The Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) is seeking a self-starter to join our team and advocate for home- and community-based services organizations and clients with federal agencies and lawmakers. HCAOA is a membership association based in Washington, DC that represents nearly 4,000 home care organizations across the U.S.
This position would direct and support both the Policy and Legislative Committees, and work closely with lobbyists representing major home care franchises to move the advocacy agenda forward, focusing on promoting access to home and community-based care for older Americans and individuals with disabilities.
This is a fast-paced trade association with a steadfast commitment to our mission of being the trusted voice of the home care industry and strengthening our member agencies through advocacy, education, and research.
Analyze legislation and regulation to develop and write the association’s position statements, regulatory comments, public letters, etc.
Lead member advocacy efforts, including Capitol Hill Advocacy Days
Develop and implement grassroots advocacy program
Work closely with contracted lobbyists in 10+ states focused on state home care issues and positions
Monitor all related legislative and regulatory activity on a daily basis and disseminate information to staff and key members
Experience & Requirements:
Strong knowledge of the federal legislative and regulatory process
High-level expertise in federal health policy
6 or more years of professional experience, including legislative and/or advocacy experience
Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree a plus.
Experience working with and leading coalitions
Extensive writing and public speaking experience
Excellent organizational skills
Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirement to email@example.com by Friday, April 16 at 5:00 p.m. ET. Resumes submitted without salary requirement will NOT be considered.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Home Care Association of America
As the industry’s leading trade organization representing home care agencies and their suppliers across the country, The Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) strives to provide member agencies with practical resources to enhance operations and margin and improve training and quality within our industry. Our association advocates to help ensure caregivers have safe and secure environments in which to work and the industry continues to innovate care in our communities. Finally, our association brings together innovators and suppliers to help sustain families as they age, helping build independence and choice.