Cayman AIDS Foundation Recruits new Board

The Cayman AIDS Foundation is seeking to appoint seven new board members to ensure the capacity and skill set needed to oversee the next phase of important work in the HIV field. The roles are unpaid voluntary positions.
By: Cayman AIDS Foundation
Aug. 23, 2014 - PRLog -- Board members are expected to attend twelve board meetings per year, and participate in the life of the organization between board meetings, advising the staff team and acting in an ambassadorial role for CAF at all times.

“As the preeminent AIDS Service Organization in the Cayman Islands and a leader in the Caribbean region in providing services, resources, education and policy, CAF intends to continue a history of excellence in the field. This is an exciting opportunity for seasoned professionals based in the Cayman Islands” said Interim Director Noel Smith

Special attention is being given to applicants with previous experience in the areas of Medicine (with an emphasis on pharmacology, infectious diseases, public health, research), Law, Finance and audit. Candidates are asked to apply with hard copies (cover letter, CV, references and police clearance less than a year old) by mail or by hand to CAF’s offices, available on the Foundation’s website at

Positions are advertised for a period of one year although terms may be renewed.

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