The Director of Congressional and Federal Affairs serves as the primary advocacy liaison to one or more federal science funding agencies (e.g. CDC, NSF, or areas of research, represent APA on coalitions, and lead on advocating in support of psychological science within the agency/agencies and Congress). This non-supervisory position will cover NICHD, NIDA, NIAAA and other agencies as assigned.
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APA has a mandatory vaccination policy. All employees must be either fully vaccinated or receive approval from APA for an exemption (disability/medical or sincerely held religious belief) before beginning work at APA. By submitting your application, you agree that as a condition of employment, you must comply with APA’s mandatory vaccination policy and other health and safety requirements.
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