Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
This is a new and exciting opportunity to support Positively UK’s communication strategy. It will provide a valuable opportunity to gain an insight into the charity sector while generating transferable skills and experience for both private and non-for-profit sectors. Our environment will give you many opportunities to learn about different aspects of the charity sector, with a particular focus on digital presence.
The role would suit someone who wants to give back to the community, or a marketing student looking to gain valuable experience in an organisation that will give you autonomy to take risk and learn whilst also having the support of the communication manager.
The position is part-time (at least 6 hours per week) and we are happy to discuss the interests and availability of candidates at the interview stage. A commitment of at least 3 months is required. Although we are not able to offer a paid position, travel and lunch will be reimbursed.
Key responsibilities may include:
Skills and competences:
To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter (no more than one page) outlining why you are suitable for the position to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
SALARY £25,000 pro rata
HOURS 28 (4 days) per week
As a key member of the team at Positively UK you will play a pivotal role in our provision of quality and effective support for people living with HIV by ensuring the smooth running of the organisation’s administration, finance and operations functions. You will be responsible for financial administration including petty cash, organising office spaces and liaise with Needs Space, working closely with the CEO supporting HR and project administration. Your role will include supporting a small team of volunteers.
We are the leading provider of peer support for people living with HIV, providing support to over 1,400 people living with HIV every year with specific projects for women, gay men and young people. We are committed the greater involvement of people living with HIV and we train people living with HIV in peer support and provide a variety of volunteering opportunities. We host the biennial conference of people living with HIV, and we ensure people living with HIV have opportunities to challenge Stigma and discrimination and increase their voices and visibility through campaigns such as Changing Perceptions and events like the Catwalk4Power.
Benefits of the Role:
Excellent training opportunities and a personalised development plan. Opportunities to be involved in a wide range of work, including event management. Generous annual leave allowance.
Successful candidates will:
• Be a self-starter, able to work as part of a team and under own supervision
• Have experience of finance and operations
• Have a commitment to equality of opportunity and high quality service provision for people living with HIV
For an informal conversation about the roles contact:
Silvia Petretti or Sarah Fraser on 020 7713 0444
For an application pack call 020 7713 0444 or email email@example.com
Final date for applications: Monday 17 June 2019; interviews will be held later that week.
Download the job description via this link: https://positivelyuk.sharepoint.com/Shared%20Documents/HR/Recruitment/Admin%20Officer%20June%202019/JD%20Admin%20Officer%202019.docx?web=1
Tuesday, November 27th, 2018
SALARY £25,000 to 27,000 per annum pro rata, depending on experience
HOURS 15 hours per week
DURATION 1 Year fixed-term contract
This one-year project will build on the success of the 2018 Catwalk 4 Power Resistance and Hope. Our pilot model gathered over 20 women with HIV to promote action to challenge stigma through creative participatory methods.
In 2019 the Catwalk for Power will create three series of workshops, with three different women’s groups (London, Brighton and Manchester), to look at the roots of stigma towards women with HIV and develop skills and strategies to confront it. The workshops will lead to the performance of three Catwalks 4 Power, where women with HIV will manifest empowerment through their performances and with the outfits they have styled and/or designed.
The project coordinators and volunteers will also do outreach in the wider community through local market stalls. Markets are a key place for social interaction between women, therefore each catwalk group will organize two market stalls displaying products produced during the workshops to disseminate information and raise awareness through women-specific HIV resources.
At the end the project coordinators in collaboration with volunteers, participants and Positively UK staff, will produce a report in the form of a Catwalk 4 Power ‘toolkit’ , to share learning so that other women’s groups around the world can be inspired and know how to create their own Catwalks for Power.
020 7713 0444 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, June 29th, 2018
SALARY c £26,000 per annum pro rata, depending on experience
HOURS 28 hours per week
DURATION 1 Year fixed term contract
We are recruiting a programme co-ordinator to build on our highly successful work with gay and bisexual men. This will include provision of one-to-one case work support, groups and workshops for gay and bisexual men living with HIV, managing a team of volunteer peer mentors, and strengthening links and referral pathways with other agencies. The Gay Men’s Co-ordinator is an exciting role at Positively UK, and coincides with the development of our new 5-year strategy, which will provide the post holder with the potential to shape the future development of the project.
Garry Brough at Positively UK on 020 7713 0444
Contact Nickesha on: 020 7713 0444, email: email@example.com
Wednesday, June 6th, 2018
SALARY £33,000 FTE (28 hours)
HOURS 28 hours per week, 4 Days Flexible Working Hours
WORKING DAYS Negotiable
Based in our office in Islington, the successful candidate will support the implementation of the charity’s Fundraising and Communications strategies. They will lead on income generation from corporate partners, charitable trusts and individual giving, while raising the external profile of the charity through our website, newsletters, social media and published materials.
Garry Brough or Silvia Petretti at Positively UK on 020 7713 0444
Contact Nickesha on: 020 7713 0444, email: firstname.lastname@example.org