The Judicial Council's Center for Families, Children, and the Courts (CFCC) is seeking a supervisor to lead our quantitative analysis team and lead innovations in business analytics and digital services. We are looking for someone who can apply skills as a methodologist, statistician, and data scientist to advance CFCC’s mission to improve access and services for court programs in 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.

Skills and responsibilities

·         Manage a portfolio of data analytics projects running on a Qualtrics Platform:
o   Supervise quantitative projects mandated by Family Code 1850 and the AB1058 Child Support program;
o   Serve as liaison to the Executive Office and other office programs involved in the development and implemention of data analytics;
o   Support a systemic approach to the study of performance metrics and outcomes across services supported by CFCC.
·         Multidisciplinary research: 
o   Provide consultation to quantitative research projects in other CFCC units that require professional expertise in sampling and inclusion of under-studied populations, research design, data quality assurance, database design and management, statistical analyis; interpretation and application of research findings;
o   Present quantitative information using data visualization, dashboards, and other methods for communicating quantitative information to the courts and the public;
o   Apply research industry standards, best practices, emerging methods and technologies. 

·         Promote digital solutions and coordinate them across program areas:  
o   Migrate existing data collection and paper processes to digital platforms;
o   Act as a liaison to other program areas to promote sharing of ideas and collaboration.
·         Assume the full spectrum of supervisory duties for the data analytics unit:
o   Responsible for recruitment, onboarding, ongoing training and staff development and corrective action and, as necessary, corrective action;
o   Manage staff assignments, timelines, and budgets.
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.



  • Location:
    San Francisco
  • Salary:
    , Monthly Salary Range
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Minimum qualifications

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.

Preferred 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.