Work with us

Our vision is to provide fantastic job opportunities which are inclusive and represent the diversity of people living with or affected by HIV. We aim to develop an open culture of staff engagement, empowerment and decision making throughout the charity.

As a small charity we encourage staff members to shape our service offer and how we manage our resources by working closely with the Board of Trustees. We believe in an organisational structure that enables open communication and allows new and innovative ideas to flourish.

Our services and charity organisation operate on a completely digital basis. At present all our staff roles offer the opportunity to work from home or where preferred and practical at a local co-working space. We continue to develop and update our staff policy in light of changes in working practices and the changing needs of the charity.

View and apply for our current staff roles HERE

We encourage staff members to contribute to the development of Plushealth and in return we are committed to providing competitive renumeration packages, initial and ongoing training and opportunities to develop new skills and offer career progression as our charity grows.

As an inclusive organisation we strive to recruit staff members from diverse communities and backgrounds who bring a range of skills and experience which compliments the aims of our charity. Where possible we want to ensure people living with HIV are well represented within our staff team. Living with HIV isn’t an essential characteristic as our job opportunities and recruitment however we believe people with lived experience of HIV complement our work, provide a valuable perspective and can contribute to the development and growth of our charity.

Safeguarding people who use our services, staff members and volunteers is of upmost importance to us as a charitable organisation. We strive to ensure all staff and volunteers promote the well-being of adults and young people at all times.

Some of our staff roles are subject to background checks (Disqualification and Barring Service - DBS checks) to ensure we recruit people who are suitable to fulfil roles that involve contact with vulnerable adults and young people. Having a criminal conviction or the disclosure other important information provided by a DBS check doesn’t necessarily prevent anyone working with us. Any recruitment decision will be dependent on the nature of the staff role sought, together with the circumstances detailed on the DBS check.

Register your interest or apply for a current volunteer role HERE