Program Assistant

is a leader in research and innovation in the prevention of HIV and other health issues. We are a non-profit organization that is focused on organizational development through effective human resources management and capacity development processes to enable our personnel to work as efficiently as possible. Based on equality and community participation, which drives good public health policy. In addition, IHRI is a regional resource for research, education and training.

stands for the elimination of stigma and discrimination and respect for diversity, to allow individuals to truly demonstrate their full potential, meet challenges, and have opportunities for career advancement and personal development to build a creative society together with us.

The Program Assistant will assist with coordination, administrative and logistical supports of research and program activities under Key Populations Led-Health Services (KPLHS) program. Under the Program Officer/Senior Program Officer, the Program Assistant will work to support in maintaining and updating research files, program files and procuring clinical and other supplies required for study or program. The Program Assistant will assist in reviewing study- and program related documents and assist in communication with implementing sites and in implementation of study and program components based on standard operating procedures (SOPs), and assist in the coordination of technical assistance activities.

  • Performs administrative, logistical, and coordination duties,
    assists with meetings and travel plans

  • Coordinates, develops, reviews, tracks and revises assigned
    study- and program related documents including protocols,
    SOPs, data collection forms, monitoring plans, analysis plans,
    reports, and publications

  • Conducts document reviews to ensure quality and compliance

  • Assists with development of site training materials and
    presentations, prepares conference call summaries.

  • Communicates with site staff to ensure the smooth
    implementation of study

  • Assist in procurement of clinical supplies and related supplies
    required for study and program

  • Others duties as assigned

1. Thai citizen.

2. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, in areas of public health, public administration, social science or related areas.

3. 3 years’ experience in relevant HIV project management and/or implementation science experience

4. Experience in clinical research or program management, preferably for grants from multiple public donors, including USAID

5. Prior work experience in a non-governmental organization (NGO), government agency, or private organization.

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Please send your cover letter, CV and expected salary by email to: . If you need any further information, please contact us via e-mail or phone: 02 160 5371 or visit our website at Application Deadline: 30 April 2021 Only short-list candidates will be notified.