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ICGP Careers

The Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) is the professional body for general practice in Ireland. Its core work involves education, training and research in general practice.  The College's primary aim is to serve the patient and the general practitioner by encouraging and maintaining the highest standards of general medical practice. It is the representative organisation on education, training and standards in general practice.

Why work for ICGP?

  • A dynamic, interesting and developing workplace going through milestone development in Ireland
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • EAP service
  • Strong focus on "Workplace Wellbeing", we have an active Wellbeing Committee that organises regular staff activities which promote wellbeing and a positive work/life balance
  • Flexible working options
  • An expanding international presence

ICGP's People and Culture Strategy

The ICGP values its people and has a clear strategy and implementation plan to promote it's person-centred culture and to provide a stimulating, developmental, and inclusive work environment in which employees can achieve their full potential and are engaged with the goals of the ICGP. The College recognises the importance of mapping out a cohesive organisational culture and is fully engaged in being a centre of excellence and lifelong learning for staff, with all being treated equally.

Current Vacancies 

GP CME Small Group Tutor Vacancies

The ICGP is currently recruiting GP CME Small Group Tutors for five faculty areas » read more

GP Clinical Lead Mental Health

This new role aligns with recommendations in Sharing the Vision and Sl√°intecare to improve collaboration between primary and secondary care in mental health. » read more

ICGP/ HSE GP Integrated Care Lead for COPD and Adult Asthma

The person in this role will work closely with colleagues in the ICGP and in the Integrated Care Programme for Chronic Diseases including the national clinical programmes for respiratory disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease as well as the NCAGL Chronic Disease in the HSE. » read more

National Director - CME

The purpose of the job is to provide, at national level, the leadership and strategic development of the CME Tutor Network and to plan and provide for the expansion of the network as appropriate. » read more