Program Coordinator

TREAT Asia ( is a program of amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, a US-based, non-profit organization dedicated to support HIV research, treatment, prevention, and education.  TREAT Asia works to ensure the safe and effective delivery of HIV/AIDS treatment in the Asia region through its research, community, and education programs. We are seeking a suitably qualified individual to join their Bangkok office in the following position:

Program Coordinator, MSM Program

Plan, develop, implement, and manage the activities of the Purple Sky Network (PSN) Regional Coordination Secretariat (RCS) for HIV Prevention and Care Interventions for MSM in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (i.e., Cambodia, Guangxi, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Yunnan).  Work with the national MSM technical working groups, the Regional Technical Board (RTB), and other TREAT Asia/amfAR staff to initiate, facilitate, and monitor the groups’ progress in achieving their respective two-year vision and work-plans for HIV prevention and care intervention for MSM.

- Support the collaborative regional network for HIV prevention and care of MSM in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region, providing technical assistance where needed.
- Manage the daily operational and administrative duties of the Secretariat.
- Lead the organization, scheduling, and facilitation of meetings and communications with PSN members and stakeholders.
- Represent the PSN at national, regional, and global fora, as appropriate.

- Minimum 1 year of experience in HIV/AIDS prevention and care of MSM in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. 
- Familiarity with MSM related issues, outreach, or services. 
- Strong program management skills and ability to work independently, coordinate events, and relate to different people and organizations.
- Proven English communication and public speaking skills are required, and fluency in at least one Asian language. 
- Residence in Bangkok and significant regional travel.  Knowledge of public health and HIV/AIDS policy issues, and exposure to MSM-related outreach and services provision are preferred.

Competitive salary, terms and conditions.  Thai work permit not available.  Persons infected with or affected by HIV are encouraged to apply.

For a complete job description, email our Human Resources Department at [email protected] or call: +66-2-663-7561.

Applications close on 07 January 2010.


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Thu, 2010-01-07