Health Science Policy Analyst - OD - DE

This position is closed.



  • Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP)/Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP)
  • Collaborate with scientific staff to meet trans-organizational objectives.
  • Develop approaches to enhance programs and policies supporting an organization's mission.
  • Use performance information to identify program areas in need of improvement.
  • Recommend improvements to health research program operations.
  • Develop and implement strategies to facilitate the use of performance information in decision-making.
  • Prepare and implement action plans to report program performance in meeting legislative, regulatory, or administrative requirements.
  • Conduct analyses to identify areas in need of improvement in health research programs and policies.
  • Review the operations and results of health research programs.
  • Coordinate performance reporting activities for a health research organization.
  • Evaluate the overall effectiveness of health research programs.
  • Develop standards or measures to monitor the progress of health research programs.
  • Develop and implement approaches to assess the performance of health research programs.
  • Track and review performance information of health research programs.
  • Analyze scientific or technical reports for accuracy and completeness.
  • Provide guidance to others on how to comply with policies and procedures related to performance reporting.
  • Ensure performance reports meet specified requirements and are submitted in a timely manner.
  • Write papers, reports or presentations that reflect the organization's position on science policy and performance issues.
  • Write responses to inquiries from senior officials on health research program activities or performance.
  • Write documents that summarize emerging issues related to performance management policies, approaches, or practices.
  • Write briefing materials.
  • Brief senior officials on new legislative, regulatory, or administrative requirements impacting performance reporting.
  • Conduct briefings on health research program performance issues.
  • Make oral presentations on complex or technical information.
  • Monitor internal and external developments to identify emerging issues that may affect organizational performance activities.
  • Identify appropriate actions or policy changes in response to emerging performance issues.
  • Coordinate activities with organizational stakeholders and external oversight entities to achieve organizational objectives.
  • Manage performance information of health research programs through the use of information systems.
  • Provide training and technical assistance to users of information systems for performance reporting.
  • Identify deficiencies in information systems and recommend improvements.
  • Establish collaborative working relationships with scientists, program officials, or science policy personnel.