Exciting FUSE Corps fellowship opportunity to work with the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS) to “Utilize Data-Driven Strategies to Improve Client Outcomes.” See this detailed summary of the FUSE Corps fellowship opportunity.
CHHS’s goal is to evolve into a more data-driven agency by better utilizing internal data and analytics to help it make smart decisions and investments that ultimately lead to more effective services for California residents. To accomplish this goal, CHHS will partner with FUSE Corps to host an executive-level Fellow for one year who will help create the infrastructure, processes and approaches for the sustainable collection, use and analysis of data across departments and programs. The Fellow will not only help establish the necessary systems for utilizing data, but will also help transform the Agency’s perception of data by working to educate agency staff about the ability of data to improve services for clients. Ultimately, this shift in culture will benefit the health and wellbeing of the individuals and families served by CHHS and further the Agency’s reputation as a model for innovative thinking among agencies throughout the region and the country.
This fellowship is 12 months and starts October 3, 2016.
FUSE Corps is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that enables local government to more effectively address the biggest challenges facing urban communities. FUSE partners with civic leaders to identify strategic projects and then recruits entrepreneurial professionals to serve in year-long, executive-level fellowships. Fellows work full-time within targeted issue areas such as education, health, poverty, workforce development, and the environment.
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