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Position Announcement: Outreach Strategist and Policy Analyst

Join Our Team: The Missouri Budget Project (MBP) is now accepting applications for a full-time Outreach Strategist and Policy Analyst. This position will contribute to our outreach and research on a variety of policies to expand economic opportunity and promote well-being in order to ensure that every Missourian has the opportunity to thrive. MBP seeks to expand the diversity of voices in state policy debates by identifying highly motivated candidates who have experience with communities that are traditionally underrepresented. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning 1/31 with anticipated start date of Winter-Spring 2024.

About the Missouri Budget Project: The Missouri Budget Project is an independent, statewide public policy and advocacy organization focused on improving the quality of life for all Missourians by informing public policy decisions through objective research and analysis of state budget, tax, health, and economic issues. Through high quality research, strategic communications, outreach and coalition building and advocacy, Missouri Budget Project advances public policies that promote equity and create the foundation upon which all Missourians can thrive. The Missouri Budget Project serves a unique role in Missouri’s advocacy community by providing timely, independent fiscal and economic analysis of the key issues facing Missourians.

The Missouri Budget Project values diversity and strongly encourages women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, and people from other historically underrepresented groups to apply.

Position Overview: This position is full-time, will report to MBP’s Research Director, and ideally begins in the Winter or Spring of 2024. MBP may consider applicants interested in a two-year fellowship position for qualified candidates. Candidates residing in all areas of Missouri are encouraged to apply.

The Outreach Strategist and Policy Analyst will conduct outreach to and build partnerships with ethnically, racially and economically diverse community organizations across Missouri and assist in the production of timely, accessible, and credible research and analysis on state budget, tax, health and economic issues in order to advance MBP’s policy agenda.

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