO

Vision and mission are front and centre at Jigsaw. The values of the organisation are embraced by people individually and chime with their personal values so the fit is usually good.

Joseph Duffy

What you need to know

  • Why don’t Jigsaw accept CVs when applying?

    We ask each applicant to fill out a tailored application form. This allows us to better understand your experience and qualifications and support hiring managers when screening applications for positions with us.

    Unfortunately, Jigsaw does not accept unsolicited CVs. As campaigns arise on our website, you must fill out an application form to be considered for any position.

  • How long does the recruitment process take?

  • Is your online application process secure?

  • Can I apply for more than one vacancy?

  • Eligibility criteria for clinical roles

  • I have a disability. Can I still apply?

  • Can I volunteer with Jigsaw?

  • Does Jigsaw offer student placements?

  • How do I know if my application has been received?

    If your application has been completed and uploaded correctly, you will receive a confirmation email of your application for the particular vacancy.

  • Can I withdraw an application?

  • How long will it take for someone to contact me?

  • What are the stages in the recruitment process?

  • How can I show proof of eligibility to work in Ireland?

  • What is a panel?

    A panel is made up of batches of candidates who have been deemed suitably appointable following successful completion of the recruitment stages of a competition, e.g. interview, scenarios, presentation etc. Jigsaw panels are not ranked. As vacancies arise, they will be filled from the panel of suitably appointable candidates.

    Placement on a panel is not a guarantee of appointment to a position.

  • What does this mean for me?

  • When does the panel expire?

  • What happens if I decline or refuse an offer of employment?

  • If I’m not successful, can I apply again?

  • What are the pay rates at Jigsaw?

    We ensure that our pay rates remain competitive. For clinical roles, our rate of pay is based on the employee’s experience and matched at the same entry rate as the HSE for the relevant discipline for clinical roles.

    For non-clinical roles we provide a salary range to provide you with insight into each salary.

  • How often do I get paid?

  • What type of shifts will I be doing?

  • Transdisciplinary working in Jigsaw

  • Flexible working

  • Does Jigsaw promote its employees?

  • What training is given to employees?

  • Applying from abroad

Vacancies at Jigsaw