UKAGP Vacancies

Membership of the Organising Committee offers engagement with a supportive, creative and dynamic group of gestalt practitioners who are committed to supporting and developing the interests of the gestalt community in the UK and further afield.

We meet three to four times each calendar year, usually on a Saturday, sharing lunch and fun as well as having rich discussions, making decisions and putting into action the day-to-day management of the Association. Please see the UKAGP Constitution for a detailed description of the role of the Committee.

This is your opportunity to join the team! We would love to talk with you if you have an interest. Please contact us at the email addresses that follow the brief role descriptions below for more information.

Current Vacancies:

UKAGP Administrator

The UK Association for Gestalt Practitioners is looking for an Administrator.

Do you have an interest in fulfilling this role as a member or do you know someone who is not necessarily part of the gestalt therapeutic community who may be able to give some of their time to assist us in our work?

As Administrator you will assist the UKAGP to increase awareness and understanding of gestalt therapy amongst the therapeutic community and the wider public.  You will work alongside the UKAGP Chair and Organising Committee.  The UKAGP Administrator is integral to the activities of the UKAGP as a responsible membership organisation in providing a good service to our members.

The UKAGP Administrator is a self-employed role with a guaranteed minimum 200 hours per year and additional hours available for specific project work.  You will therefore need to submit invoices to the UKAGP monthly; be responsible for paying your own National Insurance and tax and will not receive any holiday or sick pay. Wage: £15 per hour.

Please read and download the role description for this post below and do not hesitate to contact the Chair of the UKAGP Organising Committee on for any further information.

To apply please send your CV and a covering letter describing your interest in the role, and what you would bring to it, to

Closing date: 5pm on Thursday 14th December 2017

Honorary Treasurer

This post sits outside of the committee, and is open to current or retired finance professionals, or people with sound financial experience, looking for an opportunity to do some voluntary work. The main role would be to have a consistent person who stays as committee members come and go, and to offer support as needed to the finance officer. There is no requirement to attend committee meetings.

Please contact Liz Beauchamp on for more information.