We're looking for a Digital Officer to support the work of our small, busy digital team. This post will cover a wide range of activities, varying over time, from editing website copy and marketing emails to executing digital advertising campaigns, administering our HIV self-testing service and helping to develop our online tools. Upcoming projects you may be involved with include a new young people's website, the development of a choose and book system for our local services and a chatbot trial.
This is a great opportunity for someone with initial experience in digital work to develop existing skills and learn new ones while supporting our work to end HIV transmission and stigma and make good sexual health a reality for everyone.
Hours per week: 35 hours Salary: £26,987 including London weighting Contract Type : Permanent Location: London Closing Date:03/07/2019 Reference:1097
An opportunity has arisen to join an innovative partnership between the West Sussex Community HIV team and Terrence Higgins Trust Brighton as a Health Advice and Support Worker. Working as part of an integrated professional team you will be improving the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV in the northern region of West Sussex - by increasing levels of general health and wellbeing, and knowledge around treatment options, side effects, sexual health etc.. It will also focus on strengthening their understanding of self management.
You will need to have experience of working in the HIV and sexual health arena with excellent communication skills and the ability to relate to a diverse range of people (including BME communities, LGBT, young people and other health professionals).
This post will cover the northern region of West Sussex (Crawley and surrounding areas) so a full drivers licence and access to a car is essential to fulfil this role.
Hours per week: 16 hours Salary: 11,031 Contract Type : Fixed Term Part Time Contract Location: Brighton Closing Date:30/06/2019 Reference:1090
Terrence Higgins Trust is the largest voluntary sector provider of HIV and sexual health services in the UK, running services out of local centres across Great Britain.
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We are looking for someone to join our HR team of six as an HR Administrator. In this varied and generalist role one of your primary responsibilities will be to support the recruitment process from end to end as well as dealing with day to day enquiries and assisting the Payroll and Learning and Development Advisers with aspects of their work therefore gaining a broad understanding and experience in all areas of the field of HR.
You will also provide HR administrative support across the many organisational departments giving you a good understanding and insight into the wider workings of the Charity.
You will use your own initiative, have a proactive approach and provide a courteous, professional service to a wide range of colleagues, external callers and stakeholders. You will also have excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team.
Lastly, you should also have experience of working with MS Office and database systems.
Hours per week: 35 hours Salary: £22,662 per annum Contract Type : Permanent Location: London Closing Date:30/06/2019 Reference:1100
We are currently looking for an exceptional researcher to work across the whole of Income Generation to provide aligned research to help identify and prioritise donors, funders and prospects who will be able to support Terrence Higgins Trust. The Prospect Research Officer will play a key role in the delivery of the Income Generation fundraising strategy. This is a new role which will work across the Statutory, Trust, Major Gifts and Corporate teams, providing an excellent opportunity to gain experience within the wider Income Generation field.
The post holder’s key responsibilities are varied and will include: conducting research to identify and prioritise relevant funding bodies (trusts and statutory), individuals, companies, donors and prospects more broadly; facilitating opportunities for cross-team collaboration in generating income; supporting in the development of funding applications for services and projects; leading on a network mapping project; and preparing research profiles.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an ambitious and highly talented fundraising team securing income to ensure that good sexual health is a right and reality for all and that the voices of people living with HIV are heard.
Hours per week: 35 hours Salary: £30, 841 inc. London allowance Contract Type : Permanent Location: London Closing Date:30/06/2019 Reference:1095
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