Work for us

Do you have the drive to help get those affected by HIV the health and equality they deserve?

We're always on the lookout for people who are...

  • Inspirers
  • Dedicated
  • Team Players
  • Motivators
  • Passionate
  • Free Thinkers
  • Creative


In return for your skills and dedication we offer...

  • Challenging & rewarding opportunities
  • Sincere appreciation
  • The chance to make a difference
  • An environment where your ideas can be taken seriously
  • A safe working environment
  • Continuing support, supervision and relevant training
  • An induction into the organisation

Current positions

Community Engagement Officer

35 hours a week, 12-month contract
Salary £25,153 per annum including London Weighting
Flexible working arrangement - mix of home and office, Highgate London N6

Are you passionate about ensuring the voice of people living with HIV are heard, and ensuring they have a say in decisions that affect them?
Looking for a chance for your campaigning and organising skills to make a real difference?

National AIDS Trust is 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 someone who can lead and develop our work with people living with HIV and affected communities, to ensure their views and experiences are embedded in the work of National AIDS Trust and reflected in public policy-making.

You'll manage relationships with a range of people, community groups and organisations, co-ordinating networks, managing projects and supporting campaigning. You'll be digitally-savvy, super-organised, with great speaking and writing skills, and have the ability to relate to people from all backgrounds.

Applications for this role from people living with HIV are particularly encouraged.

The application pack documents can be downloaded by clicking the 'Download Details' button below, or by sending an email quoting the job title, together with your name and address to recruitment@nat.org.uk or by calling 020 7814 6767. All materials are available in alternative formats upon request.


Closing date for applications: Thursday 14 October 2021 (9am)

Interviews: Tuesday 26 October 2021

National AIDS Trust is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from people living with HIV, gay and bisexual men, trans and non-binary people, and people from black and minority ethnic communities.

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


National AIDS Trust (NAT) is a Registered Charity No. 297977 and a Company Limited by Guarantee No.2175938 (registered in England and Wales)

Member of Board of Trustees

Highgate, London N6
Unremunerated

Will you share your expertise with a cutting edge charity protecting the rights of everyone affected by 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.

NAT has an excellent track record of successfully influencing legislation and national policies which affect people living with HIV in the UK. Our organisation is credible, influential and effective.

We're seeking two new Trustees to join our Board of Trustees. You'll fulfil one of the following two criteria:

  • Based in Wales and with an understanding of the Welsh context for one or more of the following domains: political environment, health system, HIV, voluntary sector
    Or

  • Living with HIV and a member of one of the following key populations affected by HIV: a young person and/or a member of an ethnic minority group disproportionately affected by HIV (Black African, Latin American, Black Caribbean, South East Asian).

If you are a strategic and independent thinker with excellent judgement and an understanding of the charity sector we would love to hear from you.

We welcome applications both from those with and those without knowledge of HIV, to complement a Board which already has this expertise.

NAT is a UK wide organisation but the majority of Board business is conducted at the London office. The time commitment is to attend 4 meetings a year, one away day, and reasonable availability to support staff with ad hoc advice. The position is unremunerated but we pay reasonable travel expenses.


Closing date for applications: Thursday 30 September 2021 (10am)

Interviews: Tuesday 19 October 2021

The application pack documents can be downloaded by clicking the 'Download Details' button below, or by sending an email to recruitment@nat.org.uk or by calling 020 7814 6767. All materials are available in larger fonts upon request.

National AIDS Trust is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from people living with HIV, gay and bisexual men, trans and non-binary people, and people from black and minority ethnic communities.

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


National AIDS Trust (NAT) is a Registered Charity No. 297977 and a Company Limited by Guarantee No.2175938 (registered in England and Wales)

"National AIDS Trust is a completely unique experience as we are a charity that solely targets the structural heart of issues affecting people living with or at risk of HIV. I know the work we do is bit by bit having a real impact on people’s lives and chips away at societal inequalities" - Kat

"Everyone is enthusiastic and dedicated to making a real difference, which they do every day, whilst at the same time being friendly and making National AIDS Trust a lovely place to work" - Sharon

"I’ve been working at National AIDS Trust for over a year and enjoy being a part of a small but mighty and highly dedicated team. I have benefited greatly from the opportunities that arise from working for a smaller organisation during what is an exciting and challenging time for the HIV sector" - Daniel