Title: RESEARCH PROGRAM SPECIALIST II -SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL- Salary: $5,309.00 - $6,451.00 Posted: 10/04/2012
Under the administrative direction of the Deputy Director, the Research Program Specialist II uses his or her mental health program expertise to further efforts of the evaluation of the public mental health system with particular focus on the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) and included adult and children’s systems of care. The Research Program Specialist II will work with the Research Scientist IV and Evaluation Committee to develop appropriate evaluations of all MHSA programs and functions for adoption by the Commission. Duties require high level contact with commissioners, legislators, legislative staff, State agencies, county mental health directors and various stakeholder organizations.
Extensive knowledge of research methods focused on evaluation of mental health services/programs/systems.
Ability to independently carry out all aspects of the scientific method, including research design, data collection, data analysis, data interpretation, and dissemination of findings via written and verbal methods.
Extensive experience doing the above within a domain relevant to mental health, such as psychology, psychiatry, sociology, or public health.
Master's Degree Preferred.
WHO MAY APPLY
Current Research Program Specialist II's or individuals eligible for appointment (transfers, list eligibility, and reinstatement) to this classification may apply. In addition to their application, candidates must submit a current resume and cover letter explaining their eligibility and their interest in this position. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified may be selected to interview.
Reserach Program Specialist II
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Lauren Quintero 916-445-8716
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