Available Jobs: Youth Programme Coordinator

  • Application Deadline: Friday March 23rd, 2018, 6pm
  • No. of Hours: 40 hours/Wk
  • Length of Contract: 8 months
  • Starting Date: April 1st, 2018
  • Position: Full-Time
  • Salary: SG$1,800 – SG$2,400 (Negotiable)

About The Role

Gayhealth team is seeking a passionate and dedicated person to fill the position of the Pink Carpet Youth (PCY) programme coordinator.

PCY is a resource centre for gay/bi/questioning (GBQ) youths under the age of 25, which promotes the importance of sexual health in a way that is respectful, affirming and sex positive. Through peer led activities and shared experiences, it hopes to engage, educate and connect youths to resources that are vital.

Job Description:

  • Collaborating with social and support services targeting youth
  • Plan and facilitating all PCY activities and drop-In events
  • Develop and facilitating HIV/STIs workshop and 1 sexual health seminar
  • Recruit and train volunteers as counsellors for the anonymous testing service
  • Promote HIV/STIs testing to young GBQ men
  • Outreach through mobile applications, social media and at various higher education institutions
  • Creating and curating of educational video production targeting GBQ youth
  • Preparing data and maintaining reports
  • Completing all peer leader training, including full volunteer induction and counsellor training at the anonymous testing clinic


  • Identify proudly as GBQ youth
  • Singaporean and Permanent Resident only
  • Experience in events and workshop planning, group facilitation especially with youth
  • Experience in community outreach
  • Thorough understanding of our mission, and having an open minded approach towards issues that affects GBQ men. These issues include, but are not limited to, stigma, discrimination, body image, ethnicity, sexual health and sexuality
  • Self-directed and willingness to work flexible hours
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work under a youth-friendly, GBQ-positive, sex-positive, and anti-oppressive framework
  • Ability to work Saturdays and evenings occasionally
  • Speak either Chinese, Malay or Tamil language is an asset

AfA supports fair and progressive employment practices and encourages youths, individuals from the LGBTTIQ community, and people living with HIV/AIDS to apply.