Trainer, Stakeholder & Community Engagement

CAI (Cicatelli Associates Inc.) is seeking a full-time Trainer, Stakeholder and Community Engagement, who will work as part of a team to engage, mobilize, and build the capacity of stakeholders (e.g., healthcare and supportive services professionals) and community members to identify, implement, and evaluate interventions and systems changes to address health inequities with a focus on sexual and reproductive health and justice. This position will support a range of Colorado-based initiatives and CAI initiatives more broadly and will report to the Project Director. This is a remote position. Colorado-based applicants are preferred, but applicants from across the country may be considered.

MAJOR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include, but are not limited to):

Training/Technical Assistance Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement, and evaluate the delivery of capacity building services (i.e., training, technical assistance, and coaching) to promote individual, systems, and community-level changes to better align with a patient-centered and reproductive justice-informed approach to care and to improve health outcomes for centered communities
  • Translate personal knowledge and expertise into the quality delivery of practical, skills-based training programs on sexual/reproductive health and justice
  • Contribute to the development of training curricula and capacity building strategies, tools, and resources
  • Provide capacity building services using multiple modalities including virtual technology and in-person (as public health conditions permit)
  • Co-train with other staff trainers and/or consultants and participate in related activities, including prep and debriefing of every capacity building event

Community Engagement Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement strategies to foster engagement and partnership with community members and clients to improve responsiveness of health systems and to improve health outcomes
  • Implement best practice strategies to ensure that community members are continuously involved and that the voice of the community is a major driver in accomplishing project activities
  • Maintain working relationships with community agencies, other stakeholders, and community members to support activities to improve health outcomes for centered communities

General Responsibilities:

  • Provide day-to-day support for activities associated with conducting a statewide initiative aimed to support healthcare providers in developing an approach to care in service of reproductive justice
  • Provide support in project management activities including meeting with funders, partners and project staff; addressing funder reporting requirements; and other activities as needed
  • Record and disseminate notes from meetings and capacity building events
  • Support and/or facilitate meeting and capacity building event logistics, registration, and communication activities
  • Utilize project management databases and training management systems to record project results and schedule capacity building events
  • Use data and information to continually improve capacity building approaches
  • Provide support to other CAI initiatives broadly - as identified


  • Master’s degree and/or a minimum of 5 years of experience in health education, community engagement, organizational development, health equity, social work, public health, health care operations, or a related field
  • Knowledge of the reproductive justice framework, health equity-informed approaches to healthcare, and/or patient-centered care
  • Minimum of two years of training experience 
  • Excellent virtual and classroom training platform presentation skills
  • Understanding of adult learning theory
  • Adaptability and flexibility in approach to training techniques
  • Knowledge of learning technologies and their effective usage
  • Instructional design skills to develop or convert classroom training programs to virtual programs
  • Applied knowledge of principles and practices associated with group facilitation and the design and delivery of capacity building assistance
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills for professional and community audiences
  • Team-player and self-starter
  • Detail oriented, highly organized, and able to multi-task/manage multiple projects
  • Demonstrated capacity to analyze administrative, personnel and organizational problems and identify appropriate solutions
  • Knowledge of various word processing/computer programs, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
  • Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends
  • This position requires occasional travel (as public health conditions permit)


  • Spanish language proficiency
  • In-depth understanding of the current sexual/reproductive health landscape in Colorado
  • Experience working with underrepresented and historically marginalized communities in Colorado (e.g., Latinx, Indigenous, Black, etc.)
  • Experience in clinical healthcare settings and/or experience working with healthcare teams
  • Experience providing technical assistance and/or coaching
  • Applied knowledge of principles and practices of providing services to culturally diverse populations, addressing social determinants of health, and community mobilization
  • Experience building rapport and working productively with diverse stakeholders including healthcare professionals, community members and community partners

SALARY: Salary will be commensurate with experience, with an expected range of $65,000-$70,000.


CAI offers a generous benefits package including:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability and life insurance
  • Retirement savings account with employer contributions after the first year
  • 24 days’ paid vacation, sick, and personal time in first year of work
  • 10 paid holidays


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