AFAO is the national federation for the HIV community response in Australia. AFAO works to end HIV transmission and reduce its impact on communities in Australia and, also, in Asia and the Pacific through an eight country multi-country grant funded by the Global Fund for AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.  AFAO leads efforts to end HIV transmissions in Australia, Asia and the Pacific.

AFAO’s member organisations represent the diverse communities most affected by HIV – sexuality and gender diverse communities, sex workers, people who inject drugs, people with HIV and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.  AFAO’s close connection with communities, provides rapid intelligence on changes in the HIV epidemic, allowing the organisation to respond quickly, and to act as a trusted communication channel to government, multi-lateral funders, research and clinical partners.

Education has the power to transform lives.  AFAO are investing in potential and intend to inspire excellence and opportunity to their member networks and beyond.

This role will be part of a new team brought together to develop and manage a Workforce Development Program across Australia and in addition to this role includes a Content Developer, E Learning Designer, Learning Coordinator and Graphic Designer.

Reporting to the Manager, National Programs, this role is responsible for coordinating the development of the online learning platform.  Specifically you will:

  • Coordinate the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the program
  • Coordinate the team members to deliver a sophisticated, integrated learning program
  • Map existing learning modules and develop new content
  • Support the organisation with its reporting requirements
  • Build a strong, collaborative relationship with AFAO’s member organisations to best develop and implement this new program

You will have knowledge of HIV and the Australian HIV response, and understand the diverse communities most affected by HIV.  You will have previous experience in a content development, learning and development or communications role and are ready to deliver on this important piece of work.   You can demonstrate:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Understanding of how to develop learning packages for on-line learning
  • Capacity to conceptualise the workforce of AFAO’s member base and develop learning packages relevant to their needs
  • Outstanding skills in developing content for various audiences
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively to resolve complex issues

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If you are passionate about ending HIV transmission in Australia, Asia and the Pacific, please submit a resume and cover letter responding to the skills required above or email with any specific questions.