The Stop AIDS Campaign – part of the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development – is recruiting for two roles. We need a new Campaign & Advocacy Manager and an Activism & Campaign Officer.
These exciting roles will be central to driving forward our efforts to ensure our leaders grab the chance we now have to begin the end of AIDS. Read on for more information, or follow this link for the full job descriptions and application form on the Consortium website.
Campaign and Advocacy Manager: We need a Campaign and Advocacy Manager to lead our coordinated efforts to begin the end of AIDS, replacing Diarmaid McDonald while he is on sabbatical for eight months. This is an ideal opportunity for someone to inject new energy and direction in our evolving campaign and advocacy work and demands someone ready to hit the ground running. This may be a chance for someone looking to take a secondment from their own organisation and get involved in sector-wide advocacy. This role blends high level advocacy and strategy with dynamic grassroots campaigning and will be a demanding but highly rewarding challenge.
Activism and Campaign Officer: At the same time, thanks to funding from the Open Society Foundation, we are delighted to be recruiting for a new position: Activism and Campaign Officer. This fixed-term contract will play a critical role in supporting the delivery of our campaign priorities, working under the direction of the Campaign and Advocacy Manager and closely with the Student Stop AIDS Campaign Coordinator. The Activism and Campaign Officer will be responsible for building up our campaign and network strength and depth – reaching new campaigners in new ways – and will lead on the delivery of aspects of our campaign work, helping to shape the future of the Stop AIDS Campaign.
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