AHA Centre PRA Job Postings
The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) in collaboration with 2 Spirited People of the 1st Nation, All Nations Hope AIDS Network, Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada, and Shining Mountain Living are seeking a Peer Research Associates (PRA) in Toronto, Regina, Ottawa, Red Deer for the newly funded Aboriginal HIV & AIDS Community-Based Research Centre (AHA Centre). Information exchange, research development and innovative Knowledge-to-Action are the cornerstones of the AHA Centre. Made up of a collaboration of Aboriginal community-based researchers from across Canada, community-based research (CBR) initiatives will be supported through capacity building and access to the expertise of researchers across the country. Aboriginal and HIV & AIDS communities will be directly engaged in every aspect of the Centre and of central importance, duplication of resources and the work to produce them will be reduced. Peer Research Associates (PRA) will play an integral role in supporting local AIDS Service Organizations in their regions.
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those to be interviewed will be contacted.
Family Matters PRA Job Posting
The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network is leading a dynamic research team involving community leaders,
Aboriginal People living with HIV and AIDS, social science academic researchers, public health
practitioners and students. We are seeking 4 Community Research Associates to help with the multi-year research
project Family Matters: Informing a family-based model of care with Aboriginal families affected by HIV. This position
offers an exciting opportunity to engage and contribute to innovative HIV and AIDS decolonizing,
community-based research, grounded in Indigenous knowledge and emphasizing cultural strengths.
Please note that this posting will remain open until it is filled