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Health Policy Director

Health Policy Director
Organization: National Center for Health Research
Location: Washington, DC
Date Posted: 02/07/2024

Terrific opportunity for former Capitol Hill staffer who wants to influence health policy and the quality of medical care while working more reasonable hours!


  • Must have experience working on Capitol Hill or directly with Hill staff.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Minimum one year of experience on Capitol Hill on health issues with HELP, Finance, Ways and Means, or Energy & Commerce staff (preferably 2+ recent years).
  • Educational background in medicine, health policy, or public health.

Application Details: Apply now for a position beginning in February. Send a resume and cover letter explaining how your experience fits with our work and including your available start date and salary requirements to [email protected].

About Us: The National Center for Health Research is a nonprofit public health think tank that conducts research, analyzes evidence, works with experts in the field as well as patient advocates, and explains the implications and ramifications of health-related policies to policy makers and their staff, the media, and the public. We do not accept funding from pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies, or chemical companies. For more information about our Center, see and For more information about our policy work, see the policy and media sections of those websites. Our office is in Washington, DC next to Farragut Square, convenient to red, orange, blue and silver metro lines. We are working in the office 2-3 days/week.

Benefits: Excellent benefits and salary commensurate with experience and relevant skills.

Note: No calls please.

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