Working at ACON
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ACON is an EEO employer and encourages people with HIV to apply.
*LGBTI = lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex
Appointments to positions with ACON are on the basis of merit. This means that in every case the applicant who is judged to be the most capable of carrying out the duties of the position will be offered the job. The decision to appoint is based on the applicants written application, performance at interview, referees check and a criminal record check.
Community Health Promotion Officer - HIV health and sexually adventurous men's (SAM) programs
We're offering a great opportunity for someone inspired to join a small health promotion team working to ensure the best sexual and general health outcomes for gay men. You'll respond to client-driven needs by developing an innovative range of peer-based activities aimed at optimising health and general life outcomes for people with HIV and sexually adventurous gay men.
Reporting to the Coordinator, HIV Health and Sexually Adventurous Men's (SAM) Programs, in the HIV and Sexual Health Division, the position has operational responsibility for developing and implementing targeted campaigns and other health promotion resources that speak to where people with HIV and sexually adventurous gay men are in 2014 and beyond.
You will work in partnership with ACON's HIV testing initiatives and provide appropriate support and referrals for people newly diagnosed with HIV.
The successful candidate will support a culture of community engagement through a variety of initiatives - face to face and online support groups, social events, and workshop courses - and the development and implementation of health promotion campaigns and health education resources.
Along with the Coordinator, you will lead innovative peer-based sexual health programs with NSW's HIV positive and sexually adventurous men's communities.
This full-time position is based in Sydney.
Applications close 5pm Wednesday, 30 July 2014.
For more information about the role, please contact James Gray, Manager, Gay Men's Sexual Health Programs, on 02 9206 2000.
All applications must include :
• a completed Application Form
• a document addressing the Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description, and
• a copy of your Resume (including Referees).
ACON is an EEO employer and encourages people with HIV, in particular, to apply.
*GLBTI = gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans* and intersex
We endeavour to provide students in relevant disciplines the opportunity to gain experience through placements in some of ACON’s programs and services. We accept a limited number of placements and have previously placed students from the fields of:
- Social work
- Health Promotion
- Community Development
- Youth Work
- Alcohol & Other Drugs
If you're interested in a placement at ACON, please contact us providing details of the placement required, which specific area of ACON you are interested in and the period you are available to fulfil your placement requirements.
Contact: ACON's Human Resources Team
Tel: (02) 9206 2000
Free Call: 1800 063 060
Hearing Impaired: (02) 9283 2088