Do you want to work with innovative, multidisciplinary experts striving to realize health equity in California and beyond? At the California Prevention Training Center we offer tailored technical assistance and training services to support healthcare providers in advancing comprehensive STD/HIV and reproductive healthcare. Join us!
Below are current job opportunities & RFPs
Director/Academic Program Manager, California Prevention Training Center
We are seeking a new Director for the California Prevention Training Center to manage a complex portfolio of nationally recognized HIV/STD prevention and family planning research and training programs. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, innovative, experienced leader with highly specialized research and academic expertise who is equipped to oversee an annual portfolio over $10 million comprised of federal, state and locally funded grant programs aimed at strengthening the HIV/STD and sexual health workforce through training and technical assistance. This position is housed in UCSF’s Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology (OB/GYN), Bixby Center for International Global Reproductive Health and located in San Francisco, CA.
Senior Instructional Design Manager, California Prevention Training Center
Heluna Health and the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC) invite applicants for the position of Senior Instructional Design Manager.
Under the direction of the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC) Director the Senior Instructional Design Manager will develop virtual skills-based training for case investigators (CIs), contact tracers (CT), and disease interventions specialists (DIS) and learning collaboratives to be implemented by regional Disease Intervention Services Training Centers (DITCs). The current curricula focus is for the CDC National COVID-19 Track B activities, but the position will develop curricula for many of CAPTC’s DIS and HIV/STD training programs.
Health Educator, Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment
Under the direction of the Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment (FPACT) Manager in the California Prevention and Training Center (CAPTC) and the Office of Family Planning (OFP), the FPACT Health Educator uses skills as a seasoned, experienced health education professional to assess the reproductive health-related education needs of providers and clients in the Family PACT program. The Health Educator will also develop health education protocols, materials, and assessment tools and will review health education materials for accuracy, consistency, and relevance, based on knowledge of current trends in the field of health education and care services. The Health Educator will also assist in implementing provider and client training recommendations and will prepare reports, publications, and educational support materials for effective health education program planning, implementation and evaluation.