Sellers Dorsey values its employees and offers a comprehensive and generous set of benefits. The firm, named as one of the Best Places to Work by the Philadelphia Business Journal in 2010, provides employees the tools, technology, and teams necessary to excel in client servicing, develop relationships with key stakeholders and work with strategic partners.
Sellers Dorsey hires experienced and self-motivated professionals. The firm wants our professionals to succeed and flourish in their careers. To guide and support our professionals, management provides strategic direction and the resources necessary to excel. The company creates and fosters a team environment for the team of nearly forty consultants, marketing professionals, business office personnel, and administrative staff that comprise the Sellers Dorsey team. We believe our strength is in our diversity. In short, we are creative, experienced, and we get things done.
Sellers Dorsey is an equal opportunity employer.
This full-time position is based in San Francisco and will support our Medicaid financing initiatives with large public and private clients in the state of California and across the Country. Essential job duties involve day-to-day interactions with executive-level corporate and government officials. This entry level consulting position provides a career path for future personal and professional growth at the firm. The Project Manager will work with Senior Consultants, Principals, Consultants and Administrative Staff to manage the operations of Medicaid initiatives and manage client deliverables. National travel is required and is estimated at 50%. Minimum job qualifications are great interpersonal skills, 3-5 years business or government experience with a focus in healthcare policy that involve the skill sets listed below, a bachelor’s degree or better, and proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
Based in either our firm Headquarters in Philadelphia, PA or in Austin, TX, the intern will assist our work across project teams to advance our mission to help clients navigate the ever-changing healthcare marketplace. As a member of our team, the Research Coordinator is responsible for assisting Research Associates, Consultants and administrative staff in day-to-day activities. Responsibilities include compiling and analyzing policy and state and federal laws and regulations to understand current issues and health reform priorities. The intern will also conduct topical research, provide the team with written and oral summaries of analyses, and provide support in other tasks as needed.
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