Want to Work with the TCOM Team?

Join us at the Center for Innovation in Population Health! We are expanding and will soon be accepting applications for various positions.

The Center for Innovation in Population Health is within University of Kentucky’s College of Public Health. Our team provides training, research, and implementation support for organizations that utilize the Transformational Collaborative Outcomes Management (TCOM) framework. This framework is primarily used in systems of care, such as child welfare, behavioral health, juvenile justice, and other complex systems.

Knowledge in the TCOM Tools (Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths [CANS], the Adult Needs and Strengths Assessment [ANSA], and the Family Advocacy and Support Tool [FAST]), will be considered a plus.

The following positions will be made available on University of Kentucky’s Job Postings:

I. Biomedical Data Science Assistant (Lexington, Kentucky based):

The Biomedical Data Science Assistant is responsible for providing data science support on the use of the TCOM Tools (CANS, ANSA, FAST, etc.).

The candidate will be expected to provide innovative translational research support in the implementation and evaluation of children’s systems of care with agencies and jurisdictions in across the globe. The TCOM Tools are multi-purpose tools developed for children’s, adult behavioral health, and family services used to support decision making, including level of care and service planning, to facilitate quality improvement initiatives, and to allow for the monitoring of outcomes of services.

Knowledge of, and experience with R is required, as well as desirable experience in other programming languages such as SAS, Stata, Python, VBA.

II. Post-Doctoral Scholar (Lexington, Kentucky based):

Offers a learning opportunity as a Postdoctoral Scholar to develop a career in person-centered care.

The position will provide scholarly expertise for the implementation of the TCOM framework utilizing the CANS and related TCOM tools within the Center for Innovation in Population Health. The position requires a candidate who can develop and conduct research, manuscript writing, and who can offer analytic and training support for population-based data related to the mission of the Center. The ideal candidate will also have interest and experience in health equity and health disparity issues as well as a demonstrated commitment to social justice and diversity, equity, and inclusion in their work.

III. Assistant Professor level Faculty (Lexington preferred/remote possible):

This Research Title Series position will provide statistical and methodological expertise for the implementation of the TCOM framework utilizing the CANS and related TCOM tools within the Center for Innovation in Population Health. The position requires a candidate with the ability to develop innovative methodological and statistical tools, develop and conduct research, and can offer analytic and training support for population-based data related to the mission of the Center.

The University of Kentucky is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce by ensuring all our students, faculty, and staff work in an environment of openness and acceptance. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strongly encourage veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minorities to consider our employment opportunities.

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