Trainer/Senior Trainer


Provide expert training and participate in the development of training designs, training materials and curriculum for the CDC-funded National HIV Classroom Learning Center.


  • Excellent virtual and classroom training platform presentation skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Understanding of adult learning theory.
  • Instructional design skills to develop or convert classroom to virtual training programs
  • Updating curricula and developing of new educational packages
  • Knowledge of learning technologies and their effective usage
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a team of trainers and curriculum designers


  • Translate personal knowledge and expertise into the delivery of practical, skills-based training programs.
  • Deliver training courses to a defined level of quality.
  • Manage training time to meet individual utilization targets, including seeking opportunities to increase training time.
  • Maintain a repertoire of no less than 3 CDC-approved training programs.
  • Participate in Training of Facilitators (TOF) and Training of Trainers (TOT) training opportunities to expand course repertoire.
  • Co-train with other staff trainers and/or consultants, as needed.
  • Provide support to online training production when needed.
  • Assist with the development of training curricula.
  • Participate in advisory groups, focus groups, needs assessment activities, etc. as needed.
  • Maintain accurate and current records of all training activities as outlined in trainer’s protocols.
  • Participate in all continuous quality improvement activities, including debriefing of every training event.
  • Represent organization at professional meetings.
  • Provide technical assistance as needed.
  • Other duties as necessary/assigned.


  • Minimum of a BA/BS in Public Health or related field, or equivalent experience, ideally a Masters in Public Health or related field.
  • Credentialed trainer in at least 3-5 CDC-approved evidence-based interventions (EBIs) or public health strategies (PHS)
  • Excellent training skills with at least two-year experience in training HIV service providers
  • Experience working on HIV Prevention or STI Prevention (At least 1 year)
  • Experience working with HIV providers (CBOs, healthcare organizations and Health Departments); communities of color; and with communities disproportionately affected by HIV (i.e. African Americans, Latinx, Women of Color, Transgender people, Youth from communities of color, Injecting Drug Users, Sex Workers)
  • Knowledge of:
    • National HIV/AIDS Strategy
    • CDC High Impact HIV Prevention Strategy
    • HHS "End of the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America"
    • Adult Learning process
  • Excellent interpersonal, as well as oral & written communications skills.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Flexibility of schedule and ability to travel frequently.
  • Adaptability and flexibility in approach to training techniques.
  • Professional presentation and presence.
  • Excellent planning skills, extremely organized, and ability to multi-task.


CAI has offices in NYC, Buffalo, Albany, Atlanta, Denver and Los Angeles. This position can be based out of any of these offices.


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