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Volunteer Board Members Needed

HIV Edmonton is an inclusive and dynamic community-based charitable organization believing health equity and gender equality is a right. We support people living with or affected by HIV and work collaboratively to provide education, support and advocacy advancing the knowledge that U=U.  Undetectable equals Untransmittable.

The volunteer board member position will be of interest to people who can demonstrate their existing connections to the HIV community and who have the following knowledge, skills, or background:

· Experience on a Board of Directors of a community-based organization

· Strong understanding of how a Board operates within a governance framework

· Resides in the Province of Alberta

Additional experience in the following areas is not necessary but may be helpful:

· Knowledge/Experience in the Business sector

· Financial management/control

· Strong connections or understanding of fund development

· Legal or Human Resources background 

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Support and Outreach Worker – Syphilis

Full Time – 3-year contract

HIV Edmonton is an inclusive and dynamic community-based organization dedicated to working with diverse communities in amiskwaciswâskahikan and across Treaty 6 territory. 

We aim to build awareness of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI) especially Syphilis, prevent new transmissions, help people living with HIV and other STBBI to live longer, healthier lives, and support community members without judgement, stigma, or discrimination.

Our Support and Outreach team primarily works within and alongside three communities disproportionately affected by HIV and other STBBI: Indigenous peoples, 2SLGBTQ+ people, and African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) people. HIV Edmonton takes a decolonized approach to supporting community members affected by syphilis and/or living with HIV or other STBBIs to access testing, treatment, and care as well as providing supports and referrals for overall holistic supports.

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Capacity Building Facilitator – Syphilis Lead

Full Time(35 hrs/wk), 3-year contract

HIV Edmonton is an inclusive and dynamic community-based organization devoted to working with diverse communities in amiskwaciswâskahikan and across Treaty 6 territory. We aim to build awareness of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI), prevent new transmissions, help people living with HIV and other STBBI to live longer, healthier lives, and support community members without judgement, stigma, or discrimination. 

Our Prevention & Education team primarily works within and alongside three communities disproportionately affected by HIV and other STBBI: Indigenous people, 2SLGBTQ+ people, and African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) people. We develop responsive, community-driven approaches to promote STBBI prevention, testing, and treatment.

 

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Capacity Building Facilitator – Gay Bisexual MSM (gbMSM) Lead

.57 FTE (20 hrs/wk), 3 year contract ending March 31, 2027 possibility of extension dependent on funding renewal

HIV Edmonton is an inclusive and dynamic community-based organization devoted to working with diverse communities in amiskwaciswâskahikan and across Treaty 6 territory. We aim to build awareness of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI), prevent new transmissions, help people living with HIV and other STBBI to live longer, healthier lives, and support community members without judgement, stigma, or discrimination.

Communities that experience racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, substance use and sex work stigmas, and other forms of systemic discrimination experience unequal access to health care systems, resulting in higher rates of STBBI. Our goal is an equitable health system, where everyone can access health services without judgement or shame. Our Prevention & Education team primarily works within and alongside three communities disproportionately affected by HIV and other STBBIs: Indigenous people, 2SLGBTQ+ people, and African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) people. We take a decolonized approach to supporting community members affected by or living with HIV and STBBI to access testing, treatment, and care. 

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