May 13, 2022

Research Data Supervisor I

  • CA Department of Social Services
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • $6,403 - $7,954 monthly
Full time Government

Job Description

The California Department of Social Services' Research, Automation and Data division (RADD) works to build a sustainable data culture within the department and maximize the full value of its data assets. RADD is responsible for working with Information Services (technology) and program partners throughout the data life cycle to ensure best practices are elevated toward the goal of serving California's most vulnerable families using a human-centered and data-driven approach. Within RADD, the Research and Data Insights (RDI) Branch focuses on leading directed and exploratory research projects within the department by using the full array of departmentwide data assets, synthesizing research findings and insights in reports, dashboards, or presentations to help our program partners derive meaningful and impactful data-driven decisions for the families and children who they serve throughout the state of California. RDI researchers also work across the division with other areas of RADD to help ensure departmentwide data is collected accurately and efficiently and to help inform departmentwide data literacy trainings designed to enhance knowledge of data tools and techniques.

Currently seeking a Research Data Supervisor I (RDS I-Sup) responsible for meeting, tracking and reporting on state and federal requirements for various programs and policies. The RDS I (Sup) plans and guides the work of research and analytical staff for the purpose of analyzing and reporting on data related to all programs and services supported by CDSS; emphasis on automating and streamlining regular reporting requirements. The incumbent in this position ensures Bureau policies and guidelines are implemented and followed.

Must apply through the CalCareers website.  Deadline to apply is May 31, 2022

Be sure to take the RDS-I, Supervisor exam found on CalCareers exam search main webpage.

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