What do Health Science Policy Analysts do at CDER?
The duties of a Health Science Policy Analyst at CDER differ by office. Opportunities may include:
- Supporting cross-cutting collaboration and coordination on key Agency activities.
- Researching, analyzing, and developing regulations, policies, and programs involving complex and high-priority matters.
- Ensuring that the regulations, policies, and programs developed in the assigned areas are consistent with statutory requirements and existing policy.
- Ensuring that the need for the regulations, policies, and programs is justified and that adequate scientific and medical assessments and reviews are completed.
- Providing health science and technical expertise and leadership for cross-discipline working groups and assuming primary drafting responsibility for the group work product, including synthesizing input from multiple sources to achieve comprehensive, coherent policy.
- Making presentations that communicate current policy developments at the Agency and serving as a means of eliciting the concerns and criticisms of the regulated industry.
- Providing guidance and/or training to professionals on FDA matters.
Related positions include:
- Science Policy Analyst
- Social Science Analyst
How can I find a Health Science Policy Analyst position at CDER?
Available CDER positions are listed on USAJOBS and under the FDA 21st Century Cures Act Hiring Authority.
- Search USAJOBS by Keyword: CDER. You can filter your search by Agency: Food and Drug Administration and Series: 0601 - General Health Science.
- Visit We Are Hiring | FDA to find a current listing of opportunities utilizing the FDA 21st Century Cures Act Hiring Authority.
Where can I learn more about careers at the FDA?
For general information on working at the FDA and additional employment opportunities, visit: Jobs and Training at FDA.