JOB POSTING: Policy Analyst at UNOS, Richmond

Feb 16 2012 - 11:51am

Position: Policy Analyst
Organization: United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), Richmond
Contact: See posting to apply online.

"The Policy Department seeks a Policy Analyst to assist the Director of Policy regarding the support of OPTN Committees in their development, implementation, and post-implementation evaluation of national transplantation policies. Four-year degree is required. Graduate degree in public policy, law, health policy, health care administration, public administration, political science, or related field preferred. One to two years minimum progressively responsible work experience in public policy or policy development is highly desired. Policy experience at the federal, state, or healthcare organization level is preferred. Experience in transplantation, healthcare, or health research is valued. Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills required. Quality writing skill required. Excellent project management skills are required. Computer proficiency is also required with a particular competency using Microsoft Office products, including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Project, SharePoint, and Live Meeting. Some overnight travel required."


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