Careers at BPC
The administrative assistant will provide primary administrative and clerical support to the Energy Project.
The communications director will be responsible for all aspects of the BPC press and public relations efforts will create, develop, and implement a communications strategy for the organization, including its policy projects.
The events assistant is responsible for assisting with the logistics, planning and execution of BPC events in Washington, D.C., and around the country.
The press assistant position will support all functions of a busy press shop, including both digital and traditional media. Candidates should have prior experience on Capitol Hill or in political media, journalism or public relations.
The senior policy analyst is responsible for a broad range of activities within the Health Innovation Initiative, including conducting and synthesizing the results of research on topics associated with health and wellness, community health, health care innovation, medical innovation, and health IT and health care.
The senior policy analyst will work on a broad range of health policy areas related to public and private insurance, including healthcare financing related to Medicare and Medicaid.