Database Manager and Programmer

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UCLA Health
February 2, 2021
Los Angeles, California
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Database Manager and Programmer


Summary Information
Posting Category:
Information Technology
Work Location:
USLos Angeles, CA
UCLA Title: 0738
Job #: 12039
Work Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Job Type: career
Duration: Indef
Salary Range:
$6334.00 – $12516.00 Monthly
Layoff Referral Deadline:
Bargaining Unit:
Posted Date:
February 2, 2021


You can provide the tools necessary to deliver cutting-edge health care and groundbreaking research. As part of our Information Technology team, you’ll ensure that our medical professionals have access to the latest breakthroughs in technology, and you’ll play a key role in protecting our global patient community.









  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering (or related) OR 3 years relevant experience and education
  • Working knowledge of Hoffman Cloud, Machine Learning and Digital Imaging Processing
  • Experience training, managing, and monitoring research staff
  • 5+ years as a PI or Co-PI in academic peer-reviewed papers, actively involved with experimental design, data analysis and interpretation
  • Data Science Certification
  • Working knowledge of Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems, including ability to learn new applications quickly and independently and teach others
  • Expert knowledge of Microsoft Office Excel, PowerPoint, and Word, and a graphics program such as CorelDraw or Adobe Photoshop
  • Detailed knowledge of high level programming and statistical programming languages (C#, Java, Perl, Python, R, and STATA); Object-Oriented Programming and Design techniques and how to apply them in practice; web programming, including, but not limited to: PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS; and web standards to produce well-structured, secure, and accessible web applications
  • Experience developing applications with relational database and data access; SQL
  • Ability to write code that is easily maintainable, and meets user and departmental specifications
  • Moderate to advanced knowledge of statistics
  • Working knowledge of open-source web application Jupyter Notebooks


  • Previous clinical research experience
  • Any of the following is a plus: familiarity with the basic terminology of Ophthalmology and the devices used to collect clinical data about glaucoma; previous publications; knowledge of EndNotes, FileMaker Pro, or Adobe Acrobat; and knowledge of artificial intelligence, neural networks, or fuzzy logic


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