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Barcelona 2002: International AIDS Conference Seeks Scientific Program Coordinator

March 30, 2001

The major international AIDS conference takes place every two years, and the next one will be in Barcelona, Spain, July 7-12, 2002. The organizer of this conference, Fundacio Barcelona AIDS 2002, is seeking a scientific program coordinator.

From the April 12 Announcement:

Scientific Programme Coordinator

Programme organizers seek highly qualified candidate to coordinate and implement planning for scientific programme of the Conference. Responsibilities include technical and logistical issues, liaison between organizers, international scientific community and international agencies. The applicant should have: research knowledge and international experience with public health issues, basic, clinical and/or social sciences in the HIV/AIDS field, including developing countries; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to take initiative and work independently. English speaking and writing proficiency (working knowledge of Spanish useful but not required). Policy development and advocacy experience are desirable.

Position will be based in Barcelona from time of hire through September 2002. Salary based on candidate's skills and experience.

To apply, send your CV and 3 references with a cover letter by email to: or by mail to: Fundacio Barcelona SIDA 2002. c/ Pomaret, 21. Barcelona 08017. Spain.

Application Deadline: Open until position is filled.

ISSN # 1052-4207

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