The IRGT: A Global Network of Trans Women and HIV is seeking expressions of interest from trans-identified individuals to become Technical Advisors for a new program called Trans Education + Action = Capacity for Health (TEACH).
TEACH is an IRGT-MSMGF initiative designed to strengthen the capacity of trans-led organizations to more competitively apply for grant funding and build local organizational capacity to effectively respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. TEACH will assist regionally focused, professional groups of trans individuals who will serve as Technical Advisors.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
All successful applicants will be required to participate in a global-level training-of-trainers in Bangkok, Thailand in July 2017 and complete the necessary requirements to become a TEACH Technical Advisor. Upon completion of the training program, TEACH Technical Advisors will be responsible for the following tasks:
- Deliver high-quality regional trainings, primarily to trans-led organizations, in the following subject areas:
- Community engagement and mobilization
- Basic terminology, HIV epidemiology, and HIV-related service needs of transgender communities
- Grant proposal development
- Program design and implementation
- Project staffing
- Deliver post-training capacity building assistance and coaching to regional trainees and their local organizations using virtual mechanisms
- Comply with project-related monitoring and reporting requirements
Who Should Apply?
Interested individuals should meet the following requirements:
- Must be a member of the trans community
- Must demonstrate English language proficiency (reading, writing, and speaking)
- Must have proven skill or prior experience delivering trainings on HIV, human rights, trans issues, and/or organizational capacity building
- Reside in one of the three regions where trainings will be delivered:
- Sub-Saharan Africa;
- Asia and the Pacific; and
- Latin America and the Caribbean
- Must be able/willing to travel internationally
- Training of Trainers
- One Regional Training
TEACH Technical Advisors will be engaged by the MSMGF as consultants/independent contractors.
TEACH Technical Advisors will receive travel support (transportation, lodging, and per diem) as well as a stipend for work completed.
All funds will be delivered via wire transfer, thus each Technical Advisor must possess a bank account.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please be sure to carefully review the instructions in the attachments before submitting your application package. Application materials must be sent to MSMGF Public Health Advisor Mahri Bahati at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Application – TEACH Technical Advisor” by 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time 22 April 2017.
All applicants will be notified of the result by May 1, 2017. Selected applicants will receive a Letter of Invitation to attend the TEACH Training of Trainers which will take place in July 2017. Travel support and arrangements will be provided by MSMGF. A small stipend will be provided for attendance at the Training of Trainers in addition to travel support.