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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.

Are you interested in joining our team? 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

Please check back for future opportunities.

External Opportunities

CANFAR (The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research) has volunteer positions available in their Toronto office.

Studies Seeking Participants

Positive Plus One Study & Survey

The Positive Plus One Study, led by the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, is seeking HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals for a survey about serodiscordant relationships. More information about the study and the survey is available at www.positiveplusone.ca.

The e-wHEALTH Study

Are you a woman living with HIV in Ontario? Do you have a computer and Internet access? If so, you are invited to take part in the e-wHEALTH study.

Serodiscordant Research Study 

The AIDS Committee of Toronto, Family Service Toronto, Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Centre for Spanish Speaking People, 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.