New Federal Program Analyst Position and Cancer Research Training Award Fellowship Position

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is pleased to invite letters of interest from public health, communication, and business management professionals for a federal career position as a Program Analyst in the Office of the Associate Director of the Behavioral Research Program (BRP).

The anticipated full-time position is based in Rockville, Maryland, and will likely be classified as a Program/Management Analyst or similar occupational series on Jobs are typically posted for 5-7 days, and official applications can only be accepted via usajobs, once announced. The United States Office of Personnel Management Federal salaries for this position will range from GS 11-13 and are commensurate with qualifications and experience; excellent benefits will be provided. The selected Program Analyst will participate in the planning, organization, implementation, and management of tasks in support of the scientific research areas and administrative scope of BRP. For the full Program Analyst Position Description and Call for Letters of Interest, visit

Interested candidates for the federal career position as a Program Analyst are encouraged to submit a letter of interest, resume/CV, writing sample, and letter of recommendation from a professional reference immediately to [Subject: Program Analyst letter of interest].

Applications will also be considered for a Cancer Research Training Award Fellowship in BRP. This full-time fellowship is based in Rockville, Maryland, and provides outstanding opportunities for training and professional development in applied health communication. Applicants should hold a Master’s degree or equivalent in communication, journalism, public health, business administration, or related field; and must have demonstrated excellence in written and oral communication. For details on the Cancer Research Training Award, visit

Interested fellowship candidates should send a Cover letter – not to exceed 400 words (provide an explanation of interest in BRP, and describe professional background and development goals) and resume or CV to [Subject: Fellowship application].

You are encouraged to contact current and past fellows, mentors, and other staff members. Please visit to learn more about our network of mentorship and collaboration.

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