Senior Database Analyst- Psychiatry Mood Disorders
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POST DATE 8/24/2016
END DATE 11/30/2016
UT Soutwestern University Medical Center
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Bachelor's degree in business administration, health care administration, basic science, or computer related field and three (3) years experience in field directly related to type of database maintained, including experience working with and maintaining large complex databases.
Designs, implements, and evaluates existing or new database applications and recommends improvements.
Directs day-to-day operation and utilization of database system, maintaining its integrity, including performance tuning and monitoring, backup, and recovery. Isolates and resolves problems affecting database as whole or in part.
Maintains optimal efficiences in one or more databases.
Installs new database applications, tables, and files.
Cooperates with project leaders and advises on efficient usage of database files.
Performs other duties as assigned.
**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.
The UT Southwestern Center for Depression and Clinical Care (CDRCC), under the leadership of Madhukar H. Trivedi, MD, has been at the forefront of developing treatment standards for depression and bipolar disorder. In addition to examining novel treatment strategies and improving outcomes with the use of systematic, measurement-based care, the CDRCC led the largest study to date examining appropriate treatment sequences for depression. For more than two decades we have researched new models to improve depression treatments, and using that knowledge, we now reach out beyond UT Southwestern to improve the lives of people suffering with depression and mood disorders. The CDRCC continues to develop new clinical programs and cutting-edge research to improve the lives of people living with depression and mood disorders. With the implementation and creation of both our existing and new programs, we aim to boost routine screenings; expand treatments beyond medications, therapy, or TMS; and facilitate communication between primary care and mental health professionals both to increase awareness and prevent depression.
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