Working for the Queensland AIDS Council
There are currently no positions vacant. Positions will be posted as they arise, and will also be made available via QCOSS and Ethical Jobs.
Ending HIV and Promoting LGBTI Health
Promoting LGBTI Health
The Queensland AIDS Council (QuAC) is an independent community based health promotion charity. QuAC was formed in 1984 by a group of largely gay men in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Queensland. From that time the Queensland AIDS Council grew to deliver HIV prevention programs, client services for people with HIV, peer support through Queensland Positive People and we provided a strong voice on HIV and gay issues.
Today, we continue our valued HIV prevention work, and also tackle wider health issues for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and intersex Queenslanders.
Our Vision: A Queensland where all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people achieve the best possible health and well-being and participate fully in the life of communities, free from stigma and discrimination.
Our Mission: To enable lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to increase control over and improve their health, as a resource for social, economic and personal development and an important dimension of quality of life.
What we do:
QuAC currently has two main program areas:
- Sexual Health (including our HIV/STI Clinic, Men4Men and 2 Spirits Programs)
- Healthy Communities (focused on LGBTI Health, Mental Health, Ageing, CALD programs, a Gender Clinic in Brisbane and inclusive practice improvement)
Comment and Feedback
We welcome feedback about any of QuAC’s programs or activities. Please pass on your comments to the staff member or volunteer leading the activity, a Board member or by ringing, writing or emailing us.
If you have a formal complaint to make, please refer to QuAC' feedback and conflict management policy available on our website or phone us for more information or assistance.