You will develop and deliver a culturally competent support service for people living with, and affected by, HIV who belong to black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities in London. The role will include developing care plans for clients, supporting casework for clients on access to healthcare, welfare, benefits, immigration or other issues, and running an HIV peer support group.
The role is based at NAZ in Hammersmith London, with frequent travel to other sites in London – primarily the three project boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster.
NAZ is the sexual health charity dedicated to people experiencing better sexual health. We do this because there’s a big gap in the sexual health outcomes of BAME communities compared to the general population. Everything we do works to reverse this trend.
For more information about the job and a job application form please see the attached Job Description or contact Kim Hawkins - see 'application details' for details.
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Please note the closing date for this opportunity has been extended - now closing Monday 9th October, at 12noon.
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