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Advisor: Safeguarding programs (Part-time, 0.6 FTE), 12-month maternity fixed-term contract

The role

Our programs work with the most marginalized groups in more than 40 countries. The Advisor Role: Program Protection will work across our program delivery function to ensure that we deliver our programs in a way that protects, secures and promotes the safety, rights and well-being of these groups. You will work with expertise inside and outside the organization to develop and improve practical tools to guide and support colleagues and implementing partners to work in a safe and secure manner. The role will be focused on safeguarding our program delivery, and the incumbent will be a key member of the safeguarding group and program performance teams. The role is a 12 month fixed term contract for maternity cover.​

Who we are

We have been at the forefront of the global response to HIV and AIDS for over 25 years, working with marginalized people who are denied HIV prevention and treatment simply because of who they are and where they live.

Established in 1993 to work with community groups in countries hardest hit by the global AIDS epidemic, we have continually adapted our approach, seeking innovative ways to break down the barriers that marginalize people living with or at risk of HIV. contract. . All with one goal in mind: an AIDS-free future for everyone, everywhere.

Everything we do is rooted in our two core beliefs:

  • That the life of all human beings has the same value.
  • That everyone has the right to access information about HIV and the services they need to lead a healthy life.

Today, we work with communities in over 40 countries, taking local, national and global action on HIV, health and human rights.

As an inclusive global partnership, we can only do what we do – and achieve what we want to achieve – by working with partners ranging from grassroots community groups to national governments. Our partners drive change where it matters, shaking up the status quo and making noise about issues the world often chooses to ignore.

Are you the Frontliner we are looking for?

You are a committed team member with a clear focus on team goals, as well as your own. You will promote best practices in your area of ​​expertise and challenge working methods to ensure the highest quality and best levels of efficiency. Your actions will be aligned with the Frontline AIDS vision and you will inspire the same behavior in your peers. You are comfortable working in a matrix management environment.

We are moving to a hybrid working model and are currently working from home, but you will also need to spend time working alongside your team as appropriate in our offices in Brighton (East Sussex, UK) or Cape Town (South Africa) The successful candidate will need to hold or be able to obtain the right to work in the UK or hold the right to work in South Africa. We are unable to sponsor this role, but we are able to consider applications from individuals residing in other countries with the relevant right to work status.

Please note : Salary will be assessed locally if the successful candidate resides in South Africa or another country.

Protection of children and vulnerable adults

Frontline AIDS operates a rigorous recruitment and selection process that reflects our commitment to child protection. The Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy can be downloaded from our website

How to register

To learn more, download the full job description and person specification from our website: 05cb45b293aa.

If you’re excited about this opportunity and think it’s right for you, we’d love to hear from you, so apply through our website. You will need to upload your CV along with a cover letter explaining why you are a perfect match for this position.

Frontline AIDS is committed to diversity and inclusion in its recruitment approach. We welcome applications from Black people and other people of color, people with disabilities, people living with HIV and LGBTIQ+, and non-binary people.

All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and a criminal record check. Having a criminal conviction and/or any other information disclosed on the DBS/PVG check or national equivalent would not necessarily prevent you from working for the charity, but any recruitment decision will depend on the nature of the position sought, the circumstances and the antecedents. of the offense or offences.

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