The average salary of a(n) Policy Analyst Social Policy in Atlanta, Georgia is $57,432.
The average hourly rate of a(n) Policy Analyst Social Policy in Atlanta, Georgia is $27.61.
The average bonus of a(n) Policy Analyst Social Policy in Atlanta, Georgia is $1,183.00.
Provides analytical support and conducts quantitative and qualitative research, working on the broad range of topics covered under social policy initiatives that cover each sector of society, including Federal, State, and local government, employers, individuals, and civil society. Conducts critical research on various approaches to social policy in developing entities from organizations to countries. Evaluates academic literature and economic data. Performs analyses of policy proposals, and participates in policy design efforts, organizing principles and detailed policy proposals. Consults with and assists congressional committees, members, staff, and/or other policy makers with consideration of legislative social policy issues by providing information and analysis and applying professional subject-area knowledge. Participates in planning, organizing, and coordinating group research and analysis efforts. Participates in professional conferences, seminars, workshops, and/or outreach programs. Locates and provides requested information. Prepares a variety of descriptive and background reports, memoranda, and/or written materials on Federal, State, and local social policy issues. Provides detailed comments and feedback on draft research reports. Assists in editing research papers and preparing them for publication and assists in the drafting of new research proposals. Authors or co-authors research papers on topics relevant to the program with which they are associated. Identifies potential researchers who might collaborate with the program. Informs and shapes key social policy debates that figure into the elections of top government officials, as well as in the newest congress and administration, in policy areas such as education, health care, economic security, retirement security, asset ownership, education reform, work and family, fundamental tax reform, budget policy, and workforce and family programs. Briefs members of congress, congressional staff, administration officials, regulators, and other policymakers. Assists in pubic education and outreach efforts that focus on opinion leaders and policymakers. Demonstrates ability to accurately and concisely summarize complex information to multiple audiences, and communicates policy ideas and legislative proposals concisely and effectively to diverse audiences. Less
Provides analytical support and conducts quantitative and qualitative research, working on the broad range of topics covered under social policy initiatives that cover each sector of society, including Federal, State, and local government, employers, individuals, and civil society. Conducts critical... More