The San Francisco AIDS Foundation
HIV Prevention Project (HPP), which runs the nation's largest needle exchange
program. Is accepting applicants for a 30 hour/week administrative
assistant position. The successful applicant will provide administrative
and contract development support to HPP with particular focus on assisting
the Associate Director in contract development projects, data entry and
compilation, and general clerical support.
For a complete job description
and application guidelines, e-mail [email protected].
(DRCNet will also forward you SFAF's job posting, upon request.)
Resumes can be submitted to [email protected] or fax (415) 487-3019 to request
a complete job description, or sent to: Human Resources (ATTN: HPPAA.JD),
San Francisco AIDS Foundation/HPP, P.O. Box 426182, San Francisco, CA 94142-6182.
Resumes must be received by Jan. 7, and SFAF is not accepting phone calls.
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Issue #119, 12/17/99
Gore Briefly Supports Access to Medical Marijuana, Then Backpedals | Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy Receives Major Support | Interview with Dr David Lewis | DEA Approves Hemp Cultivation Permit in Hawaii | Alaska Marijuana Initiative | Poll Finds Most Blacks, Majority of Whites Believe Law Enforcement Targets Minorities | ACLU Condemns Shooting of Denver Man in No-Knock Raid | UN Narcotics Board, Prime Minister Pressure Australian States on Safe-Injecting Rooms | Grams' Son to Face Misdemeanor Charges | Record Number of Drug Prisoners in California | Mendocino Decriminalization Initiative Needs Volunteers | California Counties Using New Law to Decriminalize Needle Exchange | Job Listing in San Francisco | Editorial: At the End of the American Century
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