Research Fellow – Focus on Private Health Insurance Regulation
The Georgetown University Health Policy Institute, Center on Health Insurance Reforms (CHIR), is seeking a Research Fellow to support an ongoing project focused on the regulation of private health insurance. The Research Fellow will be responsible for conducting systematic monitoring and analysis of federal and state action related to the regulation of private health insurance, including legislation, regulations and sub-regulatory guidance. The Research Fellow also will be responsible for conducting outreach to state and federal regulators to support their research as well as research projects managed by senior faculty. These outreach activities will include providing support for research interviews of state and federal regulators. The Research Fellow will use the information collected from research and interviews to draft data summaries and blog posts, and to support issue briefs to inform policymakers, media, and other stakeholders.
Candidates must have a demonstrable understanding of current issues related to the regulation of private health insurance, including the Affordable Care Act. Job responsibilities are predominately research-based. Candidates must be detail oriented, able to work independently, and demonstrate strong analytical, organizational, and writing skills.
A minimum of one year of professional health policy experience is strongly preferred. A law degree or relevant graduate degree is required.
Please send a cover letter, resume, names of three references, and a writing sample to Kevin Lucia at firstname.lastname@example.org and Justin Giovannelli at Justin.Giovannelli@georgetown.edu. Please include “Research Fellow - Private Health Insurance” in the subject line.