Director of Jungian Trainings – BJAA – British Psychotherapy Foundation

Location: Hybrid – a combination of office and remote working
Start date: April 24, 2024
Deadline for applications: May 5, 2024
Salary: £60,000 FTE, £24,000 for 2 days

We are currently recruiting a BJAA Training Director at the British Psychotherapy Foundation (bpf). The bpf is one of the largest psychotherapy membership and training organisations in Europe, with 600 members and trainees. We are also a UK registered charity. We train therapists through high-quality, intensive clinical training programmes; and we promote increased public awareness and access to the therapies we teach.

Role description

The BJAA Training Director will oversee the planning, running and delivery of the BJAA (Jungian) Trainings.

You will oversee the annual programme of BJAA trainings in collaboration with the Training (TC), the Postgraduate Committee (PGC) and New Approaches to Theory (NAT) group. You will also oversee selection coordination for Intensive, Modified Entry Scheme and psychotherapy trainings.

Essential criteria

The successful candidates will be able to demonstrate some aspects of the following. Please download our JD for full essential and desirable criteria:

A clinical qualification in Jungian analysis, psychoanalytic or psychodynamic therapy with an openness to Jungian approaches.
Commitment to growing and developing excellent trainings.
Willingness to develop new ideas and work collaboratively with other training directors.
Commitment to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion
Good general computer literacy including competency in Microsoft Office, databases, Zoom and Microsoft Teams, and the ability to be self-supporting;

Desirable criteria

Some experience of teaching, delivering education and/or supervision would be beneficial, however not essential.
Some experience of delivering a service (training or clinical), managing a budget or working within teams that helds budgets would be beneficial, however not essential.

A DBS check will be undertaken by the bpf.

As part of our due diligence checks we will consider anything in the public domain related to your conduct or professional capacity. This will include us undertaking searches of previous public statements and social media, blogs or any other publicly available information. This information may be made available to the panel, and they may wish to explore issues with you should you be invited to interview.

How to apply

To apply, please click on the link to apply via our online portal:

You will need to submit your:

CV of not more than two A4 sides.
Completed bpf application form.

Please note, candidates will be reviewed and interviewed on an ongoing basis, so please apply early as the role may close prior to closing date if a suitable candidate is appointed.

Further information

To arrange an informal discussion about the role please contact Frances Gilles (

Contact email:



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