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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

Program specialist

The Program Specialist under the direction of the Manager, Evidence Based Practice Unit (EBPU) plays a key role in supporting front-line organizations and service providers and is frequently the first point of contact for all client inquiries.  This position provides service in a customer-focused manner.

Deadline: November 24, 2017.

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External opportunities

Psychologist, Chronic Pain Service and HIV Clinic

A full time psychologist is required to offer services to the Chronic Pain service and CHEO HIV Clinic. Services to be provided include cognitive, behavioural, and social-emotional assessment, psycho-diagnostic assessment, and individual and group education and therapy. The Psychologist will function as part of interdisciplinary teams working in a child centred family-focused environment where parents and caregivers are seen as partners in care.

Deadline: November 14, 2017.
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Regional Health Education Coordinator, Western Region, CATIE

The Regional Health Education Coordinator, Western Region develops and delivers an educational program for the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. This includes partnership development with key front-line organizations and networks in the response to HIV and hepatitis C, including front-line, Indigenous, public health, sexual health and harm reduction organizations.

Deadline: November 30, 2017.

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