Calls | EATG http://www.eatg.org European AIDS Treatment Group Sun, 19 Nov 2017 22:29:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Do you want to become an EATG intern? http://www.eatg.org/calls/do-you-want-to-become-an-eatg-intern/ Tue, 18 Apr 2017 13:25:55 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=4389 EATG is looking for an intern to support our project based work and office related work. The intern will assist other staff members in their work, but will also get the opportunity to carry out a project of their own.

How to apply:

Please apply to application@eatg.org, attaching one file containing a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) and a CV (maximum 2 pages), in English, detailing your competencies and experience relevant to this role and your reasons for applying for the post. The cover letter should also outline which EATG project(s) you would be interested in and why.

The file name must include the job title and your full name e.g. Admin and Project Intern_Jane Selby

The email subject must include the position name only.

Application deadline: midnight CET, 15th May 2017

Interview days: week starting 5th June 2017, in Brussels
Type of Position: Internship (paid)
Working hours per week: 38
Starting Date: latest 1st July 2017

Any application arriving after the deadline or without the stipulated file requirements will not be considered. Only preselected applicants will receive a reply.

Terms of reference

Reporting to the Executive Assistant, the Admin and Project Intern will support EATG activities as follows:

Office Assistance (30%)

  • Answering telephone and transferring to appropriate staff member.
  • Meeting and greeting clients and visitors.
  • Performing general clerical duties, including but not restricted to, photocopying, mailing, and filing.
  • Distributing incoming mail, dispatching outgoing mail.
  • Support in maintaining both the hard copy and electronic filing system, including contracts
  • Support in maintaining office policies and procedures
  • Updating office and EATG activity agenda
  • Support in development and evaluation of DOI survey. Updating lists based on current information.
  • Support in maintenance of members’ records
  • Preparation of membership fee letters and follow up of fee payments
  • Maintenance of membership database and mailings lists
  • Scanning and filing of all financial documents
  • Liaising with cleaning persons
  • Drafting administrative documents (visa letters, invitation letters, etc.)
  • Updating contact list
  • Preparation of welcome letters and welcome packages to new members
  • Other duties as assigned.

Working Group and Project Assistance (30%)

  • Support in minute taking, reporting (reviewing/formatting)
  • Administrative support to working group officers and project managers
  • Support in preparation of meetings (agendas, contacting participants etc.)
  • Other duties as assigned.

Project Work (40%)

  • Development and involvement in projects and activities such as policy and advocacy, training and capacity building, affordability or women’s portfolio.

For a candidate to participate in the selection for this position, s/he must meet at least the following minimum requirements:

  • Experience in an administrative role;
  • Strong sense of teamwork and collaboration;
  • Interest in the topics that EATG is working on;
  • Excellent coordination and organisation skills;
  • Ability to meet deadlines and prioritise multiple tasks;
  • Very good MS excel and word skills;
  • Excellent command of English; other languages (Dutch, German, Russian) are an asset;
  • Eligibility to commence internship in Belgium.

Preferable knowledge:

  • Social media experience
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EATG is hiring! Executive Assistant position http://www.eatg.org/calls/eatg-is-hiring-executive-assistant-position/ Tue, 18 Apr 2017 11:34:40 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=4385 EATG is looking for an Executive Assistant (EA). The EA will assist the Executive Director and lead the EATG team in its administrative functions. S/he will organize and supervise the administrative activities that facilitate the smooth running of the secretariat in Brussels. The EA will equally assist the Financial Manager in performing accounting and follow up / monitoring of financial tasks and transactions.

How to apply:

Please apply to application@eatg.org, attaching one file containing a cover letter (maximum 1 page) and a CV (maximum 2 pages) in English, detailing your competencies and experience relevant to this role and your reasons for applying for the post.

The file name must include the job title and your full name e.g. Executive Assistant_Jane Selby

The email subject must include the position name only.

Application deadline: midnight CET, 15th May 2017

Interview days: week starting 29th May 2017, in Brussels
Type of Position: Full-time, Permanent
Working hours per week: 38
Monthly salary (EUR): 3400 – 3800 EUR gross, depending on experience
Starting Date: 1st July 2017

Any application arriving after the deadline or without the stipulated file requirements will not be considered. Only pre-selected candidates will receive a reply.

Terms of reference

Using a range of office software, including email, spreadsheets and databases the EA will be:

Office Management (40%)

Office

  • managing filing systems;
  • managing development and implementation new administrative systems, e.g. for the saving of data; updating contacts etc.;
  • developing and implementing office policies and procedures;
  • organising the office layout and maintaining supplies of stationery and equipment
  • recording office expenditure and managing the budget;
  • following up on service provider contracts (renewal, ending etc.)
  • maintaining the condition of the office and arranging for necessary repairs;
  • arranging regular testing for electrical equipment and safety devices;

Executive Assistance

  • overseeing the office during the absence of the Executive Director;
  • writing reports for senior management and delivering presentations;
  • preparing reports (e.g. Annual Activity Report and GA Report);
  • supporting fundraising proposals;
  • taking up other tasks as allocated by Executive Director
  • dissemination of documents to external stakeholders
  • preparation of meetings with external stakeholders
  • replacing the Executive Director during his absence

HR assistance

  • drafting, filing and following up on contracts (renewal, ending, probation period…);
  • checking timesheets especially with regards to project planning organizing;
  • printing and filing of timesheets in line with EC project regulations;
  • chairing meetings with staff (incl. setting up agenda and taking minutes);
  • monitoring staff holidays and overtime and report any irregularities or excess to Executive Director
  • overseeing the recruitment of new staff, including training and induction;
  • reviewing and updating health and safety policies and ensuring they are observed;
  • ensuring coverage for absences and peaks in workload;
  • carrying out staff appraisals, managing performance and disciplining staff;
  • delegating work to staff and managing their workload and output;
  • promoting staff development and training;
  • implementing and promoting equality and diversity policy;
  • liaising with Securex for HR related issues; making sure work rules are up to date
  • preparing salaries including annual calculation of indexation, holiday pay, 13th month, Ecocheques, changes of status or address etc.;
  • collecting and filing sickness or other absence notes when necessary;
  • overseeing individual staff work plans;
  • organizing team building activities.

Financial assistance (60%)

The Executive Assistant will provide financial assistance in the implementation of finance related activities. Other tasks will be agreed upon in mutual agreement based on the needs.

This includes:

  • Management of petty cash including on-site payments where necessary;
  • Supervising invoices and payments (requests for payment, requests for reimbursement and credit card statements.
  • Coordinate, draft, track and file contracts with members and consultants;
  • Monitoring internal budgets;
  • Monitoring all events’ budgets alongside Events Coordinator;
  • All internal financial reporting;
  • Tracking external reimbursements (sending out payment requests, tracking payments received)
  • Recording, tracking and reporting of social accounting;
  • Sending membership fee request letters and payment reminders and tracking those payments together with Declaration of Interest (DOI), etc.;
  • Replacing the Financial Manager in her absence
  • Request or prepare entertainment forms where relevant, and file accordingly
  • Support the work within the finance committee

For a candidate to participate in the selection for this position, s/he must meet at least the following minimum requirements:

  • At least 3 years of experience in a HR role in Belgium, preferably including staff management;
  • At least 3 years of experience in a financial role, preferably in an NGO;
  • Excellent coordination and organisation skills as well as strong time management skills;
  • Good social skills; being able to motivate people;
  • Be a team player, accountable and able to work autonomously;
  • Very good MS Excel and Word skills;
  • Excellent command of English;
  • Good command of Dutch or French;
  • Eligibility to work in Belgium.

Preferable knowledge:

  • Good command of German;
  • Knowledge of German accounting software “DATEV”
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CoPE – Apply now for small grants for your local projects http://www.eatg.org/calls/cope-apply-now-for-small-grants-for-your-local-projects/ Thu, 01 Sep 2016 10:45:15 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=2150 CONTINUOUS PATIENT EDUCATION (CoPE) GRANTS

CoPE PROJECT

The overall long-term goal of the CONTINUOUS PATIENT EDUCATION (CoPE) Project is to outreach to broad regional audience that needs scientifically-accurate, reliable, user-friendly and patient-oriented information on treatment, care, support, and prevention of HIV/AIDS. By funding the translation & adaptation of existing, or the development of new patient education materials related to HIV/AIDS treatment, local people living with HIV and their advocates are empowered to dialogue with clinicians, health administrators and policy makers.

APPLY FOR A CoPE GRANT

We are pleased to announce that a call for applications for CoPE is now open. Please find below detailed information on how to apply for this grant.

Proposals are invited for projects that will contribute to:

  • Promote necessary, objective, reliable and up-to-date knowledge and skills about HIV/AIDS and co-infections among patients, patient groups, groups at-risk, and healthcare providers;
  • Raise awareness and appreciation of facts and issues related to HIV/AIDS treatment among PLWH (such as women, men who have sex with men, injecting drug users, sex workers, migrant communities and other groups at-risk);
  • Offer objective, scientifically-accurate, high-quality, patient-focused and user-friendly overview and summary of relevant health and treatment information on specific and generic HIV-related topics and issues;
  • Engage, support and empower local HIV-positive community for the preparation and development of necessary and relevant treatment materials.

If you are interested in applying for a CoPE grant, please fill in and submit an application form online via this link: http://www.eatgtrainingacademy.com/apply-for-cope. First, you are asked to specify if you are applying for the translation of an existing document or the development of a new publication. Once you have indicated your choice, please fill in all the sections of the application form (in English). Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Submission Deadline: The deadline for submission is 18 September 2016 (23:59 CET)

Read more about the application process and terms here:  CoPE Call for applications Sept 2016 FINAL_without track changesCoPE Call for applications Sept 2016 FINAL_without track changes

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CHAFEA MSM Project Advisor http://www.eatg.org/calls/chafea-msm-project-advisor/ Tue, 23 Aug 2016 07:54:02 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=2007 The EATG is looking for a project advisor in this upcoming CHAFEA project on assessing the behavioural patterns of MSM living in Europe.

Please note that this call is open to EATG members and supporting members only.

The role of the CHAFEA MSM Project Advisor is to provide advice and knowledgeable input for a review of community based health workers’ (CHW) knowledge, attitudes and practices about sexual health of men who have sex with men in Europe and neighbouring countries. The 3-year-project, titled ‘Behavioural Survey for HIV/AIDS and associated infections and a survey and tailored training for community based health workers to facilitate access and improve the quality of prevention, diagnosis of HIV/AIDS, STI and viral hepatitis and health care services for men who have sex with men’, will be launched in September 2016 and is funded by the Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA , EU). The overall goal is to strengthen the community response and raise awareness about the persisting legal, structural, political and social barriers hindering a more effective response to the syndemics of HIV, hepatitis viruses B and C, and other STI among MSM. The EATG part of the work will be performed within the first 3 months of the project.

If you are interested in applying for the CHAFEA MSM Project Advisor position, please send a CV and motivation letter to the EATG Executive Director Koen Block (koen.block@eatg.orgby 5 September 2016.

Also read the Terms of Reference here: ToR for CHAFEA MSM Project Advisor

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Become a community abstract writing mentor for the HepHIV Conference http://www.eatg.org/calls/become-a-community-abstract-writing-mentor-for-the-hephiv-conference/ Thu, 18 Aug 2016 15:27:03 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=1988 This is a call for mentors in a community abstracts support programme for the HepHIV 2017 Conference, “ HIV and Viral Hepatitis: Challenges of Timely Testing and Care” in Malta from 31 January to 2 February 2017.

Please note that this call is open to EATG members and supporting members only.

The deadline for applicant mentors is 23 August 2016. Interested persons should  submit their application to Ann Isabelle von Lingen by 4 September with a short email describing their interest and experience.

Mentors must have had at least three abstracts accepted at international scientific conferences and have co-authored at least one manuscript accepted by a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

For more information, please consult the attachment: Hephiv_community_mentorship

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Representative for the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research http://www.eatg.org/calls/representative-for-the-forum-for-collaborative-hiv-research/ Thu, 28 Jul 2016 17:55:04 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=1700 The EATG would like to appoint a new representative and alternate to the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research. The EATG has been represented on the Executive Committee of the Forum since 2001.

This call is open to EATG members and supporting members only.

Founded in 1997, The Forum for Collaborative HIV Research is a public/private partnership at the University of California, Berkeley Washington Campus. The Forum’s mission is to enhance and facilitate HIV research and this is accomplished by bringing together all relevant stakeholders to address emerging issues in HIV/AIDS. In its’ work, it identifies gaps and impediments, frame issues and helps set research strategy. For more information see http://www.hivforum.org/

The EATG would like to move forward with the appointment of a new representative and alternate to the Forum’s Executive Committee to serve for a period of two years (a further two year period will be possible). Some travel to meetings is involved – as is an understanding of the research agenda for HIV.

Giulio Maria Corbelli and Stephan Dressler are rep/alternate at this moment and are available for information.

If you are interested in applying for the vacancy, please express your interest along with the rationale/CV before Monday15 August, 10.00 AM CET.

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Call for trainers – M-Care training in Brussels, 10-14 November 2016 http://www.eatg.org/calls/call-for-trainers-m-care-training-in-brussels-10-14-november-2016/ Wed, 27 Jul 2016 10:09:56 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=1693 logo33

EATG is happy to announce the M-Care – Mobilizing Migrant Communities via Capacity and Access Resource Development Training that EATG will organize together with the European African Treatment Advocates Network (EATAN) on 10-14 November 2016 in Brussels.

For this training we are launching the open Call for Trainers.

Please read the Trainers Application Form (M-Care Training – Trainers Application Form) and the Guidelines for Trainers (Guidelines for Trainers M-Care). If you wish to apply, please fill out the application form and send it by email to kristjan.jachnowitsch@eatg.org by Wednesday, 17 August 2016, 23:59 CET. You can as well find these documents and submit an online application under:  http://www.eatgtrainingacademy.com/m-care – we accept both, online application and completed word-document.

Please also share this email and the information about the Call for Trainers in your networks and to people who you think would be good trainer candidates.

The four-day training is intended for advocates and treatment activists from the black and minority ethnic (BME) migrant communities in Europe who are keen to make a difference by contributing to a stronger involvement of migrant communities in research, access programs, and early testing initiatives; as well as to fight HIV, HCV, TB related stigma and discrimination towards and within the community, which will lead to an enhanced quality of life for migrants living in Europe.

The Training will cover the following topics:

  • Prevalence, Pathology and Transmission Routes of HIV, HCV and TB among BME migrant communities in Europe
  • Treatment of HIV, HCV and TB and approaches to overcome existing barriers to treatment and care for BME migrant communities in Europe
  • Diagnostics of HIV, HCV and TB and approaches to overcome existing barriers to testing for BME migrant communities in Europe
  • Clinical Research and participation of migrant communities in Clinical Trials
  • Patient’s Rights and Doctor-Patient relationship
  • Addressing Stigma and Discrimination towards and within the migrant community
  • Mapping of key stakeholders and developing advocacy strategies to engage with them

The Trainers have to be experts in the topics above and have to have an enhanced understanding on the specific key issues and challenges that migrant communities in Europe are facing. The remuneration for trainers is 175 EUR per day of training and 105 EUR for the preparation of presentations.

Should you have any questions about the M-Care Training, please do not hesitate to contact Kristjan Jachnowitsch, EATG Training Coordinator, under (Kristjan.jachnowitsch@eatg.org) or Denis Onyango, EATAN Execute Director, under (denis@eatan.org).

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Community Cure Workshop coordinator at the Glasgow HIV Therapy Congress http://www.eatg.org/calls/community-cure-workshop-coordinator-at-the-glasgow-hiv-therapy-congress/ Tue, 28 Jun 2016 14:55:16 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=1227 EATG is looking for a Project Coordinator in order to coordinate the preparation of a community workshop in Glasgow on 22 October 2016.

STEPS 3 is the third workshop focused on the scientific research to achieve a long-term drug-free remission of HIV infection for the European community of people living with HIV (see the description of the project in the attached annex). Reporting to the EATG Office and ECAB the Project Coordinator will lead the preparation of the event.

The Project Coordinator will be responsible for:

  •  Setting up and organizing an advisory committee
  • Fundraising for the meeting 
  • Logistics for the event
  • Disseminating the information
  • Update the knowledge on the status of European research
  • Evaluation of the results 
  • Coordinate the preparation of a report

The Project Coordinator will receive a payment of maximum 1250 € (5 days à ratio 250 €/day) for the planning and conduct of the meeting as described above.

Eligibility criteria:

Management and coordination

  • Capacity to coordinate projects and work on project based principles
  • Capacity to coach and motivate people
  • Capacity to communicate effectively with the Staff, members and key stakeholders
  • Capacity to do fundraising

Content level

  • Advanced knowledge of topics related to long-term drug-free remission of HIV infection, particularly related to issues relevant for the HIV Community.
  • Capacity to collect and interpret information quickly and efficiently and adapt them to the Community context.

Technical level

  • Having good English oral and writing communication capacities
  • Having good computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point)
  • Capacity to make clear and efficient reports and make proposals
  • Having good time-management skills

Personal level

  • Being loyal towards colleagues, members and the organisations
  • Being flexible and diplomatic
  • Being able to create consensus

Desirable

Members of EATG are strongly invited to apply to this position.

Application procedure

People interested in applying for the TB/HIV Project Coordinator position need to send a CV and motivation letter to Koen Block (Koen.block@eatg.org ) by  4 July 2016, 12 PM CEST.

You can find more details on the position and the project in the attached ToR:

ToR STEPS CURE 2016

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Call for TB/HIV Project Coordinator http://www.eatg.org/calls/call-for-tbhiv-project-coordinator/ Tue, 07 Jun 2016 16:57:07 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=927 EATG is looking for a Tuberculosis (TB) HIV Project Coordinator in order to coordinate the EATG TB work and the preparation of a multi-stakeholders meeting focused on scientific/clinical issues relevant to the HIV/TB Community to be held in the first half of 2017.  The purpose of the meeting is to better inform EATG and other community advocates on TB/HIV treatment, care and research advocacy with a special focus on Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The aim is to increase the capacity of the ECAB/EATG members and partners to get further involved in TB drugs, and diagnostics development and access and to identify key research/advocacy priorities.

Reporting to the ECAB Chair, the EATG Office and the TB Advisory Committee, and in close collaboration with the BoD, PWG and TCWG, the TB/HIV Project Coordinator will support the development of EATG activities linked to TB/HIV Co-infection scientific unmet needs.

 TB/HIV Project Coordinator will be responsible for the:

  • Installation of a new TB/HIV Advisory Committee composed by EATG members with expertise and interest in TB/HIV;
  • Organization of a multistakeholder scientific event: i.e. contacting and inviting speakers and participants; setting up agenda; coordinating logistic aspects in collaboration with the TB/HIV SC, the Chairs and the EATG Office;
  • Support of the development and implementation of a workplan and strategy on TB/HIV within EATG for the second half of 2016 and the first half of 2017 according to the objectives of the EATG Long Term Strategy; and based on the outcomes of the multistakeholder meeting, to develop a strategy for EATG’s TB/HIV work through to the end of 2018.
  • Communication and collaboration with relevant stakeholders;
  • The preparation of agendas and notes for calls with the Advisory Committee;
  • Liaison with possible funders and support during the fundraising process particularly with the EATG Office;
  • Reporting on the meeting: make sure that minutes are taken, a report is produced and disseminated.
  • Organization of an internal webinar in preparation to the meeting
  • Liaison with the PWG and TCWG for TB activities with focus on policy actions and capacity building.

The TB/HIV Project Coordinator will receive a maximum of 2,175 € for the completion of the tasks.

You can find more details on this position in the attached terms of reference.

If you are interested in applying for the TB/HIV Project Coordinator position please send a CV and motivation letter to the EATG Executive Director Koen Block (Koen.block@eatg.org ) by  June 17 2016, 12 PM CEST.

ToR TB 2016

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Call for project coordinator http://www.eatg.org/calls/call-on-subject-number-3/ Mon, 07 Sep 2015 18:10:38 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=86 EATG is looking for a highly organised and motivated individual for the full time position (38h/week) of ‘Project Coordinator’. This is a temporary replacement contract until the end of January 2017.

The Project Manager will support project leaders and their steering committees and staff members in the implementation of project related activities.

This includes support to:

· Planning, calculate, monitor and report of budgets for projects

· Preparation of sheets to share with responsible persons

· Providing assistance in producing internal / external reports on projects

A major focus of the position will be on the organization of the phase 2 of EATG’s ‘Ageing’ project (organization of webinars and a seminar on young people living with HIV).

The role is hands-on and involves both working individually and also as part of a team. You must be able to complete a wide range of activities requiring clear communication and attention to detail. You have at least 3-5 years in a similar position and have a track record for being an outstanding organisational and project management talent. You work well under pressure and to strict deadlines as well as having excellent Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel and Outlook).

The Project Manager will also work in close collaboration with the Communication Officer to develop a project communication plan (allowing better reporting on EATG’s role within projects).

The place of employment is the EATG office in Brussels, however regular travel could be necessary. For this position fluent English (spoken and written) language skills are required. Knowledge of other languages (Russian) is an added value.

Due to the nature of the organisation we would welcome candidates that have experience with or a personal connection to the HIV field.

For a full description of the job please take a look at the attached TOR.

Applications can be sent to koen.block@eatg.orgbefore 6th May 2016(motivation letter and CV with at least two references)”. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

TOR_PC

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EATG Project Coordinator on women’s issues related to HIV Activities http://www.eatg.org/calls/call-on-subject-number-2/ Mon, 07 Sep 2015 20:10:38 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=86 Job Description:

EATG is looking for a Project Coordinator in order to conduct mapping exercise, support the implementation of an educational webinar series, leading up to a workshop and or multi-stakeholders meeting to be held in beginning of 2017.

Reporting to the office and the Women’s portfolio Steering Committee, the Project Coordinator will support the development of EATG activities linked to women with HIV or affected by HIV in Europe medical and policy related issues.

Terms of Reference:

The Project coordinator will be responsible for:

  • Confirmation of a women’s portfolio Steering Committee composed by EATG members with expertise and interest related issues of women with HIV or affected by HIV in Europe;
  • Conducting mapping exercise (mapping gaps, unmet needs, best practices and possible solutions: Producing resource repository providing the latest research on medical and psychosocial aspects of HIV among women living with HIV, guidelines, recommendations, and main initiatives taking place in this domain across EU (to be used for development of advocacy activities).
  • Organization of at least one webinar;
  • Communication and collaboration with relevant stakeholders
  • The preparation of agendas and reports (for SC calls, workshop and or meetings such as the multi-stakeholders meeting);
  • Organization of a workshop and or multistakeholder event: contacting and inviting speakers and participants; setting up agenda etc. in collaboration with the logistics person
  • Fundraising for the workshop and or multi-stakeholder event;
  • Reporting on the meeting: making sure that minutes are taken, a report is produced and disseminated etc.

Conducting mapping exercise

Mapping gaps, unmet needs, best practices and possible solutions: Producing resource repository providing the latest research on medical and psychosocial aspects of HIV among women living with HIV, guidelines, recommendations, and main initiatives taking place in this domain across EU (to be used for development of advocacy activities).

This will be done and kept up to date in collaboration with and the support of working groups and Portfolios.

Organisation of webinars

The project coordinator will organise and chair at least one webinar (select and invite the speaker, coordinate the logistic, review and distribute the presentation, chair the webinars during the last half of 2016 intended to prepare the EATG members for workshop and or multi-stakeholders meeting (expected delivery beginning of 2017).

Organization of a multi-stakeholders meeting

In collaboration with the Steering Committee and the office, the Project Coordinator will lead the organization of a workshop and or multi-stakeholders meeting on meaningful engagement of women with HIV or affected by HIV in Europe in medical and policy related issues.

Development of a report

The project coordinator will overview the preparation and review of a Meeting Report, based on the workshop and or multi-stakeholder meeting, that highlights community perspectives on the scientific / psychosocial / ethical / regulatory issues that are linked to women with HIV or affected by HIV in Europe and presents the position and responsibility of the community on this issue.

Payment and fees

The Project Coordinator will work from home on a freelance consultancy basis up to 10 days of work (for the research and drafting work) paid at EATG level 3 (250€/day including VAT) and 15 days of work for general administration, coordination, reporting, networking paid at EATG level 2 (175€/day including VAT), for a length of 12 months. One day of work represent 8 working hours. The maximum that can be invoiced is 5125€. The contract may be extended if needed.

The daily fee of 250 € and 175 € includes VAT, one day of work represent 8 working hours, and the Project Coordinator will fill in a timesheet which needs to be sent to the EATG office.

The Project Coordinator will be expected to attend the webinars and the meeting as described above.

Payment will happen upon receipt of an invoice and upon delivery of the documents as described above. The consultant needs to take care of all social security or income tax payments.

Deadlines need to be respected within this contract. In case of delay the officer in charge will be informed and written agreement will be given to have a later deadline. If such agreement is not made payment will not happen for that part of the agreement.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Management and coordination
    • Capacity to coordinate projects and work on project based principles
    • Capacity to coach and motivate people
  • Content level
    • Advanced knowledge of topics related to women with HIV or affected by HIV in Europe
    • Capacity to collect and interpret information quickly and efficiently
    • Will to increase personal capacities and knowledge
  • Technical level
    • Having good English oral and writing communication capacities
    • Having good computer skills (word, excel …)
    • Capacity to make clear and efficient reports and make proposals
    • Being efficient and having good time-management skills
    • Experience of organising educational webinars
  • Personal level
    • Being loyal towards colleagues, members and the organisations
    • Being flexible and diplomatic
    • Being able to create consensus

Desirable

Member of EATG are strongly invited to apply to this position.

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Call for interested EATG member to be involved in community research and advocacy project http://www.eatg.org/calls/call-on-subject-number-1/ Mon, 07 Sep 2015 18:10:28 +0000 http://www.eatg.org/?post_type=calls&p=85 This is a call for interest in joining an EATG project on community research and advocacy. The work will combine local research and advocacy activities together with European level advocacy. It will be focused on key populations. Based on the interest and capacity of local organisations, a group of countries will be selected and included in the funding request.

If you would be interest in being part of this work should the project receive funding, please send an email explaining your interest, affiliation with a local organisation  and capacity to Annisabelle.vonlingen@eatg.org by 13 June 10:00 CET.

The attached draft concept note was put together with a few members interested in work around the improving the quality and use of data.

Feel free to get back to Ann-Isabelle should you have any questions.

draft concept note data group v 25 05 2016 v2

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