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Employment

Georgia Health Policy Center is an exciting place to work. The fast-paced environment allows staff to work across a gamut of health policy issues and in a variety of different ways. From facilitation to data analysis, the center provides its employees opportunities to advance knowledge and practice through their work.

The Georgia Health Policy Center is in long-lasting relationship with decision makers at the local, state and national policy making levels. These relationships create a natural learning lab for research, which the center offers to AYS and GSU faculty and students.

The Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC) is currently seeking a Research Associate I for the Georgia Center of Excellence in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (COE) team. The RA I will be a contributing member of multiple research, technical assistance, policy development, and programmatic teams. The RA I will provide research and project support that contributes to a scientifically sound background for center activities. Additionally, the RA I will coordinate special projects as assigned by senior staff; facilitate meetings; assist in the development of grants; and assist in the preparation, coordination, and dissemination of various GHPC communication materials. It is expected that the candidate will have knowledge of government or public policy analysis, research/evaluation experience, and interest in conducting interviews utilizing a standard protocol. The position requires experience in child and adolescent behavioral health. For more information on the position and how to apply, visit the Georgia State University Human Resources website.

The Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC) is currently seeking a Research Associate I focusing on aging, disability, and long-term services and supports. The RA I will be a contributing member of multiple research, technical assistance, policy development, and programmatic teams. The RA I will provide research and project support that contributes to a scientifically sound background for center activities. Additionally, the RA I will coordinate special projects as assigned by senior staff; facilitate meetings; assist in the development of grants; and assist in the preparation, coordination, and dissemination of various GHPC communication materials. It is expected that the candidate will have knowledge of government or public policy analysis, research/evaluation experience, and interest in conducting interviews utilizing a standard protocol. This position requires the candidate have experience in aging, disability, and/or long-term care with in-state travel up to 50% of the time. For more information on the position and how to apply, visit the Georgia State University Human Resources website.

Both positions are listed as job vacancy #14000321 Sponsor Funded Professional Research Associate I on the Georgia State HR website. On the application, the candidate should indicate the position they are applying for (Long-Term Care or Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health).

Please continue to visit this page and the Georgia State University Human Resources website for future opportunities.