- Do you want to be part of a huge nationwide campaign this World AIDS Day? Support needed in Communications, Community Fundraising and Finance.
NAT is seeking three talented people to join us for our exciting World AIDS Day 2019 campaign. You could be working in the Communications, Fundraising or Finance teams - please specify your preference if you have one although this can’t be guaranteed.
Last year we raised HIV awareness across the country with our Rock the Ribbon campaign. We produced a short video featuring VMA-award winning choreographer Sherrie Silver dancing and voiced by Stephen Fry, which had 175,000 views across all our digital platforms, sent out 150,000 red ribbons, supported hundreds of fundraisers, and sold our amazing red ribbon brooches. This year we want to do even more!
We are looking for committed people who are self-motivated, flexible and enthusiastic to help us with our new campaign to raise awareness and funds.
NAT is the UK's policy and campaigning charity dedicated to transforming society's response to HIV. We champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change. Our successful, award-winning work has led directly to real improvements in the lives of people living with and affected by HIV, such as our successful campaign to make PrEP available on the NHS.
Successful candidates will be helping support our communications function spread the word about World AIDS Day, sending out brooches and ribbons through our shop, and liaising with and sending out resources to our fundraisers across the country.
Closing date: Monday 23 September 2019 (9am)
Interviews: Monday 30 September and Friday 4 October 2019
(Please note: These roles have an ideal start date of Monday 14 October 2019, subject to availability.)
The application pack documents can be downloaded from the NAT website, or by sending an e-mail quoting the job title, together with your name and address, or by calling the NAT office. All materials are available in alternative formats upon request.
NAT is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from people living with HIV, gay and bisexual men, trans and non-binary people, and people from black and minority ethnic communities.
We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to making reasonable adjustments wherever possible.