Policy Intern Public Health Management Corporation - Philadelphia, PA3.6 21 hours agoPart-timeEstimated: $42,000 - $53,000 a year Apply Now Education * Bachelor's Degree Job Overview: The Policy Intern is a part-time position jointly supported by the Research & Evaluation Group and PHMCs Strategy Development department. The Policy Intern will be responsible for: 1) supporting the work of R&E Group Policy Analysts on policy-related research and evaluation projects, 2) supporting the integration of a policy and advocacy agenda into the work of the Pennsylvania Public Health Association (PPHA) and 3) supporting the organization and development of policy-related initiatives in collaboration with various internal and external stakeholders. Initiative areas may include policy research and analysis, drafting of position papers and policy briefs, assisting in administration of policy-related meetings, and cultivating and maintaining effective relationships with researchers, funders, stakeholders, and business partners. The Policy Intern will work closely with R&E Group Policy Analysts, the Senior Director of Strategy Development, and other leadership. The Policy Intern will report to an R&E Group Policy Analyst. Responsibilities: Support legal and policy assessment projects on behalf of government agencies and other funders. Research federal, state, county and city statutes, regulations, and rules related to public health law and policy. Conduct literature reviews of existing policy research. Condense and distill research into formats tailored to a variety of audiences. Assist in developing products that may include reports, policy briefs, position statements, and visual summaries. Assist in coordinating and facilitating meetings, agendas, and trainings, including but not limited to developing content/materials, communicating with speakers/attendees/stakeholders, and coordinating other logistics, as needed. Support the development of grant proposals related to new research and policy analyses. Support communications with PPHA membership that support a policy and advocacy platform. Skills: Strong interpersonal, oral and written communications and problem solving skills. Strong legal and policy research, analysis, and writing skills. Experience: At least one year of professional work experience as well as policy-related experience is preferred. Education Requirement: Bachelors Degree required, and at least one year of graduate-level education is preferred. Salary: Hourly, based on qualifications and experience.