Current Vacancies

Have you a passion for quality and want to work in a role where you can influence and improve business compliance to international standards? 

If so why not join the Irish National Accreditation Board, part of the Health and Safety Authority, for exciting roles working within a growing technical team based in Dublin.  The positions are available immediately. 

The Irish National Accreditation Board (INAB) is the national body with responsibility for the accreditation of laboratories, certification bodies and inspection bodies.  INAB was established in 1985 and is a Committee of the Health and Safety Authority since the enactment of the Industrial Development (Forfás Dissolution) Act 2014. (https://www.inab.ie)

Working as part of a small technical team, you will have responsibility for the management and ongoing assessment of the accreditation process within an assigned portfolio of clients. The complexity of the assigned client portfolio will reflect the experience needed for Grade II and Grade III officers.

Grade II Accreditation Officer

The minimum education requirement is an Honours Degree at Level 8 on the NFQ in engineering, chemistry, environmental science, agricultural science or a related discipline.  Candidates should also have at least 5 years’ relevant experience including a minimum of 2 years working in and evaluating quality management systems. Candidates must hold a full driving licence. 

In this role you will be responsible for auditing INAB clients to assess whether these sites conform to the necessary standards. In addition, you will be responsible for policy, research, stakeholder representation and staff management. Full and extensive training will be provided. 

For the filling of this position we have retained the services of CPL Recruitment.  For further information or to apply please contact: Jenny Hill at 085 7356064 or by email Jenny.Hill@cpl.ie

Grade III Accreditation Officer

The minimum education requirement is an Honours Degree at Level 8 on the NFQ in any science related discipline.  Preferred disciplines include chemistry, biology or medical science.  Candidates should also have at least 2 years’ relevant experience including exposure to quality systems, internal or external audits and document control management.  Candidates must hold a full driving licence. 

In this role you will be responsible for auditing INAB clients to assess whether these sites conform to the necessary standards. Full and extensive training will be provided. 

For the filling of this position we have retained the services of CPL Recruitment. For further information or to apply please contact: Sarah Egan at 086 2524167 or by email Sarah.Egan@cpl.ie    

Closing date for receipt of applications for both positions is 2pm on Friday 29th May 2020.