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Director, Programs & Services 

Fulltime (35 hrs/wk), permanent management position

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director, Programs and Services oversees the organization’s delivery of all programs and services.  This includes two pillars: Support & Outreach and Prevention & Education. This is a full-time, management level position that is a member of the Leadership Team and supervises two (2) direct reports and a combined staff team of ten (10). 

The Director, Programs & Services is responsible for program grants, outputs, outcomes, finances, evaluation and program development.  The incumbent works collaboratively with agency staff, funders and community organizations to develop and nurture linkages in order to facilitate the achievement of

HIV Edmonton’s vision and mission. Competencies in the supervision of staff, budget monitoring and accountability, employee relations, community relations, partner relations, and grant writing are key in this comprehensive position.  This position may appeal to a candidate in the HIV Edmonton community or someone identifying from a disproportionally affected community.

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Capacity Building Facilitator – African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) Lead 

 Contract Work (35 hrs/wk), Sabbatical Leave Coverage – Ending March 2024 with Possibility of Continuation

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 to work towards equitable health systems, 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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