Under the direction of the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC) Director, this position manages a national Center for Disease Control (CDC)-funded Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Program to support high impact HIV prevention. The focus of the CBA Program is to improve the skills and knowledge of the HIV prevention workforce through trainings, technical assistance and resource development related to HIV testing, prevention with persons living with HIV and policy initiation. Capacity building activities are aimed at making changes at the practice level to reduce HIV disparities along the prevention and care continuum. The incumbent coordinates capacity building activities for local and state Health Departments and their designated partners, including community-based organizations, through the assessment, implementation and evaluation of technical assistance and training needs related to the delivery of HIV prevention services. This includes but is not limited to: oversight and completion of all grant-funded objectives, preparation of progress reports, supervision of up to four CBA specialists, participation in national grantee meetings, conferences and other events, coordinating and conducting technical assistance, training, and other capacity building activities as requested by CDC or health department partners.
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Since 1989, the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC) has been funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to deliver high-quality, state-of-the-art training and technical assistance to health professionals and health care organizations related to STD prevention, diagnosis and treatment. CAPTC has established an innovative, cost-effective training and technical assistanc...e center with expertise in training providers (clinical PTC), providing training and capacity building to CDC-funded STD programs (NQIC), training disease investigation specialists (DISTC), and building health department capacity (CBA).