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PAC and our partners work together on every continent to ensure U=U becomes common knowledge and all people living with HIV have access to the treatment and care to benefit from it. Find current job openings below.

Director of Global Communications

 

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The Director of Global Communications (DGC) is a senior leadership position responsible for building and overseeing PAC’s communications function with domestic and international partners. Working closely with the PAC leadership teams, the U=U Global Community Board, and in collaboration with U=U partners, the DGC will be responsible for developing and implementing PAC’s global, cross-functional communications strategy. The DGC will build and lead a communications team to create, curate, and share U=U resources to support U=U’s growing movement of extraordinary partners and build upon their success disseminating the U=U science worldwide.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and implement PAC’s communications and brand narrative and strategy across all communications channels and through all regions
  • Oversee quality, integrity, and innovation across all external communications platforms including the new PAC website, newsletters, presentations, toolkits, and social media
  • Direct the development of communications resources easily modified by global and regional partners in collaboration with PAC partners and facilitate sharing of resources among the U=U network and the public
  • Support PAC’s leadership team on worldwide external communications with stakeholders
  • Draft key talking points, potential speeches, media responses, and placed media pieces
  • Advise leadership on necessary public engagement and presence
  • Build relationships with and educate key reporters, conduct media outreach with U=U partners, spokespeople, and sponsors
  • Hire and manage outside communications support including public relations and advertising agencies
  • Celebrate the U=U community as it continues to make history worldwide!

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:

Candidates for this position must have a clear vision and passion to support the U=U movement as it continues to surge forward. Successful candidates will possess the following experiences, skills and traits:

  • 12+ years in the communications field (digital and traditional); experience working in HIV/AIDS or global public health communications required
  • Superb written, speaking, presentation, and interpersonal communications skills
  • Excellent copywriting skills across a wide range of styles and mediums
  • Demonstrated track record of developing exceptional content and communications materials to engage audiences with different learning styles
  • Dedicated to sharing ideas and fostering collaboration between a diverse range of stakeholders including researchers, high-level government and public health officials, funders, industry, journalists, and community
  • Proficiency with communications technologies
  • Able to thrive and self-motivate with a significant amount of autonomy and as part of a team in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
  • Passion for systems change and disruptive innovation
  • Demonstrated dedication to social justice and anti-racist principles
  • Kindness, flexibility, integrity, and a sense of humor

LOCATION:

Flexible. Global travel (up to 60%), depending on safety guidelines, is expected.

REPORTING TO:

Founding Executive Director

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

Salary range: $165,000 to $178,000 (based on experience); benefits will include generous vacation and health & wellness benefits.

PLEASE SEND YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TOcareers@preventionaccess.orgSubject: DGC

PAC is committed to building a leadership team reflective of the HIV epidemic. We encourage candidates identifying as Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and other People of Color, LGBTQ individuals (particularly those of transgender experience) and those representing key-affected populations of the HIV epidemic to apply.

Director of Global Policy Advocacy (DGPA)

 

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The Director of Global Policy Advocacy (DGPA) is a senior leadership position responsible for building and overseeing PAC’s advocacy and policy work. The DGPA will build upon our experience working with PLHIV leaders, global agencies, health ministries and researchers to affect systemic changes and influence governing and policy decisions that will improve the quality of life for people living with and affected by HIV and strengthen efforts to end the epidemic.With PEPFAR requiring U=U education of all 50+ PEPFAR countries, CDC DGHT’s exceptional U=U leadership, and the WHO’s clear endorsement of U=U, this is the opportune moment to move influential global organizations and governments worldwide to embrace this revolution.Responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and implement PAC’s advocacy and policy strategies in key geographies
  • Work closely with the Director of U=U Global Community Leadership to ensure meaningful leadership of PLHIV in the U=U global response
  • Manage the U=U Global Collaborative, an interagency working group of U=U champions aimed at integrating U=U into the national policies, guidelines, and communications in key geographies and PEPFAR countries
  • Build partnerships to advance our shared missions with the global and national agencies working in the global advocacy space and private sector
  • Document and share successful examples of national policy changes including the U.S., England, Canada, Japan, Italy, and Ireland and the national U=U programs of Vietnam, Kenya, and Zambia.
  • Foster communication and collaboration between a diverse range of stakeholders including high-level government and public health officials, funders, industry, researchers, journalists, professional and clinical organizations, and community in collaboration with Director of Global Communications
  • Keep abreast of and create opportunities related to treatment and viral load testing access, HIV criminalization, and other areas in which the U=U science can address health inequalities
  • Build an exceptional and diverse team of regional and global advocates, political leaders, communications, and research experts

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:

Candidates for this position must have a clear vision and passion for supporting the U=U movement as it continues to surge forward. Successful candidates will possess the following experiences, skills and traits:

  • 12+ years in the HIV/AIDS global advocacy, policy, research, and/or community space
  • Relationships with influential global and national agencies working in the global advocacy space, professional clinical organizations, and parallel fields (sexual and reproductive health, women’s health, and health education)
  • Superb written, speaking, presentation, and interpersonal communications skills
  • Demonstrated ability to foster collaboration among diverse stakeholders
  • Comfort representing PAC in relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders including researchers, high-level government and public health officials, funders, journalists, and community
  • Able to thrive and self-motivate with a significant amount of autonomy in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
  • Passion for systems change and disruptive innovation
  • Driven to find innovative solutions to health inequalities
  • Demonstrated dedication to social justice and anti-racist principles
  • Kindness, flexibility, integrity, and a sense of humor

LOCATION:

Flexible. International travel (up to 40%), depending on safety guidelines, is expected.

REPORTING TO:

Founding Executive Director

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

Salary range: $165,000 to $178,000 (based on experience); benefits will include generous vacation and health & wellness benefits.

PLEASE SEND YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME TOcareers@preventionaccess.org

Subject: DGPA

PAC is committed to building a leadership team reflective of the HIV epidemic. We encourage candidates identifying as Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and other People of Color, LGBTQ individuals (particularly those of transgender experience) and those representing key-affected populations of the HIV epidemic to apply.