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CTAC Job Posting: Executive Director

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CTAC is currently recruiting a new Executive Director. Deadline to apply is June 24 or until the position is filled. See the posting below. 


Position: Executive Director
Reports to: Executive Committee on behalf of the Board of Directors
Position(s) Supervised: All Staff
Status: Full time with benefits
Location: Toronto, Ontario


The Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC) is a national, non-governmental organization that advocates for equitable, affordable and timelyaccess to treatment, care and support for people living with for HIV/AIDS and HIV/hepatitis C co-infection. The organization was founded and is run by and for people living with HIV/AIDS, including those co-infected with hepatitis C.


The Executive Director is responsible for CTAC's ongoing achievement of its mission, strategic vision, program goals, and financial objectives. We are looking for a person with strong financial and HR management experience.

Last Updated on Thursday, 05 May 2016 02:09

Great news! Have you heard? The ICAD team is growing!

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We are thrilled to welcome Ellen Wightman and Bertille Tayoung to the ICAD family!

Ellen Wightman:
Ellen was born and raised in Blackpool, England where she earned a BA in Business Management and Administration. She went on to study with the  Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants, UK.

With over 20 years of International experience, she specializes in establishing financial policies, procedures and reporting systems and in executing internal and external reporting. Prior to joining ICAD, Ellen worked in Oman as a Controller for a national manufacturing company, a Statistician for the German Civil Service, and more recently, Director of Operation in the Non-Profit Sector of Ottawa. Ellen brings to ICAD over 30 years of combined, International and National experience in accounting, finance and office administration.

Bertille Tayoung:
Bertille holds a Masters' degree in International Management and has studied and worked in France, London, New York and Canada. Her career path is both rich and diverse, acquiring significant skills in communications, projects and events management as well as international cooperation. Her last experiences led her to work for Oxfam-Québec, la COCQ-SIDA and Mitacs where she managed international internship programs and education and public awareness projects. She is a very dynamic and enthusiastic person, with a strong desire to contribute to international educational projects. Bertille is thrilled to be joining the ICAD team!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 May 2016 14:45

A Living Document: Canadian Civil Society Priorities for the 2016 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS

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We applaud the President of the UN General Assembly for the opportunity to join Member States, representatives from civil society, communities living with and affected by HIV, the academic and scientific community and many others in these critical and focused dialogues leading into the High Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS (HLM). We strongly urge continued active and substantive engagement with civil society and communities living with and affected by HIV throughout the process leading upto June's HLM and beyond.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 April 2016 16:25

Informal Interactive Civil Society Hearing - High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS

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6 April 2016, New York

Live webcast:

About the Civil Society Hearing:

A High-Level meeting on HIV/AIDS will take place from 8-10 June 2016 to undertake a review of the progress achieved in realizing the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS and the Political Declarations on HIV/AIDS of 2006 and 2011 including successes, best practices, lessons learned, obstacles and gaps, challenges and opportunities.

The civil society hearing aims to demonstrate the strength, diversity and commitment of civil society and other stakeholders in the response to the AIDS epidemic by discussing challenges and opportunities in the AIDS response and by proposing key actions that will make it possible to end AIDS within our lifetime.

The Hearing will provide all relevant stakeholders with an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing preparatory process in a day of interactive panel discussions that will include Member States, as well as representatives from civil society, non-governmental organizations, the academic and scientific community and others. The Hearing will focus on taking stock ofthe various aspects of the AIDS response.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 April 2016 18:03

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