HIV & Mental Health: Communication & Outreach | Project evaluation | Project proposal for follow-up

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  • Apply by: 26/09/2021 11:59 pm

Deadline extended: 26 September 2021

1.Communication and Outreach

 

Job description and proposed timeline

The Communication and outreach consultant will be responsible for the following tasks:

– Administration of project’s Facebook page – and other social networks if relevant (throughout the project in collaboration with the Communications Coordinator)

– Content creation for newsletters and EATG website (throughout the project in collaboration with the Communications Coordinator)

– Coordination of an awareness video campaign on HIV and Mental health, including the coordination of interviews, coordinating with external producers/editors… (September – November 2021)

– Establishment of online communication tools to create a European network on HIV and Mental health (September 2021)

– Invitation to relevant stakeholders to join the platform (September – November 2021)

– Participation in a multi-stakeholder event on mental health and HIV and communication around and during this event (November 2021)

– Organisation of a meeting with key stakeholders involved in the project to define the concrete next steps to ensure the sustainability of the project outcomes (November – December 2021)

– Regular outreach to and consultation of stakeholders in the platform about best-practice sharing, dissemination activities of the project and identification of priorities and future areas of work on the interplay of mental health, well-being and HIV on the European level (September – December 2021)

– Consultation and involvement of stakeholders in the platform during the development of a concept for a reoccurring bi-annual European conference on the interplay of mental health, well-being and HIV (October – November 2021)

– Input on project reports and outreach materials (throughout the project)

– Take part in calls, meetings and other tasks as relevant (throughout the project)

 

Eligibility criteria

– Advanced understanding of HIV and mental-health-related issues

– Proven experience in producing quality communications materials

– Experience with setting-up networks/platforms at the European or International levels

– Experience in facilitating meetings for community

– Demonstrated and extensive social media experience is an added advantage

– Excellent written and oral English communication skills and proficiency in Russian are required

– Capacity to organise work autonomously and proactively

 

2.Drafting project proposal for follow-up activities and development of concept note for a reoccurring bi-annual European conference

 

Job description and proposed timeline

The consultant will be responsible for the following tasks:

– Development of concept note for a reoccurring bi-annual European conference (September – November 2021)

– Participation in a multi-stakeholder event on mental health and HIV (November 2021)

– Participation in a meeting with key stakeholders involved in the project to define the concrete next steps to ensure the sustainability of the project outcomes (November – December 2021)

– Drafting project proposal for follow-up activities (November – December 2021)

– Take part in calls, meetings and other tasks as relevant (throughout the project)

 

Eligibility criteria

– Advanced understanding of HIV and mental-health-related issues

– Proven experience in producing concept notes and project proposals

– Experience with organizing European or international-level conferences is an added advantage

– Excellent written and oral English communication skills

– Capacity to organise work autonomously and proactively

 

3.Final evaluation

 

Job description and proposed timeline

The evaluation consultant will be in charge of conducting the final evaluation process of the HIV and Mental health project, including the following tasks:

– Setting-up of an evaluation methodology (September 2021)

– Data collection and analysis (from existing surveys and additional interviews with stakeholders of the project if relevant) (October – November 2021)

– Participation in a multi-stakeholder event on mental health and HIV and communication around and during this event (November 2021)

– Drafting of the final evaluation report, outlining the recommendations for a potential follow-up project, and gathering of comments from relevant stakeholders (November – December 2021)

– Writing of final evaluation report (November – December 2021)

– Participation in a meeting with key stakeholders involved in the project to define the concrete next steps to ensure the sustainability of the project outcomes (November – December 2021)

– Input on project reports (throughout the project)

– Take part in calls, meetings and other tasks as relevant (throughout the project)

 

Eligibility criteria

– Advanced understanding of HIV and mental-health-related issues

– Proven experience and knowledge in project monitoring and evaluation

– Have excellent research, analytical, writing and communication skills to conduct the evaluation, produce a report, and develop a set of sound recommendations

– Excellent written and oral English communication skills, knowledge of Russian is an added advantage

– Capacity to organise work autonomously and proactively

 

Please read the detailed descriptions attached for information on how to apply for each of the consultancies.

 

 

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