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Job Title: Research Analyst
Job Number: 0317-02-2018
Organization: Legislative Service Bureau
Posted: 2/22/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Public Health - General
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Lansing,  MI    USA
Compensation: 24.89 Per Hour
Position Description: DEPARTMENT: Legislative Service Bureau – Research Services Division

STATUS: Full-Time

HOURS: 37.5 hours per week; 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday

MINIMUM PAY RATE: $24.89 per hour | $48,722 annually (Pay Range H on Council Salary Schedule)

JOB LOCATION: Boji Tower, 124 W. Allegan Street, Lansing, MI


This is an entry level research position. Research analysts gather, synthesize, and analyze scientific, technical, and non-technical information to provide high- quality, unbiased information to state legislators and legislative staff. Findings are communicated in writing or orally to support public policy development and bill drafting. Analysts learn the intricacies of the legislative process, become familiar with the sources of information unique to the Legislature, and develop consulting relationships with Legislative Service Bureau clients. Analysts also draft policy resolutions for state legislators. Assignments are completed independently, under the supervision of more experienced research staff. As training progresses and skills develop, more complex and difficult assignments are encountered.


• Master's degree required, with a special emphasis in public health.

• Minimum of one year of relevant work experience required, such as basic public policy research, legislative or state government experience, or subject area experience.

• Experience in data analysis, research, and report writing required.

• Experience in public health, particularly environmental health or health policy, is strongly preferred.

• Strong interpersonal skills required, including excellent written and oral communication skills.

• Ability to quickly develop expertise on a wide range of issues and topics required.

• Must be willing and able to work overtime and irregular hours as required.

Organization Description: The Legislative Service Bureau was formally created in 1941 as a nonpartisan legislative information and service agency. With the adoption of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 the Legislative Council was established and with the passage of sections 4.311 to 4.327 of the Michigan Compiled laws, the Council became the governing body for the Legislative Service Bureau. The Council is charged with maintaining bill drafting, research, and other services in the Bureau for utilization by all members of the Michigan Legislature. The Bureau provides bill drafting through the Legal Division; research functions through the Research Services Division; a variety of printing services from the Legislative Printing Division; and telephone support for the Legislature as well as computer support for the Bureau and Legislative Council agencies through the Information Technologies Division.

Closing Date: 3/19/2018
Desired Starting Date: 5/1/2018
Contact Name: Chelcee Dalla-Vecchia,  Research Analyst
Contact Location: 124 W. Allegan St.

Lansing   MI  48823
United States
Contact Location: 124 W. Allegan St.
  Lansing   MI  48823
  United States
Contact Phone: 5173732522 
Contact Fax: 5173731389
Contact Email:
Web Address:
How to Apply: Only online applications are being accepted through the State’s NeoGov system at .

For full consideration, candidates must include a cover letter, transcripts, and a resume as separate attachments in their online application.

The deadline to apply is 5:00 pm on Monday, March 19, 2018.

Additional Information: The Legislative Council is a nonpartisan legislative information and service agency. The LSB Research Services Division assists the Legislature by providing confidential information and analysis and assistance drafting policy resolutions. This is an unclassified, non-Civil Service position in State government. All Legislative Council employees are considered “at-will,” with the exception of LSB Printing Division union members.

Web Site Delete Date: 3/19/2018