Job Posting: The New Face of HIV Project, AIDS Vancouver

‘The New Face of HIV’, represents a community initiative to better reflect the realities of living with HIV today. In British Columbia, people living with HIV have access to the best treatments at the earliest stages of infection. Advancements in HIV treatment make treated HIV a manageable condition. Individuals with access to modern treatment interventions such as HAART can now expect to live normal lifespans with few, if any, HIV-related negative health outcomes.

The New Face of HIV is an education and awareness project that will work with targeted groups who are currently the most impacted by the virus (gay, bi, trans, OMS men, Indigenous people, vulnerable women, youth). Through our HIV Online Helpline, social media and print campaign, we will engage the public with the most up to date information on HIV, in order to reduce stigma, thus improving testing and treatment and prevention outcomes that will reduce infections.

If you are interested in being a part of this exciting project:

  • Are a person living with HIV and are Undetectable?
  • Do you have a passion for educating people and delivery dynamic workshops?
  • Do you possess a Diploma in volunteer management or in a related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience?
  • Do you have at least two years relevant work experience in a nonprofit organization in volunteer management?
  • Are you available to work part-time, two days/week, in a fairly independent role on a temporary contract basis?

 

If you were able to check off all of the boxes above, then please consider applying.

Read the complete job posting and how to apply.

No phone calls, please.  This posting will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Although we consider every application carefully, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. AIDS Vancouver is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from those of diverse backgrounds (incl. gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, community origin, and HIV status).