We are looking for individuals with an interest in international development issues and HIV/AIDS and a strong belief in the values of the Alliance, especially in supporting communities and local NGOs in developing countries to build their capacity and skills to ensure sustainable development. Individuals do not need to be based in the UK to be considered.
We are specifically seeking:
Individuals directly representing key population communities. Key populations include those particularly vulnerable to and affected by the HIV epidemic and who are key to both the dynamics of and the response to the epidemic. Individuals are not required to formally represent or consult with their respective community network or constituency.
Individuals with high level governance or management experience in and connections with the private sector to contribute this particular expertise to the Alliance’s leadership and approach.
An in-depth knowledge and experience of one or more of the following areas is essential:
- Community responses and systems
- Civil society leadership
- Commercial and private sectors
- Public/private partnerships including income generation
Good communication skills in English are also essential. Personal experience of the impact of HIV/AIDS is desirable.
These are unpaid appointments, but expenses to twice-yearly Board meetings in Brighton (UK) and in developing countries will be reimbursed. Trustees are appointed for an initial term of three years, but may be re-appointed for two further terms.
How to apply:
To download the job description and person specification, please click here.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
Application deadline: Noon (UK time) Friday 27th July 2012
You can read more about our current trustees here.
The International HIV/AIDS Alliance is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community. We attach importance to the gender and geographic balance of the board of Trustees, and welcome applicants from HIV affected communities. Qualified people living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.