The Data Manager reports to Operation Mend’s Program Director, and the Director of Psychological Health. The individual serves as a vital member of the Operation Mend team responsible for data coordination, data integrity, and data management, for the all aspects of the Operation Mend program, including data management as it relates to the Warrior Care Network. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining Operation Mend’s databases, interact with key members of the clinical and information systems teams, as well as generating reports and providing clean datasets for internal use, partnership requirements, and other end-users. The incumbent is responsible for managing the project’s service delivery data collection process and datasets. The incumbent has a unique understanding of the entire Operation Mend program and is responsible for managing the data that is housed on various platforms including but not limited to: SalesForce, EPIC, Outlook, Vision Tree, excel documents, etc. The incumbent will create reports, dashboards, documenting requirements for salesforce enhancements, and data scrubbing. In addition to being the Sales Force super user, as new data needs are required, the incumbent is responsible for assisting in the creation of online surveys with potential tools such as Survey Gizmo and/or other newly designated survey tools, 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. View More >
The senior psychometrist will administer a broad range of neuropsychological and psychological tests, under the request of and direct clinical supervision of licensed clinical psychologists. They will ensure tests are accurately scored and summary data are recorded and submitted in an accurate and timely manner, and they will report on behavioral observations of examinees. Additionally, they will organize protocols and testing stimuli as well as maintain a clean, orderly, and safe environment. The ability to perform testing in both English and Spanish is strongly desired. Perform other duties as assigned. View More >
You can use your financial and administrative expertise to fill a unique role in a one-of-a-kind program that is bringing help and hope to wounded veterans. As the Fund Manager for Operation Mend at UCLA Health, you'll have room to innovate in our quest to grow a program that is making a dramatic difference for veterans. Started in 2007, Operation Mend provides specialty care to gravely wounded warriors who have served since Sept 11. The program has now expanded to include intensive treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Operation Mend covers all medical expenses along with travel and lodging for patients and their family members. In your vital and dynamic role, you'll work under the general supervision of the program manager for UCLA Health Operation Mend and preparare multi-year budgets and expenditure reports for grants and gift proposals for the Katz Center, Operation Mend and Operation Mend's new expansion program with the Wounded Warrior Project. View More >
Under the direction of the Program Director and the Director of Psychological Health Programs, the Intake Coordinator will be supervised daily by the Program Manager of Operation Mend. The incumbent is primarily responsible for identifying potential Operation Mend participants who meet the eligibility requirements for the Operation Mend Program. The individual will participate in all initial conversations with new potential patients, family members, and other referring entities.
They will serve as a liaison between the Operation Mend participants, Operation Mend staff and participant’s local case manager and care providers to ensure continuity of care. Using appropriate screening criteria, incumbent will work with the patient and accompanying family member(s) through intake process. The Operation Mend program serves veterans injured in combat or training while on active duty for any conflict designated by the United States Military. Many of these individuals have served in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation New Dawn (OND) and are suffering from complex physical injuries, traumatic brain injury and/or post-traumatic stress. View More >