State Policy Analyst, Center for Children and Families
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State Policy Analyst, Center for Children and Families – Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy
The State Policy Analyst works closely with the team of researchers and staff at Georgetown University Center for Children and Families (CCF) to provide technical assistance (TA) to state partner organizations seeking to improve health care coverage for children and families. State partners, including but not limited to child health advocacy groups, look to CCF for technical policy expertise and strategic advice on complex federal and state policy issues.
Duties of the State Policy Analyst include, but are not limited to:
Provide technical assistance (TA) and policy support to state partners
- Provide policy expertise and feedback to state partners on an ongoing basis, with staff teams.
- Respond to and triage requests for TA or policy clarification
- Identify policy themes across states to guide CCF’s collective policy analysis and TA work.
- Organizing and facilitate ongoing TA calls.
- Support and coordinate CCF TA staff to help meet policy and communications needs of state partners
Conduct policy analysis, research, and presentations
- Support research or policy analysis
- Contribute to written products
- Analyze proposed federal regulations and guidance
Assist with planning of CCF annual conference
- Facilitate and execute annual conference agenda development including seeking feedback from state partners
- Organize workshops and invite speakers
A successful candidate will have:
- 3-5 years of experience in health or social policy.
- Master’s Degree in public policy, public health, law, or related field preferred
- Excellent project coordination experience.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well in a dynamic, team environment for a mission-oriented organization.
- Strong writing, editing, and oral communication skills.
- Flexibility, initiative, and a willingness to tackle new projects as they arise.
- Knowledge of health policy, particularly public coverage programs, and state policy-making is preferred.
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Job posted: 2020-06-08