Project Manager (m/f/x) For Work Package 4 of the „CORE – COmmunity REsponse to End Inequalities“ project

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Deutsche Aidshilfe e.V. (DAH) is a community-based advocacy association working in the fields of HIV, sexual health, and human rights. As an umbrella organization with approximately 115 member organizations, it represents the health and social-political interests of people living with HIV/AIDS and provides prevention work for populations affected by or vulnerable to HIV, viral hepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

We are looking for a

Project Manager (m/f/x)

For Work Package 4 of the „CORE – COmmunity REsponse to End Inequalities“ project

(Remuneration Group 13 TVöD (Bund), temporary until 31.12.2025,

Part-time 19,5 hours per week).


The Action Grant „CORE – COmmunity REsponse to End Inequalities“ is a three-year project running from January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2025. Funded by the EU, the project aims to reduce inequalities in the areas of HIV, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis. It involves 24 partner organizations from 17 countries. For more information about the project, visit

The project is divided into 7 Work Packages (WPs). Coordinated by Deutsche Aidshilfe, WP4 aims to identify where, why, and for whom HIV/HCV/TB prevention and treatment are failing in Europe. Another goal is to increase the number of community health workers (CHWs) who will reach people with intersecting vulnerabilities through community-based interventions.


Your responsibilities:

·         Coordinate, manage, and provide support for the activities of WP4 – “Capacity Building”, particularly communication and moderation of work processes among WP partners.

·         Support partner networks AAF, ESWA, and C-EHRN in developing, creating, and aligning workshops and developing a „toolbox“.

·         Serve as a member of the Steering Group to coordinate the overall project’s activities on a regular base.

·         Continuously report to and work together with the overall coordination team of CORE.

·         Present project activities and results to the international professional community.


Your qualification:

·         Completed university degree (Master, Magister, State Examination, etc.), preferably in health or social sciences.

·         Proven experience in the conception, coordination, and implementation of (international) projects in the field of HIV/HCV/TB and STIs among vulnerable populations.

·         Knowledge of international, particularly European, structures in the field of HIV/HCV/TB prevention.

·         Understanding of the disadvantages faced by groups with intersecting vulnerabilities in HIV/HCV/TB prevention and treatment in Europe.

·         Knowledge of the medical and psychosocial aspects of HIV/HCV/TB and STIs.

·         Excellent English language skills, both written and spoken; German language skills are desired.

·         Diversity-sensitive communication skills and intercultural competence.

·         Strong organizational skills, effective time management, and team spirit.

·         Willingness to travel and work outside of regular hours, including weekends.


What we offer:

·         Be part of an international team dedicated to structural prevention and health promotion in the context of HIV, STIs, and viral hepatitis.

·         A position with plenty of room for initiatives and ideas.

·         Flexible working hours and the possibility of remote work.

·         30 days of annual leave, plus days off on December 24th and 31st.

·         Annual special payment and yearly performance bonus (LOB).

·         Subsidy for company pension plans.

At DAH, we value the representation of diverse identities and backgrounds, as prevention work requires varied perspectives. We encourage applications from people with experiences of racism and/or migration, particularly those who identify as BIPoC, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. In the sense of self-identification and self-positioning, we invite you to voluntarily include relevant information in your application. People with disabilities will be given preference if equally qualified. Unfortunately, our offices are not fully accessible, but we strive to find the best possible solutions to meet individual needs. Please contact us in advance if you have any questions.


We are happy to get to know you!

Are you passionate about our goals and want to join DAH? Submit your application (motivation letter, resume, and relevant certificates) via our application portal „Connectoor“ by June 12, 2024:

Due to data protection regulations, we cannot accept applications via email.

Interviews will likely be held on June 24, 2024 in our office.

For questions, please contact Sasha Gurinova at +49 (0) 30 69 00 87 76,

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