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Open Positions

 

The LC is seeking a Senior Program Officer to help conduct projects and research on pressing health policy problems. This person will have a Master鈥檚 or Doctoral-level degree with six years of experience honing knowledge and skills in synthesizing complex information to facilitate collaborative leadership for progress. The Senior Program Officer must have a keen sense of strategic decision-making, excellent interpersonal skills, exceptional writing abilities, familiarity with compelling issues in health and health science and technology policy, and have a strong comfort level working in a fast-paced collaborative environment. The incumbent will direct, develop, and manage one or more of the organization’s projects, activities, and programs with minimal oversight. Incumbent applies in-depth professional-level knowledge and principles of health, health care, and biomedical science to foster collaboration and solve independently a full range of complex problems. The work is primarily intellectual, analytical, and managerial in character, requiring advanced knowledge. Assignments are broadly defined and require judgment and creativity to complete. The Senior Program Officer has authority to take whatever action deemed advisable or necessary and is often responsible for oversight or management of other staff. The Senior Program Officer will work closely with the Director and staff within the Leadership Consortium.
Minimum Education and Experience: Master’s degree in a related field or equivalent knowledge. Six years of related professional experience, two of which involve supervisory responsibilities.
Preferred Education and Experience: Ph.D. in a related field preferred.
Compensation: $85,040 – $106,300

 

The LC is seeking a Program Officer to help conduct projects and research on pressing health policy problems, particularly related to financial incentives that reward the whole person and whole population health and health care. This person will have a Master鈥檚 level degree with three years of experience honing knowledge and skills in synthesizing complex information to facilitate collaborative leadership for progress. The Program Officer must have a keen sense of strategic decision-making, excellent interpersonal skills, exceptional writing abilities, familiarity with compelling issues in health policy, and a strong comfort level working in a fast-paced collaborative environment. The incumbent will help to manage one or more of the organization’s projects, activities, and programs within the Value Incentives and Systems portfolio with minimal oversight. Incumbent applies in-depth professional-level knowledge and principles of health, health care, and biomedical science to foster collaboration and solve independently a full range of complex problems. The work is primarily intellectual, analytical, and managerial in character, requiring advanced knowledge. Assignments are broadly defined and require judgment, creativity, and flexibility to complete. The Program Officer will work closely with the Director, Senior Program Officer, and staff within the Leadership Consortium.
Minimum Education and Experience: Master’s degree in a related field or equivalent knowledge. Three years of related professional experience.
Compensation: $85,040 – $106,300

Open Fellowships

The NAM has several fellowship and leadership programs. None are currently accepting applications.

Please visit the Health Policy Fellowships and Leadership Programs page to learn more.

Current Award Opportunities

The NAM presents awards annually to recognize singular individuals in the fields of health, medicine, and science. None are currently accepting nominations.

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