Ann Arbor, MI
Industry: Market Research•
5 - 7 years
Posted 382 days ago
Lead Health Program Analyst
Job ID 635-1
Mathematica is a nationally recognized research organization that conducts social policy studies on health care, disability, education, welfare, nutrition, and related topics. We also work with our client agencies to support program administration, operations and performance. Our mission is to improve public well-being by bringing the highest standards of quality, objectivity, and excellence to bear on the work that we do for our clients, which include federal, state, and local government agencies, commercial organizations, and private foundations.
We currently have an opening in our Princeton, Washington DC, Chicago, Ann Arbor, and Woodlawn offices for a Lead Program Analyst in the Health Unit. We offer our employeesa stimulating team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries, and a comprehensive benefits package, as well as the advantages of employee ownership. We provide generous paid time off and an on-site fitness center at most locations.
Lead Program Analysts direct, lead, manage, and support the operations of the projects in Mathematica's Health Unit. They serve in project leadership roles to develop and implement processes and systems that ensure the quality, timeliness, and cost effectiveness of client deliverables. They contribute to the efficient and successful operations of projects, both internal and external, by identifying and designing project and process improvements, leading business development initiatives, developing client reportsand presentations, and managing change. Lead Program Analysts also oversee the workof other systems and programming staff.
While successful Lead Program Analysts fill a broad array of roles and there is no "typical" Lead Program Analyst at Mathematica, this position is not primarily a research, programming, or asystems engineering position. Rather, it is an operations, management, and leadership position that requires the ability to understand client needs, build and mentor teams to meet those needs, and solve a wide variety internal and external problems by deploying the Lead Program Analyst's full range of interpersonal skills and technical expertise. Regardless of their specific role on any given project, programanalysts are expected to be leaders both within the context of their project work and across the company.
The position responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following tasks: