Coach TAP IN


About the organization

CAI, a training, technical assistance, and research-to-practice nonprofit organization, is seeking a highly motivated professional for the full-time position of Coach to work with CAI’s Technical Assistance Provider – innovation network (TAP-in). The position is based in CAI’s Los Angeles Office or CAI’s Atlanta Office. We are also open to remote candidates based elsehwere in the western or southern U.S.


Facilitate mutually agreed upon jurisdiction-specific TA plan through meetings with the jurisdiction, asking clarifying questions, and working with senior team members and updating annually.
Identify and coordinate resources from TAP-in partners (and other federally funded sources) to support implementation of the TA plan, with the support of senior team members who connect with partners.
Provide pro-active and regularly scheduled coaching along with Regional Leads, grounded in process and outcome data, to foster implementation of the agreed upon TA plan.
In collaboration with TAP-in Director of Technical Assistance, Research and Evaluation Lead, Regional Lead, other senior team members,TAP-in partners, support jurisdictions in using data to monitor their progress in implementation and the impact of activities undertaken as part of the jurisdictions’ EHE plans
Document all TA encounters and related activities and participate, as needed, in reporting.
Facilitate formal mid-course (Year 3) assessment of assigned jurisdictions to assess progress in implementation of EHE plan and adapt the TAP plan and approach based on findings, in conjunction with TAP-in Director of Technical Assistance, Research and Evaluation Lead, Regional Leads, senior team members and a multidisciplinary team
On a continuous basis, share with CAI TAP-in leadership and the Regional TA Leads key observations from communications and activities with the jurisdictions to inform the TAP-in continuous


Expertise in HIV or mental health fields and/or experience providing technical assistance in a public health arena, preferred. Summary of requirements is provided below.

Master’s degree in related field, or equivalent professional experience
Knowledgeable and skilled in delivering coaching to adults in a professional environment
Strong communication, facilitation, training and presentation skills
Adaptability and flexibility in approach to training and technical assistance techniques
Experience and/or knowledgeable about methods for coaching staff to achieve performance improvement
Excellent documentation skills and ability to synthesize complex information into clear, actionable steps/plans
Ability to work both independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team, in a fast-paced environment
Detail oriented, highly organized, and able to multi-task/manage multiple projects
Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills



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