Fellows will work closely with Foundation and Coalition Leadership and Staff to support the Social Isolation and Loneliness body of work in various capacities. Fellows must enjoy working in a small but growing office that is results-focused. The ideal candidate will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, have strong written and verbal communication, excellent administrative and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. Working knowledge of the healthcare industry and policy is preferred. Fellows will report to the Executive Director, Jillian Racoosin.
Flexible depending on the applicant’s student enrollment status, with a commitment of 30-40 hours per week; applicants can work remotely and/or in our DC office. We are looking to onboard a Fellow before the end of May.
Fellows will work closely with Foundation and Coalition Leadership and Staff to support the Social Isolation and Loneliness body of work in various capacities. Responsibilities could include, but are not limited to the following:
Fellows would be expected to contribute substantially to our communications strategy across our Social Isolation and Loneliness body of work.
Applicants must have or be currently enrolled in a master’s degree program.
Fellows should expect competitive compensation commensurate with experience and level of coursework. Actively enrolled students can expect school credit, if relevant, in addition or in lieu of financial compensation.
Further, the small size of our office provides many opportunities to work directly with high-level staff, develop relationships, and network in D.C. with important stakeholders in health policy, technology, providers, and payors. Our office is committed to helping our fellows develop their interests and further their careers.
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