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      In today's issue:

      ^ "Public Health After 9/11"

      ^ Teaching Opportunity (MD)

      ^ Public Health Nutritionist (AZ)

      ^ Biostatistician (CA)

      ^ Pharmacy Services positions (MD)

      ^ Technical Advisor: Behavior Change Communication Specialist (USAID/Tanzania)  MUST BE U.S. CITIZEN

      ^ Country Director (Kosovo)

      ^ Research Associate (DC)

      ^ Country Coordinator (Ukraine)

      ^ Country Coordinator (Nigeria)

      ^ Program Coordinator (Vietnam)

      ^ PROJECT OFFICERS/MANAGERS/SENIOR ADVISERS - HEALTH & NUTRITION (NY)

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      "Public Health After 9/11"

      Professor Alan M. Kraut and Fitzhugh Mullan, MD, will participate in a

      dialogue on the past, present, and future of public health in the United

      States, with a particular focus on the role of the public health system in

      responding to bioterrorism. A question and answer session will follow.

      When: Friday, October 26 at 2:30 PM

      Where: The National Press Club, 529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor

      Fitzhugh Mullan, MD is a contributing editor of the journal Health Affairs, a clinical professor of pediatrics and public health at the George Washington University, and a member of the medical staff at the Upper Cardozo Community Health Center in Washington, D.C. His books include White Coat Clenched Fist: The Political Education of an American Physician and Plagues and Politics: The Story of the United States Public Health Service.

      Alan M. Kraut is a professor of history at American University and formerly a senior fellow at the National Institutes of Health. His 1994 book, For Silent Travelers: Germs, Genes, and the "Immigration Menace," received both the Theodore Saloutos Prize for the Outstanding Book in Immigration and

      Ethnic History and the Phi Alpha Theta Book Award for the Best Book in History by an Established Author.

      For more information, please contact:

      Jennifer Ambrosino

      The Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies at the George Washington University

      phone: 202.994.6420

      fax: 202.994.1606

      email: jambro@...

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      Teaching Opportunity (MD)

      Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions sponsors a program with Dunbar High School that permits a small number of graduate students who are interested in teaching with the opportunity to gain valuable experience at Dunbar. This program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation, provides

      full funding (approximately $20,000) to several Hopkins graduate students in return for facilitating science classes and labs in the science department at Dunbar.  The commitment equals approximately 20 hours per week.

      The actual participation at Dunbar begins in the second semester; prior to participating at Dunbar, Hopkins grad students receive instruction in teaching here at Hopkins.

      Dunbar High School is a magnet school for students who are interested in health and biotech related careers.  In previous years, Dunbar students have expressed enormous enthusiasm for the opportunity to learn from our grad student participants.

      If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please contact Wendy Sanders, Director of the Professional Development Office, at (410) 502-2804.

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      Nutr102401a Public Health Nutritionist, AZ

      Greenlee County Health Department is accepting applications for a Public Health Nutritionist. Greenlee County is located in Southeast Arizona, with a population of approximately 8900.

      Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Nutrition Sciences; One year experience in clinical setting providing Public Health Nutrition services. Plans, develops, budgets for and coordinates Nutrition, WIC services and Coronary Heart Disease Program; evaluates nutrition and cardio programs, initiates development of nutrition educational material; provides nutrition counseling for individual clients and public agencies; prepares or assists in preparing reports and grants; performs direct services, including voucher issuance; supervises nutrition staff.  Salary for this position is $28,000/ year with medical and dental benefits.

      Contact Information:

      Greenlee County Health Department

      P.O. Box 936

      Clifton, AZ 85533

      email: spatton@...

      phone: (928) 865-2601

      fax: (928) 865-1926

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      CMRI

      San Francisco, CA

      Biostatistician

      CMRI is a nonprofit health information company working with consumers, providers and purchasers to improve the quality of healthcare.

      Mission Statement: To improve the quality, safety, and integrity of healthcare

      through review, analysis, information dissemination, and consultation.

      I. POSITION PURPOSE:  The Biostatistician provides general biostatistical support for Medicare and other health care related projects and investigations. The incumbent supports epidemiologic/analytic staff working on quality improvement projects, beneficiary services staff working on utilization and quality care investigations, programmers developing reports and other staff in proposal preparation.

       II. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

      1. Provides biostatistical support for a variety of  projects, programs and departments.

      2. Performs sampling design and estimation including calculation of sample sizes and estimates; performs data analysis using appropriate statistical methodology.

      3. Serves as resource for content of health claims database.

      4. Develops reports on content, completeness and accuracy of databases.

      5. Collaborates with professions to develop required statistical investigation for utilization, quality and outcomes of medical care.

      6. Liaison for technical conference calls with HCFA and other PROs.

      7. Presents analytical results in reports, publications and at conferences.

      8. Identifies and explores the uses of relevant databases for health care research.

      9. Maintains current knowledge of trends in health care analysis.

      10. Provides training in statistical methods.

      11. Performs related duties as assigned.

      III. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/ABILITIES:

      1. Master's degree in Biostatistics, Statistics or related field with experience in health care or epidemiology OR a Master's in Epidemiology or a related field with a strong statistical emphasis.  PhD desirable.

      2. Two years progressively responsible experience in the application of statistical methods to the analysis of health care data.  PRO experience desirable.

      3. Demonstrated ability to analyze data; experience in using healthcare data, preferably health claim or discharge data.

      4. Proficient using Windows 95 in a Novell operating environment; proficiency in SAS software for analysis and reports, Microsoft Office and WordPerfect.

      5. Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.

      6. Statistical consulting experience desirable.

      VI. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  The physical and mental requirements are in the process of being defined.  The company will comply with all requirements of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).

      For more information on CMRI: www.cmri-ca.org

      If you are interested in this position, please email CV and cover letter to

      humanresources@....

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      Recruiting for a major pharmacy services company in the Northern Baltimore, Maryland area.

      Looking for students, researchers or associates who have degrees in

      Economics, Epidemiology, Biostatistics or Pharmaco Economics. BA, BS, MA, MS or MBA are fine.  Must have experience in managed healthcare, and pharmaceutical industry is a real plus.

      The following positions are currently available:

      Medical Economics Manager

      BioStatistics Manager

      Sr. Data/Business Analyst

      All positions have compensation depending on experience level.  There is a sign-on bonus, and a relocation package.  These are full time employee positions and include full benefits.

      Please contact Julie Henstra at 602-494-9468 ext 2, or email your resume to julie.henstra@....  Full details will be given on the positions at that time.

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      POPULATION LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

      POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

      TITLE: Technical Advisor: Behavior Change Communication Specialist

      LOCATION: USAID/Tanzania, Dar es Salaam

      Application Deadline: November 2, 2001

      INTRODUCTION:  The Population Leadership Program, a project of the Public Health Institute, seeks a Technical Advisor to work with USAID/Tanzania on its behaviour change communication programs.  The Advisor will be housed within the USAID/Tanzania Health and Population Team, providing technical advice to USAID/Tanzania and its implementing partners to enhance behaviour change communication components of the program.  The Behaviour Change Communication Specialist is expected to complete assigned duties with little direct supervision from the USAID/Tanzania Health and Population Officer while managing and providing technical support to the National Social Marketing Program and to national behaviour change communication interventions for HIV/AIDS and reproductive health. 

      PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      1.      Coordinate all aspects of USAID/Tanzania's support for social marketing and behavior change communication.

       

      2.      Provide technical support and manage USAID/Tanzania's support to the National Social Marketing Program to ensure that the program is improving access to reproductive health products (male and female condom and oral contraceptives) and effectively promoting better reproductive health practices, targeting young people and high-risk groups (e.g., sex workers, truck drivers).

      3.      Provide technical support and manage USAID/Tanzania's support for behavior change communication interventions at national and district level to improve reproductive health and HIV/AIDS preventive measures.  This involves establishing financing mechanisms, identifying and procuring technical assistance as required, promoting collaboration between public and private sector agencies and monitoring the achievement of results.

      4.      Facilitate donor coordination for behaviour change communication activities to improve reproductive health and to address HIV/AIDS.  Collaborate with the Donor Assistance Group for

      HIV/AIDS, the Tanzanian Commission for AIDS and the Ministry of Health to help coordinate donor support for national and district behaviour change communication campaigns.

      5.      Ensure sufficient communication and marketing technical support for a district-based quality recognition program for reproductive and child health services. Publicity and marketing is an

      important component of the quality recognition program.

      6.      Ensure that information is disseminated, analyzed and collected through management information systems of USAID-supported collaborating agencies and national surveys to enhance the management and to monitor the impact of behaviour change communication programs.


      REQUIRED SKILLS KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE

      1.      Education:  Masters degree in public health, international development, or health education/communication.

       

      2.      Experience & Knowledge:

      ·  At least five years experience in international public health

      ·  Experience and demonstrated knowledge of behaviour change communication and/or social                            marketing programs in Africa; Work in Tanzania is a plus.

      ·   Demonstrated knowledge in the area of women's reproductive health

      ·  Knowledge of USAID systems and procedures; experience Implementing USAID programs is a plus

      3.      Skills:

           ·  Ability to work effectively on a team

           ·  Ability to work effectively with host country counterparts and donors

           ·  Excellent interpersonal skills, outgoing, active personality

           ·  Computer skills to develop presentations, i.e., power point

      4.      Applicant must be a United States citizen.

      SALARY AND BENEFITS:  The salary range for this position is $63,211 to $82,180.  Salary

      will be based on salary history.  The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development opportunities.

      TO APPLY:  Send a current CV and a cover letter that clearly outlines your salary history, skills, and experience relevant to the position to:

      Population Leadership Program

      Attn: Recruitment

      2168 Shattuck Avenue, Suite 300

      Berkeley, CA 94704

      Fax: 510-549-1593

      E-mail: recruitment@...

      The Public Health Institute is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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      Country Director

      Pristina, Kosovo

      Doctors of the World USA seeks experienced public health professional to lead field office in Kosovo.  Position entails project oversight; liaison with funders, other NGOs and UN agencies; oversight of all personnel, finances and security.  Requires: Several years field experience at a management level, MPH or equivalent, experience in health programming, experience with project proposals, reporting and evaluation.  MD or other clinical background a strong plus. Send CV and cover letter to:  CD Search, Doctors of the World, 375 West Broadway, New York, NY 10012.  Fax (212) 226-7026.  Email: duganm@... with subject "CD Kosovo".

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      Research Associate (DC)

      Washington, D.C. based public health firm seeks a mid level research associate to conduct quantitative and qualitative research, multi-site evaluation data collection and technical assistance, statistical analysis, strong report writing. Experience in HIV/AIDS prevention program evaluation and expertise with communities of color required. Masters + 3yrs work experience or Ph.D. + 1yr work experience. Minorities strongly encouraged to apply. Fax resume 301 899-0370.

      Washington, D.C. based public health firm seeks a experienced project manager to plan and manage a large multi-site national evaluation and other health related research projects for federal health agencies. Experience in HIV/AIDS prevention and research programs, assessment of initiatives within communities of color, strong statistical analysis and report writing required. Previous experience with government contract work a plus. Masters + 5yrs work experience or Ph.D. + 3yr work experience. Minorities strongly encouraged to apply. Fax resume 301 899-0370.

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      Community Support Specialist - Eggleston Services (VA)

      Location: Hampton Roads, VA

      Assess, train and provide direct program services to adults with mental retardation and/or severe developmental and behaviors difficulties to integrate and maintain them in a day support, life skills training and community access program. Assists in the development, implementation and documentation of the direct care and training required to integrate and maintain adults with mental and physical development disabilities, who reside in nursing facilities, effectively into their environment. Performs direct care, life skills and community living training in order to maintain appropriate community integration opportunities for program participants, while raising and maintaining their optimal level of functioning.

      Requirements:  BA in Rehabilitation Counseling or related field plus one year paid experience, or HS plus three years experience. Must have valid driver's license, good driving record, free of TB in communicable form, able to lift 50 lbs., bend through a full range of motion and stand for extended periods. Pre-employment drug screen and criminal background investigation required.

       

      For more information or to apply online, please go to:

      http://CollegeRecruiter.JobControlCenter.com/JobDetail.cfm?job=1050189

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      POSITION:       Country Coordinator - Ukraine

                              HIV/AIDS Workplace Prevention and Education Program

                              Academy for Educational Development

      RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Country Coordinator will be posted to the field office in Ukraine to support management of the in-country HIV/AIDS Workplace Prevention and Education Program.  This country office is one of four primary offices that will makeup a global initiative to address workplace education and prevention related to HIV and AIDS.  The Program is a four-year initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB).

      Specific Program goals and objectives include:

              Goals:  Develop and manage technical assistance programs in collaboration with businesses and workers’ organizations and associations and non-governmental organizations to assist the Ukrainian government’s activities related to implementation, promotion, and sustainability of HIV/AIDS workplace prevention and education programs.  Technical assistance programs will include provision of training, advisory, and consultative services.

          Objectives:   Develop innovative strategies for involving all relevant parties in the development and implementation of projects to promote and sustain workplace-based HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs.

          Develop (with assistance from consultants and the Project Director) relevant information, education, and communication (IEC) materials aimed at increasing awareness at the local and national level for the purpose of eliminating the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS, and at reducing the transmission of new infections.

          Evaluate projects, promoting and supporting best practices and replicable programs, as well as developing plans for future strategies.

          Identify national policies, programs, and measures relating to discriminatory practices in Ukraine, and develop appropriate workplace policy statements.

             

              Provide technical assistance to the ministry of labor to address programmatic needs in the implementation of plans dependent upon governmental buy-in.

      Specific responsibilities include the following:

      1. Establish and maintain working relationships with representatives of major employers, employee associations, and unions within Ukraine, as well as with representatives from the government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

      2. Organize and coordinate project design missions that bring together the Project Director, program consultants, and workplace representatives to discuss and strategize programs and projects for HIV/AIDS education and prevention within workplace settings.

      3. Develop country specific workplans (4-year plan to be updated annually) for Ukraine, that take into consideration country specific national plans for addressing HIV/AIDS, and that establish a process and plan for addressing workplace prevention and education.  Plans must be developed in full partnership with ministry of labor representatives, ministry of health representatives, union representatives, and major employers.

      4. Develop, maintain, and coordinate consultant pools of local experts that can provide technical assistance related to sector-specific workplace needs and develop population specific materials.

      5. Oversee the development of local, national, and regional IEC materials including content, packaging and/or layout, and dissemination.  The Country Coordinator will work in coordination with local workplace and labor union liaisons, and will be responsible for assuring that materials are technically accurate, and are appropriate in terms of sector, profession, workplace, and culture.

      6. Identify, review, and be knowledgeable about national programs and policies related to discriminatory practices within employment.

      7. Assist corporations, government agencies, and other employers in the development and implementation of workplace policy statements that support non-discriminatory practices related to HIV sero-status and that provide support for employees affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.

      8. Provide monthly reports to the Project Director and assist in the preparation of quarterly reports for ILAB on project performance.

      9. Requirements:

      10. Advanced degree in either a public health-related discipline or human resources management.  Minimum of three years “hands on” experience working with workplace education programs.

      11. Demonstrated understanding of general (global) workplace-based HIV/AIDS prevention and thorough understanding of country specific legal, policy and statutory regulation pertinent to HIV prevention and non-discrimination.

      12. Demonstrated ability to facilitate complex relationships between organizations and individuals, and to interact smoothly with clients, colleagues, and the public, with an emphasis on client services.

      13. Previous management experience on behalf of a US government funded initiative.
      14. experience in institutional development and participatory and inclusive planning.
      15. Excellent interpersonal skills and staff management experience.
      16. Experience in program design for technical assistance and training.
      17. Written and oral proficiency in English required
      18. Knowledge of MSWord and Power Point or other presentation software packages.

      To Apply, Contact: 

      Darayan Didier-Blanchard

      Research Program Associate

      Center for Applied Behavioral Evaluation and Research

      Academy for Educational Development

      1825 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.

      Washington, DC 20009

      e-mail: ddblanch@...

      Tel:  202-884-8705

      Fax: 202-884-8879


      POSITION:       Country Coordinator - Nigeria

              HIV/AIDS Workplace Prevention and Education Program

              Academy for Educational Development

      RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Country Coordinator will be posted to the field office in Nigeria to support management of the in-country HIV/AIDS Workplace Prevention and Education Program.  This country office is one of four primary offices that will makeup a global initiative to address workplace education and prevention related to HIV and AIDS.  The Program is a four-year initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB).

      Specific Program goals and objectives include:

              Goals:  Develop and manage technical assistance programs in collaboration with businesses and workers’ organizations and associations and non-governmental organizations to assist the Nigerian government’s in activities related to implementation, promotion, and sustainability of HIV/AIDS workplace prevention and education programs.  Technical assistance programs will include provision of training, advisory, and consultative services.

          Objectives:   Develop innovative strategies for involving all relevant parties in the development and implementation of projects to promote and sustain workplace-based HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs.

          Develop (with assistance from consultants and the Project Director) relevant information, education, and communication (IEC) materials aimed at increasing awareness at the local and national level for the purpose of eliminating the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS, and at reducing the transmission of new infections.

          Evaluate projects, promoting and supporting best practices and replicable programs, as well as developing plans for future strategies.

          Identify national policies, programs, and measures relating to discriminatory practices in Nigeria, and develop appropriate workplace policy statements.

             

              Provide technical assistance to the ministry of labor to address programmatic needs in the implementation of plans dependent upon governmental buy-in.

      Specific responsibilities include the following:

      1. Establish and maintain working relationships with representatives of major employers, employee associations, and unions within Nigeria, as well as with representatives from the government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

      2. Organize and coordinate project design missions that bring together the Project Director, program consultants, and workplace representatives to discuss and strategize programs and projects for HIV/AIDS education and prevention within workplace settings.

      3. Develop country specific workplans (4-year plan to be updated annually) for Nigeria, that take into consideration country specific national plans for addressing HIV/AIDS, and that establish a process and plan for addressing workplace prevention and education.  Plans must be developed in full partnership with ministry of labor representatives, ministry of health representatives, union representatives, and major employers.

      4. Develop, maintain, and coordinate consultant pools of local experts that can provide technical assistance related to sector-specific workplace needs and develop population specific materials.

      5. Oversee the development of local, national, and regional IEC materials including content, packaging and/or layout, and dissemination.  The Country Coordinator will work in coordination with local workplace and labor union liaisons, and will be responsible for assuring that materials are technically accurate, and are appropriate in terms of sector, profession, workplace, and culture.

      6. Identify, review, and be knowledgeable about national programs and policies related to discriminatory practices within employment.

      7. Assist corporations, government agencies, and other employers in the development and implementation of workplace policy statements that support non-discriminatory practices related to HIV sero-status and that provide support for employees affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.

      8. Provide monthly reports to the Project Director and assist in the preparation of quarterly reports for ILAB on project performance.

      9. Requirements:

      10. Advanced degree in either a public health-related discipline or human resources management.  Minimum of three years “hands on” experience working with workplace education programs.

      11. Demonstrated understanding of general (global) workplace-based HIV/AIDS prevention and thorough understanding of country specific legal, policy and statutory regulation pertinent to HIV prevention and non-discrimination.

      12. Demonstrated ability to facilitate complex relationships between organizations and individuals, and to interact smoothly with clients, colleagues, and the public, with an emphasis on client services.

      13. Previous management experience on behalf of a US government funded initiative.
      14. Experience working with AIDS related non-governmental organizations.
      15. Experience in institutional development and participatory and inclusive planning.
      16. Excellent interpersonal skills and staff management experience.
      17. Experience in program design for technical assistance and training.
      18. Knowledge of MSWord, Excel and Power Point or other presentation software packages.

      To Apply Contact:

      Darayan Didier-Blanchard

      Research Program Associate

      Center for Applied Behavioral Evaluation and Research

      Academy for Educational Development

      1825 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.

      Washington, DC 20009

      e-mail: ddblanch@...

      Tel:  202-884-8705

      Fax: 202-884-8879



      POSITION:       Program Coordinator - Vietnam

              HIV/AIDS Workplace Prevention and Education Program

              Academy for Educational Development

      RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Program Coordinator will be posted to the field office in Vietnam as a stand-alone position to support a seed effort for the implementation of the HIV/AIDS Workplace Prevention and Education Program.  This country office will be a small scale organizing effort and will be secondary to the four primary offices that will makeup a global initiative to address workplace education and prevention related to HIV and AIDS. The Program is a four-year initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB).

      Specific Program goals and objectives include:

              Goals: 

             

              Pursue in-country research activities in an effort to coordinate the development and implementation of technical assistance programs in collaboration with businesses and workers’ organizations and associations to assist the Vietnam government’s activities related to implementation, promotion, and sustainability of HIV/AIDS workplace prevention and education programs. Research activities will include needs assessment, expertise recruitment and feasibility studies surrounding technical assistance programs that include provision of training, advisory, and consultative services.

             

          Objectives: 

          Research and develop innovative strategies for involving all relevant parties in the development and implementation of projects to promote and sustain workplace-based HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs.

          Develop (with assistance from consultants and the Project Director) relevant information, education, and communication (IEC) materials aimed at increasing awareness at the local and national level for the purpose of eliminating the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS, and at reducing the transmission of new infections.

          Identify national policies, programs, and measures relating to discriminatory practices in Vietnam, and develop appropriate workplace policy statements. Evaluate current in-country projects, promoting and supporting best practices and replicable programs, as well as developing plans for future strategies.

             

              Provide technical assistance to the ministry of labor to address programmatic needs in the implementation of plans dependent upon governmental buy-in.

      Specific responsibilities include the following:

      1. Function as daily point of contact in the effort to establish and maintain working relationships with representatives of major employers, employee associations, and unions within Vietnam, as well as with representatives from the government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

      2. Organize and coordinate project design missions that bring together the Project Director, program consultants, and workplace representatives to discuss and strategize programs and projects for HIV/AIDS education and prevention within workplace settings.

      3. Develop country specific workplans (4-year plan to be updated annually) for Vietnam, that take into consideration country specific national plans for addressing HIV/AIDS, and that establish a process and plan for addressing workplace prevention and education.  Plans must be developed in full partnership with ministry of labor representatives, ministry of health representatives, union representatives, and major employers.

      4. Develop, maintain, and coordinate consultant pools of local experts that can provide technical assistance related to sector-specific workplace needs and develop population specific materials.

      5. Oversee the development of local, national, and regional IEC materials including content, packaging and/or layout, and dissemination.  The Program Coordinator will work in coordination with local workplace and labor union liaisons, and will be responsible for assuring that materials are technically accurate, and are appropriate in terms of sector, profession, workplace, and culture.

      6. Identify, review, and be knowledgeable about national programs and policies related to discriminatory practices within employment.

      7. Assist corporations, government agencies, and other employers in the development and implementation of workplace policy statements that support non-discriminatory practices related to HIV sero-status and that provide support for employees affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.

      8. Provide monthly reports to the Project Director and assist in the preparation of quarterly reports for ILAB on project performance.

      9. Requirements:

      10. Advanced degree in either a public health-related discipline or human resources management.  Minimum of three years “hands on” experience working with workplace education programs.

      11. Demonstrated understanding of general (global) workplace-based HIV/AIDS prevention and thorough understanding of country specific legal, policy and statutory regulations pertinent to HIV prevention and non-discrimination.

      12. Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to facilitate complex relationships between organizations and individuals, and to interact smoothly with clients, colleagues, and the public, with an emphasis on client services.

      13. Previous management experience on behalf of a US government funded initiative.
      14. Experience in institutional development and participatory and inclusive planning.
      15. Experience in program design for technical assistance and training.

      16. Ability to work as part of a team as well as independently, efficiently; and to assess priorities and complete a variety of activities with a highly level of accuracy and timeliness. Attention to detail is required.

      17. Written and verbal proficiency in English and Vietnamese required.
      18. Knowledge of MSWord and Power Point or other presentation software packages.

      To Apply Contact:


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