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Since 2007, the Secretariat, based in Bangkok, Thailand has increased its staff complement to meet the needs of the region. We recruit diverse, highly skilled, approachable and compassionate individuals and encourage diversity and community representation. All our staff identify as being part of the community and as one of the key affected populations including youth and people living with HIV.
- Senior Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer (This will be a rolling application and ends when the person is recruited)
- Campaign Officer (Thai National only) Deadline: 31 July 2018, 23:59 Bangkok Time
Creative Agency for testBKK’s Upcoming Webseries. Deadline:12 August 2018, 23.59 hrs (Bangkok time)
This person will support learning, monitoring and evaluation activities across all programme area. This will include: process and tools development, data collection and analysis, reporting and learning/reflection processes, and some evaluation. The position will assist APCOM as a regional organisation in the use, adaption and reporting form tools and processes and will be active in identifying learning opportunities from APCOM’s work that demonstrate impact, outcomes and important learning opportunities.
APCOM is looking for Campaign Officer for testBKK – APCOM’s flagship HIV testing campaign for young gay men living in Bangkok. testBKK is one of Thailand’s largest and globally-known HIV testing campaign, which has produced viral gay webseries such as GayOK Bangkok. The Campaign Officer will be managing both online and offline campaign to encourage young gay men to take HIV testing through various ground-breaking projects and partnership with diverse leaders in the HIV field and grassroots partners on the ground. Download the Terms of Reference (ToR) below to learn more about the vacancy and how to prepare the application.
APCOM is looking for an individual filmmaker/videographer or a creative agency to execute testBKK’s web-based reality show. testBKK is APCOM’s flagship HIV testing campaign for young gay men in Bangkok. The reality show is expected to provide an entertainment value to the target audience, while also educating them about HIV and sexual health knowledge. Download the Terms of Reference (ToR) below to learn more about the vacancy and the project’s creative brief, as well as how to prepare the application.