CRS SEEKS TWO ANALYSTS IN HEALTH CARE FINANCING AND INSURANCE

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    Celia Mendive
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    The Congressional Research Service (CRS), Domestic Social Policy Division is seeking two Analysts in Health Care Financing and Insurance to work on issues related to private health insurance and/or one or more of the three federal health programs — Medicaid, Medicare, and CHIP. Analysis of proposals for health care reform are expected to be a critical element of both positions.

    GS-14 ($102,721-$133,543)
    The analyst provides objective, expert public policy analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff, including preparing objective, non-partisan, and innovative analytical studies on public policy issues of national or international significance; provides personal assistance as an expert on public policy issues throughout the legislative process, including analyzing, appraising, and evaluating legislative proposals; and participating in multi-disciplinary team research projects and seminars. Vacancy# 09021. Deadline to apply: September 29, 2009.

    GS-11 ($60, 989-$79,280)
    The analyst locates and interprets factual information; conducts research; prepares objective, non-partisan descriptive, background, and analytical reports; and participates in team research projects and seminars. The analyst is also expected to develop over time the skills necessary to provide public policy and legislative analysis and consultation to congressional committees, Members, and staff at increasingly sophisticated levels. Vacancy# 090203. Deadline to apply: October 1, 2009.

    Please apply online at: http://www.loc.gov/crsinfo. If you are unable to apply online, please call 202.707.5627 to request an applicant job kit and refer to the appropriate vacancy number. The Congressional Research Service, within the Library of Congress, is part of the Legislative Branch of the Federal government. As such, all positions are in the excepted service.

    CRS is the public policy research arm of the United States Congress and is fully committed to workforce diversity.

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