Senior Policy Analyst
Senior Policy AnalystRequisition Number:
7P270:Innovation and Population Health CenterWork Location:
Lexington, Ky.Grade Level:
$54,142-89,315/yearType of Position:
StaffPosition Time Status :
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7 yrsRequired License/Registration/Certification:
Must be able to remain in a stationary position for extended periods of time; must be able to operate a computer extensively for four (4) or more hours per day.Shift:
Primarily days Monday – Friday Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Additional hours as needed.Job Summary:
This is a remote work opportunity. Work location is not limited to a particular city or state.
The Center for Innovation in Population Health is seeking a Senior Policy Analyst to serve trainer and consultant in Center. Specifically supporting the National Partnership for Child Safety. The National Partnership for Child Safety (NPCS) is a national quality improvement (QI) collaborative with the mission to improve child safety and prevent child maltreatment-related fatalities by strengthening families and promoting innovations in child protection. Central to this work is the introduction of principles from the sciences of safety, improvement, and implementation.Skills / Knowledge / Abilities:
Experience with system improvement approaches such as lean, six-sigma, or human-centered design.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? :
MSW degree; minimum of seven years of experience facilitating the implementation of child welfare processes, practices, and policymaking that improves outcomes for children, youth, and families.Deadline to Apply:
02/07/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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