Are you committed to seeing change in the world?

Do you believe in the power of community-based organizations?

Do you like working in a dynamic environment with dynamic people?


PAN’s staff is made up of people from diverse experiences including those who self-identify as people living with HIV, gbMSM, transgender, gender-diverse, Indigenous, people who use/used drugs, people with a disability. Working with PAN means joining a passionate, diverse and dedicated team of people who are committed to bringing the organization’s mission to life. PAN offers a flexible workplace environment, is committed to work-life balance, and has created a culture that fosters relationships of mutual trust and respect between colleagues.



Working collaboratively, PAN builds the capacity and skills of its member organizations, including people with lived experience, to effectively address HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, and related communicable diseases and conditions. Practically speaking we provide workplace training, leadership development, community-based research and evaluation initiatives, and support a collective impact network to reach all regions in the province. We consult with our members across the province to ensure we represent a BC-wide voice as we advocate for change in public perception and policies.


If you’re excited about the work we do and think you’d like to work with us, great! If you don’t see an opportunity below, or don’t see one that feels like a fit, you are welcome to send us a description of your work and community experience and we’ll keep you in mind for future postings. Send to [email protected].  If you’d like to see work opportunities at other organizations, see job postings in the News section.



We don’t currently have any positions available. Please browse our site to get to  know us and check back for new postings.


PAN’s Core Values

In all our work we strive to include a diversity of people with lived experience of HIV, HCV, and related communicable diseases and conditions, and to ensure meaningful opportunities for their involvement as leaders.
PAN has a responsibility to advance reconciliation through understanding and action to address the ongoing impacts of colonization. In all our work we strive for cultural humility and to create cultural safety for Indigenous members, partners, and participants and we continue to learn how best to achieve this.
We encourage and support collaboration and partnerships to strengthen our members and to provide the highest quality services and outcomes.
We support the exploration of creative and practical ideas to benefit communities across BC.
PAN uses a diverse range of data and information to support decision making and planning. We promote the use of relevant research, evaluation, and community-based knowledge to improve policies, practices, and programs impacting our network.
We are accountable to our membership and stakeholders. We adhere to the highest standards of professional integrity, ensuring transparency, timely reporting, and the best use of our resources in achieving our goals.
PAN’s strength is in its members. As a network we all on our members to be actively engaged in moving forward the vision, mission and work of the Pacific AIDS Network.
Stigma exists on all levels and in many forms in society. It is incumbent on all of us to be vigilant and committed to confronting stigma and discrimination in its many forms.

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