JOB TITLE: Supervising Analyst
 LOCATION: San Francisco, CA 

 The Judicial Council's Center for Families, Children, and the Courts (CFCC) is seeking a Supervising Research Analyst to develop and oversee projects in data analytics, digital services, and multidisciplinary research. CFCC serves the courts and the public in core areas of Access and Fairness, Self-Help, Access to Visitation, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Family Court Services, Child Support, Collaborative Justice Courts, Mental Health, Juvenile Dependency, Juvenile Justice, and Tribal Court-State Court issues.

 The incumbent will manage an updated office-wide portfolio for data analytics; supervise quantitative projects mandated by Family Code 1850 and the AB1058 Child Support program; and supervise or consult to quantitiative projects on the annual agendas of Judicial Council Advisory Committees staffed by CFCC. Many of these projects re quire program performance metrics. The incumbent acts as liaison to data analytics and research projects in other areas, including agency-wide digital services development, that require subject matter expertise and quantitative expertise in CFCC substantive areas. The incumbent will also advanced and innovative quantitative and qualitative analysis for CFCC, including grant funding allocation and forecasting models, data visualization, dashboarding, and data management and exchange.

• Manage a portfolio of quantitative projects, tracking staff assignments, timelines, and budgets;
• Provide subject matter expertise in CFCC core service areas as well as expertise in methods for 
 sampling and inclusion of under-studied populations, research design, data quality assurance, 
 database design and management, advanced statistical analyis; interpretation and application of 
 research findings;
• Advise and coordinate data analytics across CFCC, and serve as liaison to Executive Office and other 
 office programs involved in the development and implemention of data analytics;
• Present quantitative information using data visualization, dashboards, and other current communication
• Apply research industry standards, best practices, emerging methods and technologies; 
• Oversee and consult on multidisciplinary research issues, policies, operational practices, technical
 assistance and advice to courts that require a coordinated response among units;
• Build and maintain relationships with courts, internal and external stakeholders; 
• Prioritize digital solutions and coordinate them across CFCC program areas. Migrate existing data 
 collection and paper processes by using digital platforms;
• Maintain a uniform statistical reporting system including but not limited to a survey of child custody
• Respond to information requests from the courts and justice system partners;

• Support a systemic approach to the study of performance metrics and outcomes across services
 supported by CFCC.

 Other Duties and Responsibilities 

• Participate in weekly meetings of CFCC Management team, monthly CFCC staff meeting, and quarterly
 divisional coordination meeting for JCC research staff.
• On an as-needed basis, provide CFCC research subject matter expertise to Judicial Council projects on
 workload assessment, statewide statistical reporting, and standard measures of judicial administration.

 Minimum Qualifications
 Bachelor's degree, and five (5) years of professional, exempt-level analytical or managerial experience in program analysis, implementation, research and/or evaluation which includes one (1) year of supervisory experience. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. 


 Two years as a Senior Analyst, in the assigned field, with the Judicial Council of California or two years of experience performing the duties of a class comparable in the level of responsibility to that of a Senior Analyst in a California state government entity and a) completion of training courses on topics related to effective supervision within 6 months of promotion; or b) one year of previous supervisory experience.

 Licenses and Certificates: 

 Desirable Qualifications:
 Research experience in issues in family law and family court operations. Masters Degree or higher in quantitative social science; Statistical programming and graphics using R; experience with complex statistical analysis; "big data" management methods; machine learning; data visualization; user experience and human centered design; quantitative information delivery through websites and mobile platforms; demonstrated ability to present technical information in an accessible manner to diverse audiences.

 Please note: If you are selected for hire, verification of employment eligibility or authorization to work in the United States will be required.

 To ensure consideration of your application for the earliest round of interviews, please apply by 5:00 P.M. on Friday, June 1, 2018. This position requires the submission of our official application, response to the supplemental questions, and a resume to be considered for the job. 
 To complete an online application, please click the APPLY NOW button. 

 OR visit:
 Judicial Council of California
 Human Resources
 455 Golden Gate Avenue, 5th Floor
 San Francisco, California 94102-3688
 415-865-4272 Telecommunications Device for the Deaf

 Please refer to "Supervising Analyst, Job Opening # 4679" on your application materials and all correspondence.
 The Judicial Council provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities who request such accommodation. Reasonable accommodation needs should be requested through Human Resources at (415)865-4260.

 Monthly Salary Range: $6,992 - $10,488

 Some highlights of our benefits package include:

• Health/Dental/Vision benefits program
• 13 paid holidays per calendar year
• Choice of Annual Leave or Sick/Vacation Leave
• 1 personal holiday per year
• $130 transit pass subsidy per month
• Pre-Tax Parking Savings Program
• CalPERS Retirement Plan
• 401 (k) and 457 deferred compensation plans
• Employee Assistance Program
• Basic Life and AD&D Insurance
• FlexElect Program
• Long Term Care Disability (employee paid/optional)
• Group Legal Plan (employee paid/optional)

 The Judicial Council of California Is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 Supplemental Questionnaire
 Supervising Analyst
 Job Opening # 4679

 To better assess the qualifications of each applicant, we will review your responses to the following questions. For the experience you describe, please indicate for which employer or degree program you performed these functions. Your answers to question 1 and 2 should not exceed a total of three pages.

 1. Describe the skills you would bring to research that informs services to California court users in CFCC core areas (e.g. subject matter expertise, understanding disproportionality, research on understudied populations, unique regional characteristics that affect program delivery, assessing program impact across diverse users, projecting needs based on population growth estimates, cost/benefit analysis or other applicable skills in government intramural quantitative work).

 2. Describe the skills that you would bring to the design and implementation of digital services for court users and/or judicial officers, court personnel, attorneys or service providers.

 Writing Sample

 Please provide a research-based article or report that is a good example of your quantitative and writing skills.


  • Location:
    San Francisco
  • Salary:
    , Starting salary will be $6,992 per month
  • Deadline:


Minimum qualifications