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Collaborative to Advance Health Studies

School of Nursing and Health Studies

University of Missouri - Kansas City

Since 2006, the newly-renamed Clinical Training Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health (CTC-SRH) has delivered training to over 3,000 Title X clinical services providers annually. We accomplish this through live and on-demand webinars, e-learning, as well as onsite and virtual national clinical training meetings like our annual National Reproductive Health Conference (NRHC). 

Over 17 years, we have developed expertise, familiarity, and understanding of the diverse needs of the Title X family planning services delivery network and work to ensure they have access to the latest evidence-based tools to do their work. Through our years of service, we have also developed credible relationships with sexual and reproductive health-focused organizations at national and local levels.

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Job Description

CTC-SRH seeks a ranked Assistant Research Professor who serves as the Associate Director for Clinical Training. The successful candidate will combine the ability to function independently and within diverse interdisciplinary teams. The Associate Director will be responsible for intellectual leadership across a variety of moderate to high complexity projects to ensure the Clinical Training Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health (CTC-SRH) achieves its strategic plan and that its programs meet the diverse needs and interests of its funders, partners, and others within the sexual and reproductive health network. This position will provide senior leadership, strategic direction, innovation, and oversight for the staff team and will assist the Project Director with overseeing the development of all outward-facing products, ensuring that they are evidence-based and adhere with ethical, legal, statutory, and health/medical/clinical best practices for dissemination.


*          Provide leadership in program and resource development. Direct national initiatives in the sexual and reproductive health field, create project teams, and serve as a resource for project development and completion.

*          Participate in and represent the CTC-SRH in high-level meetings for high-visibility projects. Facilitate collaboration and communication among key stakeholders, including federal DHHS government officials and the Reproductive Health National Training Center (RHNTC).

*          Conceptualize, develop, and implement new training solutions and opportunities for enhancing the learners' experience across the Title X network of providers.

*          Design technical assistance plans using evidence-based implementation strategies based on the most current implementation science literature to respond to requests in a way that will meet the needs of physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses and physician assistants.

*          Create and deliver presentations relevant to the CTC-SRH cooperative agreement.

*          Work in concert with the Project Director to write strong, competitive federal grant applications, and progress reports.

*          Perform other duties that may be necessary or in the best interest of the federally grant-funded program.

Supervisory Relationships:  Reports to Project Director for grant-related issues and reports to Dean, School of Nursing and Health Studies as faculty member

Amount of Travel and any other Special Conditions or Requirements:  Local, regional, and national travel estimated at 10 - 15%

Minimum Qualifications

*          Physician, advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or physician assistant with at least three years of clinical experience in sexual and reproductive health.

*          At least 3 years of clinical experience in sexual and reproductive health, preferably in a public health setting

*          Knowledge of the Title X network

*          Experience with prescribing/providing a broad range of contraceptive methods, including placement and removal of LARC Methods

*          Demonstrated success in managing projects similar in scope and size to those of CTC-SRH

Preferred Qualifications

Doctorate in nursing, education, public health, or related field.


$80,000 - 110,000 commensurate with FTE, experience, and credentials

Application Instructions

For consideration, you must apply online at , click in Academic Positions Job Opening ID ­­­­­­48837.

Please complete the online application form and provide:

*          your cover letter highlighting your interest in the position, your clinical career experience in sexual and reproductive health which qualifies you, your demonstrated leadership aptitude and/or experience, and your knowledge of the Title X network

*          curriculum vitae including educational background, clinical experience, previous academic appointments and  credentials

*          list of 3 professional references with current contact information

Please combine all application materials into one PDF or Microsoft Word document and upload as your resume attachment.  Limit document name to 50 characters and do not include any special characters (e.g., /, &, %, etc.).

*          If you are experiencing technical problems during application, please email .

*          For questions about the position, please contact including the Job Identification number 48837 and name of the position.

*          Reasonable accommodations may be requested during the application and recruitment process. If you need an accommodation, please contact the Office of Affirmative Action at (816) 235-1323.

We will contact references and request educational transcripts for applicants who progress to the finalist stage.

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