Genentech Washington DC Intern - Government Affairs - Public Policy & Reimbursement in Washington DC, District Of Columbia
Washington DC Intern - Government Affairs - Public Policy & Reimbursement
District of Columbia, United States of America
Job ID: 201902-104669
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Start date: Summer 2019
Length: 10-12 weeks
The job responsibilities of a US Policy Team DC Summer Intern relate to three key objectives of the Public Policy & Reimbursement Team: 1) policy analysis and support; 2) creation of deliverables associated with federal and state public policies or as required for necessary internal and external communication and education; and 3) advocacy with industry trade associations (BIO/PhRMA) and other important stakeholders (e.g., patient coalitions/advocacy organizations, provider organizations).
This is a full-time, paid internship opportunity in Washington, DC. Specifically, a USP Team DC Summer Intern will:
Provide support on public policy (federal, state, brand/therapeutic area) and government affairs matters consistent with Genentech’s legislative and regulatory policy priorities, including but not limited to Medicare and Medicaid policies, drug pricing, 340B, value based payment arrangements, and other issues impacting patient and provider access to Genentech medicines;
Specific policy issues for Summer 2018:
Federal Medicare Rulemaking: Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) & Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment Schedule (OPPS).
State Legislation: Ongoing drug pricing, marketing/manufacturer restrictions, and patient access bills; analysis of 2018 enacted legislation and trends.
Create materials related to aforementioned public policy issues, or other assigned topics, including but not limited to fact sheets/one pagers, PowerPoint slides, rationale/argument documents;
Provide data analysis and synthesis to support engagement on priority public policy issues, including development of appropriate materials (e.g., fact sheets);
Represent USP-PPR Team in internal cross-functional workgroups and/or external coalitions and trade association meetings/conferences, as requested;
Create and deliver presentations to internal and external audiences, as requested; and,
Support other teams/departments in Government Affairs, as requested/needed.
Master’s Degree or Law Degree student preferred, 3.0 GPA or higher required.
Prior professional work experience required.
Prior experience in health policy or health care desired, but not required.
Public policy (state or federal) coursework and/or experience preferred.
?Successful candidates will exhibit the following GNE Core Competencies:
Expresses ideas fluently and eloquently
Is open to the input of others
Can be depended on to tell the truth regardless of circumstances
Teamwork & Collaboration
Addresses and resolves conflict by creating an atmosphere of openness and trust
Establishes strong collaborative relationships
Inspires others to do their best work by offering support and encouragement
Consistently generates new ideas
Leverages the unique talents and viewpoints of others
Seeks new opportunities and tries new approaches
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