- Are you looking to build a career in policy and campaigning?
- Flexible working arrangement: mix of home and London office working
National AIDS Trust is the UK's HIV rights charity. We work to stop HIV from standing in the way of health, dignity and equality, and to end new HIV transmissions. Our expertise, research and advocacy secure lasting change to the lives of people living with and at risk of HIV.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic policy and campaigns team. We work on a wide range of issues that affect people living with HIV, focusing on four strategic goals:
- STOP: we will stop new HIV infections.
- CHAMPION: we will champion the needs of people whose voices and experiences are too often ignored.
- PROTECT: we will protect the rights of everyone living with and at risk of HIV.
- DRIVE: we will drive engagement and activism to change attitudes to HIV.
You'll be flexible and self-motivated with good communication skills. You'll have the ability to develop clear policy positions and recommendations, a commitment to human rights and a broad understanding of the policy and parliamentary process in the UK.
You'll also have good interpersonal skills and be comfortable juggling a varied and demanding workload. A team player, you will engage with a wide range of policy issues, with lead responsibility for specific areas of National AIDS Trust's policy agenda all related to HIV in the UK context.
National AIDS Trust welcomes applications from recent graduates and will take into consideration experience from a range of settings.
Closing date for applications: Friday 19 November 2021 9am
Interviews: Thursday 2 and Friday 3 December 2021
The application pack documents can be downloaded from our website, or by sending an email quoting the job title, together with your name and address or by calling us. All materials are available in alternative formats upon request.
National AIDS Trust is committed to equality and diversity and particularly 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.
National AIDS Trust (NAT) is a Registered Charity No. 297977 and a Company Limited by Guarantee No.2175938 (registered in England and Wales)
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