Coalition members are invited to share their job postings in our Member Updates, as well as on our website. Below are some opportunities to work for our members:

 
 

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (ADR) is seeking a Coordinator of Grassroots Advocacy.

This position provides administrative and technical support for grassroots advocacy operations internally and externally to Academy volunteer leaders and members. The position implements and monitors grassroots activities in coordination with senior staff and prepares accurate and concise documents and reports that summarize strategic measure outcomes. The position requires an understanding of the legislative and regulatory environment, nutrition policy and the Academy’s priority areas.
 
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) is searching for an Advocacy & Training Coordinator that will help provide perspective for logistical and programmatic support for SfN's scientific federal advocacy and training programs, including policy research, coordination to Capitol Hill, and in-person and digital training events.

This Coordinator role is ideal for someone who has a strong interest in life sciences and wants to work towards developing a career in public policy.

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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) seeks an Advocacy & Training Assistant to support federal and grassroots advocacy and scientific training efforts of the SfN Advocacy and Training department. 

The Assistant will support committee activities, provide administrative support to SfN programming such as correspondence and scheduling, and assisting with communication efforts regarding advocacy, policy positions and scientific training initiatives of the Society. This is an ideal role for a candidate with a strong interest in science who is looking to begin their career in advocacy, training, and policy.

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Trust for America's Health (TFAH) seeks a Government Relations Manager to lead the organization's work in behavioral health, including substance misuse and mental health. TFAH is expanding its existing work on opioid misuse to include a wider range of behavioral health issues, with a focus on prevention and advancing the recommendations included in TFAH's report, "Pain in the Nation: The Drug, Alcohol and Suicide Epidemics and the Need for a National Resilience Strategy."

The Government Relations (GR) Manager will work with the GR team to support implementation of TFAH's legislative and regulatory priorities on public health and disease prevention with a focus on behavioral health. 

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The National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO) is seeking a Government and Public Affairs Chief to provide vision and leadership in engaging, serving, and advancing the interests of local health departments through strategic advocacy. 

By increasing awareness and knowledge about the functions of local health departments among policy makers, partners, the media, and the public, and by identifying and acting on opportunities to advance local health department interests, the Chief ensures that those interests are represented effectively and that federal policies affecting local health departments serve their needs to the greatest extent possible.

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March of Dimes is seeking a Director of Federal Affairs to help promote the organization's public policy agenda by directing federal advocacy activities and collaborating with other staff on state issues, and management of a robust volunteer advocacy program. 

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The Epilepsy Foundation of America (EFA) is seeking a Vice President of Government Affairs & Advocacy, who will provide strategic direction of EFA's federal and state government relations, public policy and advocacy functions of the Foundation. The VP will lead the Foundation's strategic efforts to promote federal and state policies and practices to ensure access to care and treatment, to secure & increase federal funding and supports for epilepsy research, public health and government support services, as well as the Foundation's efforts to eliminate legal, regulatory and systemic barriers to full inclusion, equal opportunity and optimal quality of life for all people affected by the condition.

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