Duke-Margolis Career Opportunities
Do you want to be part of health policy in action? Do you want to work on the leading health policy issues confronting cities, states, the nation, and the globe? Do you want to work for a historic, world renowned university that values its faculty, educators and students? How about a competitive salary with robust benefits? The Duke-Margolis team is a dynamic, high impact national leader in leveraging policy to ensure high quality, affordable care for all.
In our work, Duke-Margolis addresses critical health policy challenges and delivers practical, innovative, and evidence-based solutions to improve health and the value of health care. The interdisciplinary nature of Duke-Margolis brings together policy experts, researchers, health care professionals, and students from across Duke’s schools of medicine, nursing, law, public policy, business, and engineering, and fosters extensive relationships with and engagement of key stakeholders. These relationships span foundations, private sector organizations, state and federal governments, and global entities. The Center fosters excellence, leadership, and scholarship at every level.
A complete list of open positions can be found below. Is today the day you take your first step toward joining the Duke-Margolis team? We are waiting for you…
Duke-Margolis is recruiting for the following positions:
Focus: Health Care Delivery and Payment Reform at the State and National Level
Location: Hybrid (In-person/Remote) in Washington, DC or Durham, NC
Duke-Margolis has an opening for a Data Analyst Programmer II to provide data management and analysis to Center projects on varying topics, with a focus on health care delivery and payment reform at the state and national level. The individual in this role may collaborate on projects spanning a broad range of topics, including health system resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic, uptake and implementation of value-based care models, and supporting states’ health care transformation efforts.
Focus: Antimicrobial Resistance
Location: Washington, DC
This position performs a variety of complex activities in research, writing, and analysis of quantitative and/or qualitative data within the scope of research and policy projects focused on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at Duke University. The specific topics within antimicrobial resistance vary, but may include policy proposals, innovative payment models, and incentives for antimicrobial product development and availability. Primary responsibilities include conducting health policy-focused background research; drafting summary documents; performing literature reviews; extensive writing for a range of deliverable types (e.g., policy briefs, white papers, blog posts, peer-reviewed publications); and supporting planning and preparation for Center events, public/private convening, and other project activities through both content development and project/ logistics coordination.
Location: Washington, DC or Durham, NC
This position manages the day-to-day execution of complex Duke-Margolis research and policy projects and provides significant subject matter expertise within specific areas of health policy. In this content and project management-focused role, the Research Associate produces high-quality work products independently, demonstrates technical leadership and collaboration with other team members, and delegates project activities while consistently meeting internal and contractual deadlines. Primary responsibilities include managing Center events and convenings; management of complex research and policy activities to achieve project objectives; researching and analyzing complex health policy-focused topics, including conducting background research; drafting written products including summary documents, blog posts, peer-reviewed publications, and policy briefs; and effectively engaging policymakers and other external stakeholders.
Focus: North Carolina Health CareTransformation Initiatives
Location: Durham, NC
This position will support Duke-Margolis projects with a variety of complex activities in research, writing, and analysis of quantitative and/or qualitative data within the scope of research and policy projects at Duke University. Primary responsibilities include conducting health policy-focused background research, drafting summary documents, performing literature reviews, contributing to a range of written deliverable types (e.g., policy briefs, white papers, blog posts, peer-reviewed publications), and supporting Center events and convening. This will include support for project activities through coordination and logistics management.