Senior Clinical Training Manager


The Center of Excellence (COE) is an innovative
partnership between the UCLA Semel Institute Division of Population Behavioral
Health and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. The COE provides workforce
development, training, coaching, and consultation for providers in Los Angeles
County focused on addressing the challenges of adults, children, and families
at high-risk for mental health problems due to adversity, trauma, and loss.

The incumbent is an independent
subject matter expert with clinical management experience. Under the direction of the DPBH Director of
Training, incumbent develops and manages the design and production of high
quality, trauma-informed training curricula and support materials including
training videos, slides, manuals, protocols, and handouts. The incumbent
identifies, manages, and develops other senior-level subject matter experts and
vendors, and builds relationships with potential partner organizations and
stakeholders. The ability to supervise landscape and needs analyses, supervise
the production and management of online learning content and systems, and
ongoing evaluation and reporting efforts are essential. The incumbent will also
provide clinical management and supervision to several other members of the
training team, including the curriculum developers and trainers.

This is a contract position with eligibility to convert to career.

degree and clinical license in a mental health related field (PsyD, PhD, EdD)
or equivalent. Demonstrated expertise in culturally and trauma-sensitive
training curricula and materials development. Demonstrated high-level
management of clinical, professional and support staff. Bilingual
fluency in English and Spanish is preferred. Excellent organizational
skills and strong attention to detail. Excellent written and spoken
communication skills. Expert knowledge of instructional design principles
and practices to include: multiple learning modalities, interactive training
and learning design, online/e-learning design principles, distance learning,
instructor-led training, self-paced instruction, and evaluation methods.
Demonstrated ability to provide training to mental health professionals,
educators, and medical providers, grounded in evidence-based practice. Knowledge
of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and
Excel, and willingness to learn new computer-based systems for worksite
management. Expert knowledge of manualized psycho-educational training
programs and evidence-based interventions. Scientific and practice-based
knowledge of the impact of trauma on human behavior and strategies to reduce
its negative effects. Knowledge of online learning management
systems. Experience based knowledge of Los Angeles Department of Mental
Health and other LA County systems. High level ability and experience
communicating complex information to people with varying levels of education
and training and different learning styles. Demonstrated ability to
manage multiple priorities and projects simultaneously in a fast-paced work
environment. Ability to apply literacy and cultural filters to curricula
and training materials to promote uptake and retention of training content.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle with a valid California driver's license,
auto insurance, and access to an automobile.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.