Scaling up of human rights programming in HIV responses

Closing date: 01 February 2019
Location: n/a
Salary: Daily rate to be submitted with proposals

The Alliance is looking for two separate but linked consultancies to take on a piece of work to develop an evidence-informed Implementers’ Guide to implement and expand Programs to Reduce Human Rights-related Barriers to health services.

We are seeking proposals from consultants with the following experience:

Consultant 1 Education and Experience required:

• Minimum four years relevant experience in human rights programming in the context of HIV.
• Proven experience in secondary research including literature reviews in the context of human rights and HIV with a record of accomplishment of publications in the area of human rights programming, advocacy or academic research.
• Experience in producing good practice materials in human rights-based HIV interventions.
• Expertise in quality assessment methodologies essential.
• Working French and Spanish reading is preferable.

Consultant 2 Education and Experience required:

• Minimum four years relevant professional knowledge and/or field experience in human rights programming in the context of HIV in implementation of human rights programmes.
• Experience developing participatory adult curricula tool for nonprofit, philanthropic sector or related field.
• Expertise in quality assessment methodologies essential.
• Interest, experience, and/or formal training or education in HIV/AIDS, public health, human rights, international development, or related field
• Advanced computer experience – MS Office: Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Adobe.
• Openness to working with other chosen consultants who will be contracted for other elements of this project.
• Applications are preferred from a consortium of consultants or consultancy firm.

Key competencies for both consultancies:

• Analytical thinking, organisation and writing
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Oral and written fluency in English and working written French and Spanish
• Work and time management
• Attention to detail
• Integrity and ability to maintain needed confidentiality
• Comfort working in a fast-paced environment
• Ability and willingess to work collaboratively both in-person and virtually and to accept and integrate feedback; and
• Comfort working with different organisational requirements.

Please review the terms of reference attached, and follow the instructions to submit your application.

Deadline:
Submit an indication of interest to bid for either or both consultancies via email to ssimpson@aidsalliance.org no later than 25th January 2019.  Proposals should be received no later than 1st February 2019.