INARF Hiring: Public Policy Analyst
INARF is the principal membership organization in Indiana representing providers of services to people with disabilities. Our members serve over 50,000 Indiana citizens annually and employ nearly 15,000 workers. For over 45 years, INARF has maintained positive work relationships with governmental agencies responsible for human service programs, promoted networking and professional development opportunities for members, and provided leadership and support in the promotion of quality programs for persons with disabilities. INARF is committed to strengthening the system of services and supports for Hoosiers with disabilities.
INARF is seeking a smart, organized, and motivated professional to support the Association’s public policy strategies and promote awareness for member organizations that serve Hoosiers with disabilities. Successful candidates will have demonstrated interest and competency in researching, understanding, and communicating about regulatory and legislative matters. Aptitude for data analysis, multi-tasking, keen writing skills, and ability to thrive in a fast-paced collaborative environment a must. Additional requirements include project management experience, being detail oriented, and a Bachelors’ degree is preferred with three years’ experience. Competitive salary and excellent benefits available.
In coordination with the Public Policy team, this position will lead and provide coordination and support for multiple priorities related to the organization’s governmental affairs, public policy, and advocacy initiatives.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
INARF currently offers employees the following:
$51,000 - $55,000
More About Our Membership and Our Team
Our membership is made up of two types of members: Organizational (providers) and Associate (companies providing a product or service to the Organizational members). There are currently 65 Organizational members and 33 Associate members. Our three founding pillars are: Development – we provide opportunities for professional development for members’ staff, Advocacy – we advocate on their behalf with FSSA and the General Assembly regarding how services are provided, and Unity – we foster networking and collaboration opportunities to ensure a collective voice for the industry.
Our 12 employees support four primary areas: Public Policy, Member Services, Ability Indiana, and Operations. We work to influence the disabilities services industry by presenting a unified voice and by building the capabilities of member agencies to deliver quality services and supports.
Interested persons should forward their resume and salary requirements to Barb Young at email@example.com by close of business Monday, April 11, 2022.
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