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UCLA Health Systems

Service Systems Data Manager



Full Time

On Site


Los Angeles, California, United States


The Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human behavior is seeking
to hire a Service Systems Data Manager to join the National Center for Child
Traumatic Stress. You will provide support for the administration of the NCTSN
Trauma-Informed Organizational Assessment (TIOA) in various settings. You will
work with each organization to assess readiness and fit, to customize the
survey to meet the organization's needs, and to implement the assessment in a
unique organizational setting. Primary duties include:

  • Ensuring accurate and confidential data collection and data analysis
  • Creating reports based on assessments
  • Implementing trauma-informed practice
  • Developing technological platform for the TIOA and supporting resources
  • Create and refine TIOA coaches' training program
  • Coordinate and assist in development of implementation guides and resources
  • Participate in the TIOA Community of Practice

Please note: May convert to career


Masters or MSW (Preferred)
Previous research
Knowledge of child
trauma/child traumatic stress and child-serving systems (schools, healthcare,
child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health)
Skill in collecting and
analyzing quantitative and qualitative data
Experience visualizing
Experience working with
Qualtrics (preferred)
Experience working with
multi-disciplinary professionals
Knowledge of evidence-based
Demonstrated ability to
collaborate and work effectively with diverse groups of people in order to
accomplish tasks and/or meet goals and objectives
Strong written and oral
communication skills

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.

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