AIDS Action Europe is looking for a Project Manager to join our team earliest from 1 July. The position is full time and opens an opportunity to work in the biggest HIV/Aids related network which brings together experience of 400 civil society actors from Europe and Central Asia.
Areas of responsibility
- application, implementation and reporting of projects of the network at European level;
- networking with organizations and institutions in an international context;
- technical and content-related orientation of the project work;
- communication with the donors, with other organizations in the European HIV landscape and the project partners;
- development of the network;
- provide technical input to the network's websites and the www.hivaidsclerainghouse.eu project;
- contribute to AIDS Action Europe's involvement in international discussions.
- You have a relevant university degree, if possible in the field of social or health sciences, and have at least three years of experience in project management
- Experience in international committee work and good knowledge of international, especially European organizations and structures in the field of HIV, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis are also required.
- You have experience in designing project applications, in project implementation and in financial and content-related reporting.
- You enjoy working in an interdisciplinary and intercultural team. You have mastered the use of all relevant office programs.
- You have proficient English and, if possible, German and Russian language skills, both written and spoken.
- Knowledge (also medical) in the field of HIV/AIDS and other STIs as well as hepatitis is required, as well as high communication skills and intercultural sensitivity.
- You identify with the goals of AIDS Action Europe and Deutsche Aidshilfe and are sensitive to all affected groups and their lifestyles.
- You enjoy traveling and are willing to occasionally work at weekends.
- A manifold, responsible position with a great scope of creativity in an interdisciplinary team.
- A stabile payment according to the German TVöD, pay grade 11.
- A fixed-term work contract with 100% of the agreed weekly working hours, 39 hrs/week. The job is secured until the end of 2022 with possible prolongation depending on the funding.
- Remote work is possible
We welcome applications from people living with and affected by HIV, women, men, trans*, migrants and people with disabilities and/or chronic diseases (corresponding BGleiG, SGB IX).
Please note that all costs incurred through the application or interview (e.g. travel and accommodation costs) cannot be reimbursed by DAH and are the applicant’s responsibility.
Job interviews are scheduled for 20.06.2022 and 21.06.2022 in the Federal office in Berlin and/or online.