The Data Manager reports to the Division of Population Behavioral Health Assistant Director of Research and Evaluation. The incumbent is responsible for managing the project's service delivery data collection process and dataset. Programmatic and individual data is collected and managed using Survey Gizmo and SalesForce software. The incumbent is responsible for assisting in the creation of Survey Gizmo surveys, and developing and implementing training for software end-users, monitoring and verifying data entry with remote sites, answering data entry related questions, assisting in the analysis of evaluation data and the creation of monthly and year-end progress reports.
Master's degree in Statistics, Public Health or related field preferred.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Public Health or other relevant science field with a minimum of 5 years related work experience with data collection systems, data management and data analysis will be considered in lieu of education.
Demonstrated Strong written communication and verbal skills.
Demonstrated solid problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of database management principles and software.
Attention to needs of database design, and analytical skills for working with data and data analyses.
Ability to operate personal computers.
Demonstrated knowledge of SAS required. Knowledge of at least one other commonly used statistical package such as R preferred. Experience working in Survey Gizmo, and Salesforce a plus.
Experience in writing manuscripts, reports and other publications for various audiences a plus.
Valid California driver's license.
- Job Title: Data Manager
- UCLA Title: Analyst,Public Administr, Prin
- Job Num.: H90862
- Work Hours: 8-5, M-F
- Work Location: Westwood, CA
- Job Type: Contract
- Duration: one year
- Minimum Salary: $30.60 / $5325
- Maximum Salary: $60.54 / $10533
- Layoff Referral Deadline: 06/16/2017
- Bargaining Unit: 99
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