We're hiring! -- Programme Officer (Full-time) (Updated on 17 Aug 2022)
(Updated on 17 Aug 2022)
for REACH OUT is a non-governmental organisation established in 1993. We offer
services and support to women working in the sex industry. We firmly believe
that sex work is a legitimate occupation and we advocate the acceptance of sex
workers' rights and sex work decriminalisation. We are looking for suitable
candidates for the following position:
Programme Officer (Full-time)
-- To deliver HIV prevention education.
-- To participate in routine outreach (onsite and online), case following and hotline handling.
-- To organise activities and develop training programmes for female sex workers
-- To process materials for publication, e.g. educational materials for sex workers, newsletters, website and social media etc.
-- To systematise AFRO’s data archives
-- Clear commitment to the aims and values of Action for REACH OUT.
-- A minimum of 1 year working experience, preferably with a non-governmental organisation.
-- Bachelor degree in relevant fields.
-- Mature, highly motivated, able to work independently and also in a team.
-- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
-- Fluent in spoken and written English and Cantonese, communicable in Putonghua.
-- Proficient MS Office applications and Chinese word processing.
-- Available for out-of-hours outreach work.
Applicants should submit a cover letter and full resume with contact details, earliest availability, present and expected salary to the Executive Director of Action for REACH OUT by email to email@example.com before 31/8/2022. Applicants not invited for interview within 4 weeks may consider their applications unsuccessful and their personal data will be destroyed.
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