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Program & Policy Analyst I at Nemours

Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.

Type: Full-Time
Location: Washington, Washington DC





Job Description:

The Program and Policy Analyst I (PPA I) resides within Nemours National Office of Policy and Prevention, Policy and Advocacy team. The PPA I will report to the Manager of Policy on the Policy and Advocacy team and will be a core member of the team, supporting the goals and priorities of the National Office. The Policy and Advocacy team pursues policy development and advocacy in numerous areas, including, but not limited to, Medicaid, innovative delivery and payment models, mental and behavioral health, issues impacting children's hospitals, health equity, social determinants of health, child poverty, telehealth, health IT, precision medicine, nutrition, childcare, and research.

The PPA I will be responsible for analyzing child health issues and supporting the development and implementation of Nemours federal policy, advocacy and regulatory priorities. The position requires flexibility, and the ability to contribute to multiple projects, think strategically, synthesize information into persuasive policy arguments, and work collaboratively with internal and external partners to achieve a shared vision and goals for complex projects. The PPA I must have excellent research, writing, organization and communication skills. Primary responsibilities of this position include performing research, analysis, and writing on child policy issues. Secondary responsibilities include coordination and support for federal policy activities, communications, and logistical functions for a diverse array of policy and advocacy initiatives. The PPA I will perform the following:


  • Policy, legislative, regulatory and general research, analysis and writing (e.g. issue briefs, backgrounders, profiles, regulatory comments, letters, responses to federal Requests for Information, white papers, profiles, etc.);
  • Internal and external communications support;
  • Preparation of PowerPoints and presentations;
  • Assistance with reporting on key activities; and
  • Support child health policy convenings, briefings, and webinars.
  • Other supporting activities as needed by the team.

Primary Areas of Responsibility
  • Research - Performing research and analysis of child health policy issues, legislation, regulations, and other federal policies.
  • Writing - Drafting and editing various written deliverables including, but not limited to, literature reviews, position papers, policy briefs, articles, backgrounders, summaries, profiles, lessons learned documents, and memos.
  • Communications - Assisting with internal and external communications to summarize and promote the work of the National Office, and potentially assist with drafting social media and other communications. This will include some interactions with external partners on policy issues.
  • Content development - Creating presentations for a variety of audiences with support from supervisor.
  • Meetings and Convenings - Assisting with the planning, organization and execution of meetings, briefings, conferences, events, webinars, and limited logistical support for the federal appropriations process.
  • Continuous Improvement - Assisting in Continuous Improvement projects
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint required.

  • Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in health policy, public policy, public health or related field equired
    • At least 6 months of related experience required. Substantive internships, research assistant positions, and similar roles count towards experience





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