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Tel: 01227 639768

Director of Policy & Communications (maternity cover)

Location: Highgate, London N6 (current home working during lockdown)

Salary expectation: £48,037

This is a full-time role
6-month fixed-term contract with the possibility to extend

Looking for a leadership role in an organisation dedicated to improving the rights of people living with HIV?

We’re 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.

We’re looking for an outstanding individual to join us in a key leadership position, providing strategic direction to both the Policy & Campaigns Team and the Communications Team. You’ll need to be driven by a passion for health equality and human rights and have:

• Substantial policy and campaigning experience
• A strong understanding of communications in the voluntary sector
• Excellent leadership and management skills, and
• An ability to represent National AIDS Trust at the highest levels.

In return we offer a varied and challenging role working in a supportive and flexible work environment. You will play a key role as a member of our Senior Management Team and will help shape future strategies and plans.

It’s a time of incredible opportunity in HIV, within an exceptionally challenging external environment. But we have the evidence, the skills, the relationships and the energy to make a real difference. We hope that you’ll want to be part of that.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity informally, please contact Deborah Gold, Chief Executive on 020 7814 6767.

Interviews: 7 May 2021

Closing date for applications: 9 am on the 27 April 2021

The application pack can be downloaded from our website by clicking APPLY NOW below or by sending an e-mail quoting the job title, together with your name and address to or by calling 020 7814 6767. 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 and people from black and minority ethnic communities.

We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to making reasonable adjustments wherever possible.