The Gender and Sexual Health Initiative is hiring! We are looking to fill the following part-time positions: Project Coordinator – Qualitative Research Clinical Research Associate (nurse) Interviewer/Outreach Worker (Mandarin speaking) for our AESHA project Women living with HIV are encouraged to apply! For more information, please check our website.
GSHI is hiring! We are looking for 1-2 casual Interviewer/Outreach Workers for our community-based research team. Women (trans-inclusive) living with HIV strongly encouraged to apply! Description: Works with community-based research (CBR) sexual health and HIV/AIDS team under the direction of the GSHI Principal Investigator(s), Research Coordinator & Assistant Coordinator. Conducts interviews for research,providing support in… Read more »
JOB: Works with multi disciplinary sexual health and HIV/AIDS research team under the direction of the GSHI Director and Principal Investigator(s). With support from the assistant project coordinators, the Research Coordinator is responsible for the planning, development, implementation and operation of two community-based longitudinal research cohorts: AESHA (An Evaluation of Sex Workers Health Access) and… Read more »
In this issue: SHAWNA Project Updates GSHI at CAHR 2015 Women, HIV and the Law Recent Publications
The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS is currently looking to recruit three Clinical Research Associates for the Gender & Sexual Health Initiative. JOB: Works with multidisciplinary sexual health and HIV/AIDS research teams under the direction of the GSHI Principal Investigator(s) and Research Coordinator. Interview, pre/post-test counselling, HIV, STI and HCV testing, providing support in… Read more »
The GSHI currently have three positions available for interested candidates: 1) Program Administrative Coordinator – posting open until Friday, February 27, 2015 2) Interviewer/Outreach Worker (Mandarin-speaking) – posting open until March 6, 2015 3) The SHAWNA Team is actively seeking additional members for the Positive Women’s Advisory Board (PWAB). Please click here for a description of the… Read more »