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Careers

If you want to be one of the driving forces behind the elimination of new HIV transmissions in New Zealand by 2025, then we are the workplace for you.

Burnett Foundation Aotearoa (previously the New Zealand AIDS Foundation) has been at the forefront of HIV prevention in Aotearoa for the past 35+ years.

With the same passion as those who have come before us, we’re continuing to work hard to prevent HIV transmission, reduce stigma, and maximise the wellbeing of those most affected. Through our community engagement, behaviour-change marketing campaigns, testing, and therapeutic support services, we reach people across the country.

Burnett Foundation Aotearoa offers the chance to work in a fast-paced, high-performing, and driven team that is committed to biculturalism and is an equal opportunities employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, or age.

Below are our current vacancies: 

Research Officer: National Office Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland - Permanent Part-time (22.5 - 30 hours per week)

He angitūtanga: The opportunity 

The Burnett Foundation Aotearoa Research Officer ensures that the organisation's strategy and programming remain evidence-driven. They provide robust and timely analyses of research, evaluation and service-related data and participate in the design and implementation of new Burnett Foundation research and evaluation projects. One of their core tasks is to monitor and synthesize scientific publications with content relevant to Burnett Foundation Strategic Plan.

 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Gather and, when appropriate, enquire for information relevant to the work of Burnett Foundation Aotearoa
  • Assist Burnett Foundation Aotearoa staff seeking scientific evidence and information.
  • Upon request, synthesize relevant evidence to assist in the provision of advice to the Burnett Foundation  Aotearoa Board, Chief Executive, Management Team and other relevant staff
  • Upon request, respond to informational queries from the public.
  • Undertake quantitative analysis of survey and other data collected by Burnett Foundation Aotearoa to inform operational decision making and tracking progress towards strategic goals.
  • Identify gaps and needs in evidence and information resource provision with the Policy and Science Manager.

He kōrero mōu: About you 

We are looking for someone who can demonstrate:

A formal tertiary qualification in relation to at least one of: Science, Social Science, Population/Public Health, Health Psychology, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Quantitative Research Methods or Health Economics. And:

  • Proficiency in planning and executing quantitative data analysis, including the use of statistical software packages (preferably using STATA)
  • Previous work experience in academic or community research
  • Ability to think critically, synthesize, and effectively communicate complex scientific research across several disciplines
  • Knowledge of issues relating to sexual health and/or HIV and AIDS nationally and internationally
  • Knowledge of intersecting health challenges among people living with and affected by HIV
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently
  • Ability to prioritize work effectively, manage changing and conflicting demands
  • Professional approach to sexuality and sexual issues
  • We welcome applications from prospective employees who already have strong knowledge of Tikanga Māori and Te Reo Māori. It is essential that all employees demonstrate willingness to learn in these areas.

As well, we would welcome the successful candidate to demonstrate:

  • Experience in evaluating projects
  • Lived experience in one or more of the priority populations (men who have sex with men, people living with HIV, Māori, people from high HIV prevalence countries) Burnett Foundation Aotearoa serves

 

Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer

There are many, many benefits to this role, including but not limited to: 

  • 20 days of annual leave with an additional 5 days of Employer Holidays over the Christmas and Easter breaks (on top of the public holidays)
  • A competitive compensation package with a starting salary of $53,092 per annum (at 30 hours per week; This is on a pro-rata basis of 0.8FTE where 1 full-time equivalent is $66,365). There is an annual progression up a 5-step salary scale that is competitive in the not-for-profit market.
  • An opportunity to design and implement research projects that make a real difference to our communities
  • An organisational commitment to flexible working arrangements that help support your unique work-life balance needs. This could include working from home for a portion of your week.
  • Reimbursement for home office equipment of up to $800
  • Professional development opportunities
  • A fun, safe, empowering and sex-positive work culture.

Tono Mai: Apply Now! 

We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, or age. 

Applications close 11.59pm Monday 4th July 2022

Please get in touch with Policy & Science Manager Jacek Kolodziej at [email protected] if you have any questions about this role.

 

 


 

 

Fundraising Specialist: National Office Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland - Permanent Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

If you want to join a fun, fast-paced team raising vital funds to help end HIV-related stigma and new HIV transmissions in Aotearoa by 2025, then read on!

He angitūtanga: The opportunity 

We’re looking for an amazing new addition to our passionate fundraising whānau to help achieve our goals while living our values of manukura (leadership), mātauranga (knowledge), kotahitanga (inclusiveness), tika (integrity), and aroha (compassion).  

Reporting to the Fundraising Lead, this is an opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to play a key role within a community-based organisation that has a strong focus on the hauora/health of gay and bisexual men, and other communities affected by HIV.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Manage suppliers to grow and retain our regular donor base 
  • Develop comprehensive donor journeys that maximise lifetime value 
  • Develop and distribute appeals that enhance our supporter development and increase donations 
  • Support the delivery of our key peer-to-peer fundraiser, Sweat with Pride, and other event fundraising and sponsorship initiatives 

He kōrero mōu: About you 

You’ll be a creative human who can demonstrate a commitment to deliver this mahi, alongside a genuine commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, te reo me ngā tikanga Māori, and an ability to translate this into your mahi. 

Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer 

There are many, many benefits to this role, including but not limited to: 

  • An organisational commitment to flexible working arrangements that help support your unique work-life balance needs. This could include working from home for a portion of your week. 
  • Reimbursement for home office equipment of up to $800 
  • 20 days annual leave with an additional 5 days of Employer Holidays over the Christmas and Easter breaks (on top of the public holidays)  
  • Professional development opportunities 
  • A fun, safe, empowering and sex-positive work culture 
  • An endless supply of condoms :) 
  • Attractive starting salary of $70,305, with annual progression up a 5-step salary scale that is competitive in the not-for-profit market. 


Tono Mai: Apply Now! 

We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, or age. 

Interested in joining our whānau?

Applications: open

Please get in touch with Fundraising Lead Russell Bradshaw at [email protected] if you have any questions about this role.

 

 

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