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JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Issue 179, 30 April 2004


1. SENIOR HIV TRAINERS/ MATERIAL DEVELOPERS

An international NGO implementing economic and social development programmes in Southern Africa is seeking the services of Senior HIV Trainers and Materials Developers.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Five years' experience as a trainer, or in material development
  • At least three years' experience working in the HIV/AIDS sector, preferrably VCT, home-based care or OVC issues
  • Understanding and utilisation of participatory training methodologies
  • Excellent stand-up training skills
  • Fluency in English, with African languages an added advantage

Material Developers must have in-depth experience of designing and producing innovative, participatory training materials and manuals.

To apply, e-mail or fax:

  • A detailed CV
  • A cover letter, noting the reference code HIV T
  • Information on last salary package
  • Details of three contactable references
  • Deadline: 12 May 2004

    Email:

    Fax: 27-11-339-7731


2. HIV/AIDS ADVISER

Save the Children UK is seeking an HIV/AIDS Adviser to provide technical support to programme staff involved in the implementation of HIV/AIDS-related projects. You will also assist in the development of proposals and the start-up of new interventions. This is an eighteen-month contract with accompanied status, based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with a salary of £25,000 per annum.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supporting the development and implementation of HIV/AIDS sector projects and activities
  • Ensuring that HIV/AIDS is recognised and integrated in sectoral work, including emergency response interventions
  • Contributing to the development of Save the Children's ongoing policy, strategy and advocacy development
  • Monitoring trends in the government of Ethiopia and donor policy in relation to HIV/AIDS
  • Contributing to the development and implementation of the country strategy, thematic plans and operational plan, using child rights programming
  • Providing technical support and capacity building to develop Save the Children's HIV/AIDS work in Ethiopia
  • Representing SC Ethiopia at appropriate local and national levels

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A post-graduate qualification in international public health or equivalent
  • At least 2 years' international experience in HIV/AIDS prevention and impact mitigation programming work
  • An in-depth understanding of HIV/AIDS issues
  • Broad knowledge of development issues
  • Experience in HIV/AIDS research, implementation and monitoring/evaluation
  • Highly skilled in technical capacity building
  • Willing to undertake extensive travel within Ethiopia
  • Fluent in written and spoken English - competence in Amharic is desirable

Recruitment and selection procedures and checks reflect our commitment to protect children from abuse. Save the Children aims to be an equal opportunities employer.

Please apply online to help reduce our costs www.savethechildren.org.uk Quoting ref : EA2308


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