Jobs, placements and internships
Work at the Council
Our employment arrangements are consistent with the Fair Work Act 2009 and the supplementary Fair Work Regulations 2009 and the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 (SACS award). As a public benevolent institution our employees are eligible for salary sacrificing.
The Council is an equal opportunity employer and encourages those living with HIV to apply.
RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITY: Join the Encampment Team now!
The Council is looking for inspiring, motivated and organised young people aged 18 to 30 to join the Encampment Leadership Team. Leaders are involved in planning and delivering Encampment events, and are integral to creating a positive, unique experience for young people participating in Encampment.
- Resilient, positive, culturally aware and organised.
- Professional and looking to acquire and develop new skills professional and interpersonal skills.
- Able to commit to approximately 5 hours per fortnight
Not sure if this is the right role for you? Get in touch today and we’ll talk you through it!
The AIDS Action Council values diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities and members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer communities.
Students placements and internships
The ACT is fortunate to have so many high quality learning institutions. We value the opportunity to provide assistance to students at a variety of levels across a range of disciplines to gain experience of a functioning workplace as well as increasing understanding of how a community and HIV organisation works.
We are particularly interested in working with people who are passionate about working with communities impacted by HIV, including but not limited to the LGBTI community, sex workers, people from high prevalence countries and people who inject drugs.
The Council can work with students looking for experience in Counselling, Health Promotion, Community Development, Policy Development and Business Studies. All student placements and interns are required to become volunteers of the Council to do their placements.