HTB

Job vacancies: treatment advocate and medical writer

NOTE: April 2014 update: These posts have now been filled.

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i-Base currently has two vacancies.

Treatment advocate

i-Base currently have a vacancy for a treatment advocate (full-time or part-time) to help with the treatment information services.

Specifications include:

  • A good knowledge and experience of HIV treatment issues.
  • Confidence in researching treatment questions from medical publications and treatment guidelines.
  • Good written and spoken English – including being able to explain and discuss medical issues using everyday language.
  • The ability to work carefully with an attention to detail.
  • The ability to problem-solve.
  • Being computer and web literate, including standard programmes.
  • Motivation and the ability to work without direct supervision.
  • A committment to understanding current treatment issues.

Some training will also be provided, but the successful applicant will already have a good working knowledge of HIV treatment issues.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who already has a good understanding and who wants to develop their skills further to help other people.

Applications are particularly welcomed from HIV positive people but HIV positive status is not a requirement.

If you are interested in this position, please email an introductory letter and examples of written work to: jobs@i-base.org.uk

i-Base is in able to pay a competative salary for the right person.  Salary is by negotiation depending on experience.

For further details and an application please see:

http://i-base.info/about-us/volunteering-and-staff-vacancies

Medical writer

We are currently looking for a treatment advocate/writer to work on a freelance basis writing for HIV Treatment Bulletin.

If you are interested in this position, please email an introductory letter and examples of written work to: jobs@i-base.org.uk

Equal opportunities

HIV i-Base is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from people living with HIV.

For further details on both positions please see the addtional information on the i-Base website:

http://i-base.info/about-us/volunteering-and-staff-vacancies/

Links to other websites are current at date of posting but not maintained.