OHTN Board Membership

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Board of Directors

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) is accepting applications from qualified candidates for the following vacancies on the OHTN Board of Directors commencing September 19, 2014, for two-year terms.

OHTN Job Opportunities

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Coordinator, Indigenous Research Initiatives

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) is seeking a dynamic, motivated individual for the position of Coordinator, Indigenous Research Initiatives. The successful applicant will be responsible for promoting, building and supporting the OHTN's Indigenous research initiatives.

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Manager, Research Funding Programs

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) is seeking a highly qualified applicant for the position of Manager, Research Funding Programs. The person will be responsible for the overall management of the OHTN's research granting programs, including the Impact-Focused Research Program and the Community-Based Research Program. The incumbent will promote, build and support processes and systems, including technological systems, to ensure the integrity of the OHTN's research programs and its peer review process, as well as the financial accountability for its research investments.

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Financial Coordinator

Under the direct supervision of the Director, Finance and Administration, the incumbent will be responsible for processing invoices, expense reimbursements, cheque requests, making bank deposits, wire transfers, processing bi-weekly payroll, posting bi-weekly payroll journal entries, monthly bank reconciliations and monthly credit card statement reconciliations and maintaining files. The incumbent will be responsible for creating draft monthly financial statements, budget variance reports and maintaining payroll reports. Analysis of information and data will be expected. Additionally, assistance with preparation of the annual budget, assistance with preparation of the annual settlement form, assistance with the semi-annual reallocation report will be required.

External Job Opportunities

The Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation (CWGHR) - Executive Director

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible and accountable for the overall leadership and performance of CWGHR. The ED's scope of responsibility includes oversight of the programmatic, administrative, financial and human resources operations of CWGHR, in addition to supporting the governance work of the Board of Directors. The ED is the face of the organization with CWGHR members, external agencies, academic institutions, government, funders, and the community at large.

Aboriginal Women's Research Initiative (AWRI) - Aboriginal Community Research Consultant

The AWRI is pleased to offer two regional Aboriginal Community Research Consultant (ACRC) positions in each of Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. ACRCs are Positive Aboriginal women (PAW) who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, Inuit or mixed and who are advocates for their communities with strong interests in conducting Aboriginal women's health research, building strong healthy communities and families, and developing leadership skills to help fight the HIV epidemic.

Research Studies

Women, HIV and Aging Research Study - Call for Participants

Fife House in collaboration with community and academic partners is conducting a research study to understand the barriers to support and health care that women aging with HIV/AIDS experience. If you are a Woman, living with HIV, 50 years or older and you live in Greater Toronto Area (GTA includes Toronto, Durham, Peel, Halton and York) we want to hear from you.

Serodiscordant Research Study - Call for Participants

The AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), Family Service Toronto (FST), Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Centre for Spanish Speaking People CSSP), and the Village Family Health Team are conducting research into group support programs for serodiscordant couples. As part of this research, we are developing a pilot psychoeducational support group for gay and bisexual men in same-sex serodiscordant relationships.

Understanding the irony: Canadian gay men living with HIV/AIDS, their Catholic devotion, and well-being - Call for Participants

This study aims to explore why gay men living with HIV/AIDS persevere with their Catholic faith and how practicing Catholic teachings helps them overcome harassment & discrimination brought about by prejudice against homosexuality & stigma associated with HIV.

Nominations and Other Opportunities

HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario (HALCO) - 2014 Kreppner Awards

The Kreppner Awards were established by HALCO in honour of the late James Kreppner. The awards recognize awards recognize people who have made significant contributions in advocacy for and support of people with HIV or people with HIV and Hepatitis C in Ontario, Canada. Nominations must be received by June 30, 2014.


Each year, more than 1,000 Ontarians are diagnosed with HIV. Even more are infected but not yet diagnosed.