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Carpenters in ZimbabweAll our positions are advertised on this website as they arise. If there is nothing here for you currently, you may want to sign up for our newsletter so that you can be among the first to find out when a job vacancy is posted.

Though we are still a small organisation, we have grown significantly in the last few years, so it is well worth keeping in touch.

Current vacancies:

TB Alert's partner Naz Project London (NPL) is recruiting for a Tuberculosis (TB) Project Coordinator

Established in 1991, NPL provides sexual health and HIV prevention, support, advocacy, and informational services to targeted Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities in greater London.
 
The organisation is expanding its work with BAME Ethnic communities and is looking for a dynamic and committed person to deliver a brand new programme raising awareness of TB in the borough of Haringey with at-risk population groups.

The successful candidate must have experience of delivering health promotion outreach activities and possess excellent interpersonal skills.  An ability to speak one or more South Asian or African language is preferable but not essential.

For further information go to www.naz.org.uk/Jobs.php


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  • We need people – people like those in TB Alert, who are focused and ambitious and care for people at grass roots in the UK, India and Africa. Dr Lucica Ditiu, Executive Secretary of the Stop TB Partnership

  • We cannot win the battle against AIDS if we do not also fight TB. TB is too often a death sentence for people with AIDS. It does not have to be this way. We have known how to cure TB for more than 50 years. What we have lacked is the will and the resources to quickly diagnose people with TB and get them the treatment they need. Nelson Mandela

  • I am very impressed by the work done by TB Alert, that is why I wanted to spread the message...I am one of those that did think that TB had been eradicated...and suddenly it is back in a very big way! Baroness Joan Bakewell, explaining why she supports TB Alert

  • TB is the child of poverty – and also its parent and provider. TB Alert's Patron, Archbishop Desmond Tutu

  • TB Alert are passionate in their work to stamp out TB in the UK and alleviate the problems of people with TB. Alan Higgins, Director of Public Health, Oldham

  • TB Alert allowed me to regain a purpose to live. People who listened, understood and never judged. I am now proud to be part of the team which is able to offer peer support to others. Steve, TB Action Group member

  • TB Alert UK respects partnership work. Chennupati Vidya, President  of TB Alert partner, VMM