The Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University 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.
All interested external candidates must apply through the Georgia State University Human Resources website.
The marketing specialist supports GHPC’s communications and marketing team in the overall marketing strategy for the center including branding, public relations, digital strategy, collateral development, outreach, and internal communications. The marketing specialist must demonstrate the ability to strategically collaborate and communicate with center leadership and external partners. This is an Atlanta-based position.
The research associate II (RA II), generally, is a contributing member of multiple research, technical assistance, policy development, and programmatic teams depending on scope of work. This RA II will support projects that focus on aligning health care, public health, and social services and a project that addresses the triple crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, economic recession, and systemic racism. This is an Atlanta-based position.
The research associate II (RA II), is a contributing member of multiple research, technical assistance, policy development, and programmatic teams depending on scope of work. This RA II will work primarily on projects within the long-term services and supports portfolio. This is an Atlanta-based position.
The Research Associate II (RA II) is a contributing member of the Community Health Systems Development (CHSD) team, which provides a broad range of technical assistance to communities as they implement health improvement initiatives and build locally and regionally integrated health systems. Essential to the success of this position is the ability to build positive relationships with representatives of grantee organizations and their partners. This position may require extensive national travel at certain times of the year. This is an Atlanta-based position.