Training/Technical Assistance Specialist - Sexual and Reproductive Health

CAI, a training, technical assistance, and research-to-practice nonprofit organization is seeking a highly motivated professional for the full-time, exempt position of Training/Technical Assistance Specialist – Sexual and Reproductive Health in CAI’s Denver office. The Training/Technical Assistance Specialist works under the direction of the Project Director in the day-to-day management and implementation of all deliverables associated with administration of the Colorado Contraceptive Access Change Project whose goal is to improve access to evidence-based and client-centered contraceptive and reproductive healthcare in primary and pediatric care settings. This includes providing regular remote and in-person Technical Assistance and Coaching to assist participating safety-net providers as they establish/realign systems and structures to improve universal access to sexual and reproductive health services. This position is located in the CAI Denver office.


  • Provide day-to-day management for activities associated with administering a state-wide Learning Collaborative (e.g., learning sessions, action periods, data collection, CQI) among 11 healthcare organizations
  • Provide remote and in-person Practice Facilitation Coaching (PFC) that supports learning collaborative participants in establishing systems and structures that support universal access to sexual and reproductive health services
  • Aid in the development and use of data collection tools designed to capture PFC provided and impact on improved access to contraceptive services
  • Contribute to the development of training curriculum (including in-person and remote training events) and capacity-building strategies 
  • Translate personal knowledge and expertise into practical, skills-based training programs and deliver approved training courses to a defined level of quality.
  • Facilitate meeting logistics, registration, and communication activities associated with administering the Learning Collaborative and professional development activities
  • Maintain and update virtual improvement learning hub
  • Participate in bi-weekly calls with key partner staff and funders
  • Maintain working relationships with partner agencies and other stakeholders to support the achievement of project goals
  • Work with Research Director on project evaluation, including collecting and analyzing data to assess partners’ progress and success towards implementing project goals
  • Contribute to other TTA initiatives as identified


  • Masters-level degree and/or a minimum of 5 years combined (training and field) experience in health policy, public health, and/or health care operations
  • In-depth understanding of the current reproductive health landscape, including familiarity with national reproductive health guidelines, recommendations, and relevant research, as well as principles of equity and justice
  • Excellent analytic, strategic thinking and presentation skills including interpersonal, as well as oral and written communications skills
  • Excellent platform presentation skills and strong classroom management skills
  • Instructional design skills to support tailored program and course modifications
  • Ability to train diverse audiences and content areas using principles of adult learning theory
  • Ability to work independently and to drive and manage own workload; ability to manage several tasks/projects concurrently and prioritize work effectively by making and meeting team goals
  • Flexibility of schedule and ability to travel (approximately 30% travel-time required)
  • Excellent planning skills, extremely organized, and ability to multi-task
  • Demonstrated skills in project coordination and project management
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook/Teams


  • Applied and practical experience in the design and delivery of technical assistance using on-site and remote modalities, continuous quality improvement strategies, and principles of performance management to improve patient and community outcomes
  • Spanish language and cultural competency
  • Experience working with underrepresented and/or historically marginalized communities
  • Experience in clinical healthcare setting and/or experience working with healthcare teams


CAI offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits and working conditions. Apply for this job.