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The Ontario HIV Treatment Network is a nonprofit organization that funds and conducts HIV research and provides education, capacity building, evaluation services, data collection and monitoring for HIV services in Ontario.

Our employees are passionate about their work and fully committed to ending the HIV epidemic in Ontario. We provide an environment that promotes collaboration, innovative thinking and knowledge exchange.

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network is committed to employment equity and to the greater involvement and meaningful engagement of people living with HIV/AIDS (GIPA/MIPA) in all that we do. We encourage applications from persons living with HIV/AIDS and culturally diverse backgrounds to join our team.

Are you interested? Our current opportunities are listed below. We encourage qualified applicants to forward their resume to Human Resources at careers@ohtn.on.ca.

Inclusion and accessibility

The OHTN is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from people living with HIV/AIDS and people with diverse backgrounds.

We are also committed to fostering inclusion and accessibility in all areas of our work. If you require accommodation during the hiring process, we will work with you to meet your needs.


Current opportunities at the OHTN

Coordinator, OHTN applied data science and impact

Coordination of research and surveillance activities across OCS and OHESI, including collaboration with various internal and external stakeholder groups, managing the work of OCS data collectors, adhering to research ethics policies, and assisting with financial agreements and data linkages.

Deadline: Until filled

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Board members

We are currently seeking multiple new board members. Each board member will serve a three-year term, and will assist the OHTN with funding policies, governance and strategic direction.

Deadline: July 8, 2018

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Director, Collective Impact

The Director of Collective Impact, reporting to the Executive Director, will work collaboratively with the Directors of Data Impact and Research Impact to prioritize, promote, and support the use of data and research evidence that can be used to drive change. The Director oversees three multi-disciplinary areas: testing and clinical care initiatives, ASO and community initiatives, and policy and system initiatives. The Director also interacts with all key areas of the organization to ensure a truly integrated approach to achieving collective impact.

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Director, Research Impact

The Director of Research Impact, reporting to the Executive Director, will work closely with the Directors of Data and Applied Science Impact and Collective Impact to provide leadership for driving change based on the best available data and evidence. The Director of Research Impact oversees the Impact Focused Research Program, the OHTN’s Indigenous Research Program, the Knowledge Synthesis/Rapid Response Program and OHTN scientists with independent programs of research.

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