Current Hiring Practices and Trends in the Development Sector
- BY David Mackenzie
· Are you passionate about creating social change and empowering communities affected by HIV?
· Are you a proven leader with excellent management and influencing skills?
· Do you want to work in a community organisation that contributes to civil society HIV responses in Asia and the Pacific?
The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations is looking for a Manager, International Programs, to provide leadership and manage our work in Asia and the Pacific. This role is critical to AFAO achieving its goals in strengthening key population and community responses to HIV in the region.
AFAO works to strengthen advocacy and policy engagement, technical capacity and organisational development for community-based organisations in Asia and the Pacific. We promote human rights, sustainability and access to services for key populations, including people living with HIV, gay men and other men who have sex with men, people who use drugs, sex workers and transgender people.
AFAO collaborates with civil society partners at regional and country level to engage government, development partners, UN agencies, and key population and community stakeholders, with a focus on financing, investment and sustainability for key population and community responses to HIV. AFAO works to increase advocacy capacity and access to strategic information and evidence, and strengthen space for civil society. We also work with the Australian Government and other partners to strengthen and contribute to Australia’s regional and international HIV efforts.
This position is full-time and based at the AFAO office in Bangkok.
The position is offered until 31 December 2018, with opportunity for extension subject to funding.
To apply for this position, please first download a copy of the Position Description from the AFAO website (www.afao.org.au/who-we-are/working-for-afao). Your application should include a cover letter, a separate document addressing the skills and experience listed in the Position Description, and your CV including two referees. Applications should be submitted to Renee Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight, Sunday 15 January 2017.