Title: Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy
Reports to: Director, Roe Institute
Job Summary: The Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy is a key member of the Heritage Foundation’s regulatory policy team. Drawing from practical experience, this person will not only provide sophisticated regulatory policy analysis but help drive implementation. Working with the department’s economic experts, the Research Fellow must meld the technical and legal processes associated with regulatory actions with their economic impact. An enthusiastic collaborator will excel in this position as regulation is a key aspect to much of the organization’s research activity. In addition to published work, he/she is expected to advance Heritage priorities through testifying before Congress, conducting media interviews, and participating in major public functions and professional conferences related to regulatory policy.
Education: Ph.D. or the acquisition of equivalent level of technical and research skills
Experience: 10 or more years of experience in the public policy field; strong body of public policy publications, including several scholarly or professional publications.
Communications: Accomplished writer and influential public speaker; able to communicate policy positions in multiple media
Achievement: Demonstrated ongoing ability to achieve decisive changes in public policy.