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JOB POSTING: Director of Health Promotion

APRIL 9, 2024

Job Title: Director of Health Promotion
Department: Health Promotion
Supervised by: Executive Director

Years of Experience: 3-5 years
Position requirements: 37.5 hours per week
Term: Full-time, permanent  
Salary: Competitive Salary

Organization Description: Black CAP is a leading organization in Canada serving the needs of Black, African and Caribbean communities impacted by HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. We provide support, education, and advocacy to individuals and communities affected by HIV, including the provision of comprehensive and culturally appropriate sexual health services.

Position Overview: Black CAP is seeking a Director responsible for the management of Black CAP’s Heath Promotion Department which provides a range of HIV outreach, prevention and harm reduction services for African, Caribbean and Black people living with or at risk for HIV. These services include prevention education, workshop delivery, volunteer management, resource distribution, event planning and others. The Director is responsible for staff supervision, case management support, team case management model development, evaluation and monitoring and the coordination of clinical services. This is a permanent position with a 37.5-hour work week.

Please note that we are seeking applicants who possess a deep understanding of the specific requirements of people living with HIV/AIDS and lived and professional experience working in Toronto’s ACB communities. Please also note that we strongly encourage applicants who are living with HIV to apply.



This is a non-bargaining unit position reporting to the Executive Director. We thank all applicants; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Deadline for applications: 23 April 2024
Please forward resume and cover letter to: 
Hiring Manager
20 Victoria St., 4th floor, Toronto, ON
or email:

Please use ‘Director of Health Promotion.’ as the subject of your email.

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