17 Apr 2019

Recruitment of GNP+ Program Lead

The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) is recruiting a Program Lead to join our organization.

GNP+ Program Lead plays a key role in our energetic and ambitious transformation of the organization. The GNP+ Program Lead is ultimately responsible for the overall implementation and evaluation of the organization’s programs. The Program Lead is also responsible for the management of Program Managers and the performance of the Program Department.

The Program Lead works closely with GNP+’s Executive Director (ED) and designs programs with the direction of the Executive Director. The Program Lead will provide programmatic and strategic advice to the ED. The Program Lead will be also required to represent GNP+ externally and/or delegate the representation to relevant program staff.

Candidate Profile

This position requires a person who is highly self-motivated in developing the entire Program Department. The person should share the organization’s core mission and primary principles and be enthusiastic about the new trajectory of GNP+. The person should also demonstrate strong analytical skills, critical observations and high awareness of the global political situation and health & development landscape in which GNP+ operates. The person should demonstrate positive leadership and be able to influence team dynamics.

People living with HIV are STRONGLY encouraged to apply.

GNP+ is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment that values diversity and inclusion and does not discriminate against any employee or candidate for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, and disability, history of incarceration, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

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