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Financial Policy Analyst

Financial Policy Analyst
Organization: 20/20 Vision
Location: Washington, DC
Date Posted: 01/04/2024

About 20/20 Vision
An economic policy research and advocacy firm participating in the national economic
policy-making process. We work with legislators, academics, public interest groups, and
progressive organizations via engagement in economic policy legislative and political
projects with a principal focus on fiscal and financial policy. Archives of the group’s
regular economic and democracy reform policy updates can be found at
www.2020visiondc.org.
The position supports the work of an economic policy research and advocacy firm
participating in the national economic policy-making process, working with legislators,
academics, public interest groups, and progressive organizations via engagement in
economic policy legislative and political projects with a principal focus on financial
policy. Part-time also considered.
The position involves working with a team of writers/researchers on policy products and
projects relating to a range of domestic economic policy issues with an emphasis on
financial policy. The work is a mix of legislative and political projects, offering hands-on
experience collaborating with colleagues and partners, and preparing policy memos for
internal review, and includes various administrative responsibilities.
For reference, the archives of the group’s regular economic policy updates can be
found at 2020visiondc.org.

Tasks/Responsibilities:
● Proactive external advocacy guided by 20/20 Vision internal goals
● Research and writing on a range of financial policy issues
● Assist in production and distribution of a regular newsletter
● Engage in coalition advocacy to promote progressive economic policies
● Administrative tasks such as planning meetings, taking detailed notes, tracking
timelines for projects and specific to-do lists
● Occasional event planning and in-person event attendance
Requirements/Qualifications:
● Hill experience highly preferred; especially relevant committees such as
Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs and House Financial Services
Committee or in the offices of members thereof
● Background in/knowledge of financial issues such as crypto, private equity,
central bank digital currency, housing, education finance, and industrial policy
● Proven experience in policy research
● Knowledge of office management systems and procedures and office
equipment
● Proficiency in MS Office/Google Drive
● Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize work, pay attention to
detail, and troubleshoot problems
● Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills
● Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Public Policy/Politics or a related field
preferred.
Working hours somewhat flexible but generally follow 9-5 and may periodically require
working some nights and weekends. Hourly rate range is from $40 to $55/hour (plus
time and a half overtime for work outside of 9-6, M-F), commensurate with experience.
Time and a half overtime pay for holidays and work done outside the regular work hours
(evening and weekend work). Benefits package includes but is not limited to:
–Health insurance, including COBRA
–14 days paid vacation annually, with rollover ability
–Paid sick leave
–Paid days for recognized holidays
–Paid Family & Medical leave (up to 14 weeks)
–Overtime pay
–Leaves of absence
To Apply
All employee policies are outlined in the provided 20/20 Vision Employee Handbook.
Position is hybrid schedule with in-office meetings near Dupont Circle twice weekly.
To send your resume, please include a cover letter addressing this organization’s
mission and how your qualifications and experience align with the responsibilities
outlined. Please include contact information and relationship for three professional
references and send all to:
[email protected]
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20/20 Vision provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants
for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard
to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected
veteran status, sexual orientation, criminal history, gender identity or expression, or any
other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

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