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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.
See below to find our current vacancies.
- Organisational Capacity Assessment Consultant (Deadline: March 1, 2017 – 6PM Bangkok time)
- Senior Manager of Communications and Partnerships (Deadline: March 3, 2017 – 5PM Bangkok time)
- Strategic Information Officer (Deadline: March 10, 2017 – 5PM Bangkok time)
We are looking for a consultant to assess the capacity of the country partners involved in a regional project aiming to strengthen HIV response-related data on young MSM in Greater Mekong countries, and to identify actions to address these gaps. See the Terms of Reference below to learn more about the assignment and how to apply for the position.
The primary responsibility of Senior Manager of Communications & Partnerships is to strategically lead APCOM’s internal and external communications efforts and to identify, develop and manage strategic partnerships for resource mobilization and technical cooperation. . The position is also expected to manage and supervise up to 5 team members and work closely with the other units in APCOM to develop upward and downward accountability products for APCOM’s stakeholders. See the Terms of Reference below to learn more about the assignment and how to apply for the position.
The Strategic Information Officer will be working mainly under APCOM’s new project: Sustainable HIV Financing in Transition (SHIFT). The Programme aims to ensure that four low- to mid-income transitioning countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Phillippines, Thailand) have sustainable, cost effective and strategically allocated funding for their HIV responses covering key populations and civil society organizations. The Strategic Information Officer is expected to generate, update and make the evidence and learnings available for its stakeholders in the region by strengthening its Strategic Information Hub and overall contributing towards the project’s achievements. See the Terms of Reference below to learn more about the assignment and how to apply for the position.