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J.D. Hep C Associate
The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law seeks a candidate to serve as an O’Neill Institute Associate to work on health law and policy projects related to Hepatitis C.
The O’Neill Institute is housed at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC. More information about the O’Neill Institute can be found at www.oneillinstitute.org.
The Associate is based at the Law Center and will report to the O’Neill Institute Program Director for the National HIV/AIDS Initiative. Associates work on legal policy projects including researching and drafting white papers, organizing research colloquia, expert meetings, coordinating interdisciplinary research teams, and grant writing. Associate positions are for one year with possible renewal. Associates will receive a competitive salary with outstanding benefits. Candidates should have a J.D. degree and outstanding research and writing skills. Candidates with advanced training in public health are preferred. They should also have experience in areas such as public health law and financing, health reform and healthcare systems (U.S. and comparative), and food and drug law. For the Hepatitis C Associate, a past history of work on Hepatitis policy issues, other infectious diseases, and knowledge of US health care programs and systems is preferred.
Applications should be submitted electronically via the O’Neill Institute website and should include: resume, cover letter, writing sample, professional references (list and contact information only, no letters of recommendation please), unofficial law school transcript (an official transcript will be required if an offer is made), and other graduate school transcripts (if applicable). The application deadline is August 31, 2015. Any questions about the position should be directed to email@example.com.
Georgetown University provides equal opportunity in employment for all persons, and prohibits unlawful discrimination and harassment in all aspects of employment because of age, color, disability, family responsibilities, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, matriculation, national origin, personal appearance, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran’s status or any other factor prohibited by law.Tags: Hepatitis C