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The International HIV/AIDS Alliance supports communities to meet the challenges of AIDS and build healthier communities. Our vision is a world in which people do not die of AIDS.
Since 1994, the Alliance and its partners have supported over 3,000 projects, in over 40 countries, reaching millions of people.
We are now seeking a committed individual who would like to work with us to achieve our mission in an exciting, challenging and changing international context. The post holder would join a high-performing Corporate Services Department which comprises of 4 teams: Human Resources, Finance, Administration and Information and Communications Technology. The Alliance Secretariat has its primary office in Brighton, UK, in addition to offices in: Washington DC; Delhi; Brussels; Geneva; and regional posts in: Argentina; Kenya, Morocco, Senegal; South Africa; Uganda; Ukraine and Thailand.
This rewarding and newly created senior post, leading the Human Resources Team, within the Corporate Services Department will focus on building and implementing HR plans to support the achievement of the Alliance’s current strategic objectives, as well as plans and strategies for the next strategy period (2013-2020). This includes the design and implementation of HR systems and processes that support these strategic objectives. The scope of this role covers any area where Alliance employees are contracted to the Alliance Secretariat, currently the UK, USA, Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America; it also includes an advisory function to international Alliance partners, where appropriate.
If you have already proven yourself in senior level Human Resources roles and demonstrated strategic and innovative thinking, we welcome your application. Click on the 'Apply now' button to begin your application.
Application deadline: Sunday 16th September 2012 at Midnight (UK time)
Interviews expected: Wednesday 26th September 2012 The International HIV/AIDS Alliance is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community. Qualified people living with HIV are particularly encouraged to apply.