Policy Associate

The Georgetown University Center for Children and Families (CCF) is a nonpartisan policy and research center founded in 2005 with a mission to support access to high-quality, comprehensive and affordable health coverage for all of America’s children and families.

Job Overview

The Policy Associate provides research and administrative support to the work of CCF and administrative, research and scheduling support to the Executive Director of the Center for Children and Families. In their role, they necessarily apply their high level of competence and commitment, interest in health policy, and a wide range of skills in administration, communications, and administrative management skills.

As well, they play a key role in organizing CCF’s annual conference and maintaining its mailing lists.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Center Operations & Event Coordination

  • Serve as lead organizational person
  • Provide meeting and conference logistical support
  • Maintain the master calendar and filing systems
  • Provide general office support
  • Coordinate CCF’s annual conference held in July as a partner of a 2-person team

Administrative Support for Executive Director

  • Prepare slide presentations and provides other administrative support
  • Schedule and coordinate meetings and travel

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Graduate Research Summer Intern

The Center for Children and Families (CCF) is seeking a candidate with strong skills in research and writing to serve as an intern for 20+ hours per week (specific hours to be determined based on student availability, but will be between the hours of 9am-5pm Monday through Friday).

The intern will:

  • Provide research support for projects, including written reports, presentations, and policy analysis, undertaken by CCF;
  • Assist in compiling and quality-checking state and federal data for web-based resources, tools, and visualizations;
  • Help to gather data from federal sources and survey datasets, such as the American Community Survey;
  • Assist in monitoring state legislative and administrative activities in relation to child and family health coverage;
  • Provide assistance on research topics related to CHIP;
  • Provide support for administrative tasks, as needed.

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