About our Organization: Catalyst for Payment Reform (CPR) is a national non-profit organization on a mission to catalyze private employers, public purchasers and others to implement strategies that produce higher-value health care and improve the functioning of the health care marketplace. Staff typically work from an office in downtown Berkeley, CA three days per week and from home two days per week, though the office is available for use every day and in-office/in-person work may be required more during certain weeks.
Who we’re seeking: We are seeking a project and research assistant to help CPR on a variety of projects designed to arm employers and other purchasers with the tools and information they need to get better value for their health care spending. The position involves collaborating across different small teams at CPR and interacting with external partners and stakeholders. Analytical, highly-organized, self-directed candidates with great communication and teamwork skills and a go-getter attitude will thrive in this position. Through this role, the candidate will have the opportunity to gain deep knowledge about the health care marketplace and be exposed to the nation’s most innovative employers, providers, and payers as well as thought leaders in health care.
About the position: The project and research assistant is a full-time position reporting to CPR’s Executive Director, Suzanne Delbanco, and involves providing support to multiple staff on a project by project basis. The position involves occasional travel one to three times per year.
The project and research assistant will conduct research for a wide variety of projects and presentations, including efforts to analyze state laws and Medicaid contracts and to track the implementation of health care payment reform. In addition, the project and research assistant will support various CPR operations including small working groups of purchasers and communications functions. Specifically, the work involves:
Compensation: Wage is dependent on qualifications, qualifies as exempt, and comes with a competitive benefits package.
How to Apply: Send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Visit our website: www.catalyze.org