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HIV/AIDS Project Coordinator, Griffin Centre

Internal/External Job Posting: I/E85-06
Position:  HIV/AIDS Project Coordinator
Program:  Community/Family Support Services
Reporting Relationship:  Zack Marshall, LGBTTTIQQ Program Coordinator
Posting Date:  September 20, 2006
# of Positions:  1


The Griffin Centre is a unique mental health centre that provides a
range of services for individuals with complex needs associated with
developmental disabilities (i.e., dual diagnosis) and/or serious
psychiatric, serious emotional and/or behavioural concerns. 
Griffin Centre welcomes youth, families and adults from all communities
inclusive of race, culture, religion, sexual identity, gender identity
and expression, and with differing abilities.

Position Description

Griffin Centre is looking for an HIV/AIDS Project Coordinator for 8
hours a week to coordinate our HIV/AIDS prevention project with young
gay and bisexual men (including transmen) from Black, Asian, and Latino
communities in north Toronto.

Position Responsibilities

  • Coordinate HIV prevention project including weekly peer-led drop-in group and monthly social outings
  • Coordinate relevant community outreach activities, with a focus
    on young men (including transmen) who are gay, bisexual and/or men who
    have sex with men from Black, Asian and Latino communities in north
  • Participate in training of three Peer Outreach Workers
  • Work collaboratively with team of Peer Outreach Workers and LGBT Program Coordinator
  • Participate in relevant training on HIV/AIDS prevention and project evaluation
  • Assist with coordination of a formal project evaluation
  • Connect and communicate with HIV/AIDS Peer Workers at other
    agencies in the City of Toronto through an annual community gathering
    and an online forum
  • Coordinate electronic communication for the project and improve LGBT Program online presence

Position Requirements/qualifications:

  • Experience with project coordination
  • Strong knowledge of team building and conflict resolution
  • Experience and comfort working with young men who have sex with men from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Knowledge of HIV/AIDS, STI's safer sex and risk reduction principles and practices
  • Knowledge of North Quadrant (former North York)
  • Ability to work evenings, some weekends and occasional weekdays
  • Strong commitment to anti-racist and anti-oppression frameworks
  • Approach to work is trans-positive, queer positive and sex positive
  • Experience with website development and graphic design an asset
  • Proficiency in a second language considered to be an asset

Salary: $17.32 per hour (8 hours per week)
Contract: October 2006 * June 30, 2007

Application Process

Fax resume and covering letter (quoting file # I/E85-06) to Human
Resources, Griffin Centre, (416) 222-1321 or email (quoting file # I/E85-06 in the subject line)
by September 28, 2006.

Project generously funded by Toronto Public Health, AIDS Prevention Investment Program

Young gay and bisexual men (including transmen) from Black, Asian and
Latino communities are strongly encouraged to apply.  Where there
are equally qualified applicants, preference will be given to
candidates who reflect the diversity of the communities served through
this project.  

The Griffin Centre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.