Job Type






Health Promotion Specialist United Kingdom

Terrence Higgins Trust

Terrence Higgins Trust United Kingdom United Kingdom

1 month ago

Hours per week
28 hours (0.8 WTE)

Actual Salary

Contract Type
Fixed Term - Part Time



Closing Date

Job Reference

An exciting opportunity has arisen to support the design and delivery of effective outreach services in Oxfordshire, predominantly focusing on working with marginalised communities, such as homeless populations and people from minoritised ethnicities.
This role will support the delivery of the Oxfordshire User involvement project whilst designing and developing outreach education programmes for delivery in various locations across the county.
You will continue to build on work delivery with CSW’s (Comercial Sex Workers) which to date includes working in partnership with local homeless organisations and drug and alcohol services, universities and our partners in clinical service to provide safer sex and contraceptive advice, information, resources and support.
You will be required to build partnerships with... a wide range of people and demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills. Experience of delivering health promotion and behaviour change interventions is essential for this role
This opportunity is on a fixed term basis until March 2024. With the possibility of an extension.

The organisation
Terrence Higgins Trust was set up in 1982 following the death of its namesake, Terry Higgins, who was one of the very first people to die of an AIDS-related illness in the UK. As an organisation we are always aiming to ensure we are always meeting the needs of people affected by HIV and poor sexual health.
Sexual and Reproductive Health Directorate.
Terrence Higgins Trust Sexual and Reproductive Health Directorate designs and delivers high quality services throughout England, Scotland and Wales aimed at preventing sexual and reproductive ill health and supporting the needs of people living with HIV. We achieve this by working in partnership with Public Health Commissioners, Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, Health Boards and wider health and social care networks including service users. Our approach to these commitments includes maintaining relationships with strategic partners and creating new ones to increase our service offer and we continually improve outcomes in accordance with national standards and local needs and requirements.
A courageous organisation
We were formed in 1982 following the death of Terry Higgins, one of the very first to die from an AIDS-related illness in the UK. Since then, we’ve acted boldly and passionately to meet the challenges of this ever-changing epidemic. Now as the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity, we are looking to take new, innovative steps to drive forward our ambition.
An ambitious organisation
We are working to end HIV transmission in the UK by 2030, help people to live with HIV and improve the nation’s sexual health. It’s a critical moment - for the first time our goals are within reach. We are working together with our beneficiaries and partners to make the end of HIV transmission a reality.
A people organisation
Terrence Higgins Trust is its people- our service users are central to our organisation and the services we provide, at the core of our organisation, driving how we work, where we work and what we do. Our talented staff create innovative and engaging programmes, many of whom are also living with HIV. We know that equity, diversity and inclusion are critical to the work we do. We are striving to be an anti-racist, anti -exist organisation and are committed to having a workforce with people from different backgrounds.

At Terrence Higgins Trust we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of the vulnerable adults and young people with whom we work and we will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with these groups are recruited to work for us. Certain posts are therefore subject to a range of vetting checks including a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in England and Wales or Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check in Scotland.
Having a criminal conviction and/or any other information divulged on the DBS/PVG check would not necessarily prevent you from working for the charity, but any recruitment decision will be dependent on the nature of the position sought and the circumstances and background of the offence(s).

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Salary: £21,694.00 per year
United Kingdom

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