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Primary Practice Group: Social Impact and Environment
Salary & Benefits: The salary is commensurate with the seniority of the appointment.
Closing Date: 03/04/2023
Join Frontline AIDS in creating a future free from AIDS for everyone, everywhere.
Frontline AIDS has been on the frontline of the world's response to HIV and AIDS for 30 years, working alongside our partners to reach the people most affected by, or at risk from, HIV and who are denied HIV prevention and treatment simply because of who they are and where they live. We also help communities to amplify their voice in local, national and international policy discussions and to stand up for their human rights.
We are seeking an outstanding leader as our new Executive Director. Frontline AIDS is at an exciting juncture as we enter into our next strategic phase as an organisation. Accountable to the Board, the Executive Director will work with our senior leadership team to build on our significant achievements to date to provide the strategic, operational and people leadership to ensure Frontline AIDS continues to deliver impact for the communities it serves.
Applications are encouraged from senior leaders from a wide variety of backgrounds who are passionate about and committed to Frontline AIDS’ mission and values. You will bring vision, inspiration and visible leadership to the team leading the many facets of the organisation. You will bring strategic leadership experience and will empower and nurture our global staff. You will understand and be experienced in building and maintaining relationship with our partners. You will have resource mobilisation skills and bring a track record of securing funding from a range of sources internationally. You will be a compelling spokesperson with the ability to represent Frontline AIDS at the highest level, promoting and positioning Frontline AIDS with confidence and credibility to key stakeholders.
You will embody the values of equality and diversity, collaboration, integrity, commitment, and respect and will act as a role model, creating an environment of openness and trust, and celebrating the success of others.
To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter, detailing how you fulfil the role description and personal specification, quoting reference 6409. The deadline for applications is 9am BST Monday 3rd April.
Frontline AIDS is headquartered in Brighton UK. This role can be considered flexible or with a remote location but there will be a requirement to be present in Brighton regularly.
The salary is commensurate with the seniority of the appointment.
Frontline AIDS is committed to equality in all we do. Externally it is at the heart of our work to break through social, political and legal barriers that stand in the way of a future free from AIDS.
Internally we seek to promote diversity in all our activities, whilst developing a culture that reflects this belief. Having a diverse workforce reflects our globally diverse movement, and ensures our work is enhanced by a range of ideas on the issues and challenges we work on.
Since the inception of Frontline AIDS 25 years ago (when we were called the International HIV/AIDS Alliance), the organisation has been committed to promoting access to employment opportunities for the most marginalised people affected by the global HIV epidemic, including people living with HIV.
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