Legislative Analyst

Missouri House of Representatives   Jefferson City, MO   Full-time     Analysis
Posted on November 6, 2020

 

Missouri House of Representatives

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT

Legislative Analyst
Missouri House of Representatives

House Research Division, Missouri State Capitol Building, Jefferson City, MO

STARTING SALARY RANGE: Starting salary range for the position begins at $5,000 per
month; however, actual starting salary commensurate with applicable education and experience

DESCRIPTION: The Legislative Analyst is a professional, non-partisan, staff position in the
House Research Division and performs policy research and analysis for committees and
members of the Missouri House of Representatives. The position is full time and is eligible for
Missouri state benefits.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Legislative Analyst position is responsible for assisting House
committees with research and analysis of legislation and topics before the committees; assists
House members with research on matters of public policy and the drafting of bills, substitutes and
amendments; and summarizes and reviews bills on matters of technical form. The position is
also responsible for monitoring legislative activity by attending committee meetings and sessions
of the House and monitoring developments in public policy. The position assists other House
staff offices, as needed, and performs other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: Position requires a law degree with membership in the Missouri Bar.
Position also requires a working knowledge of research methods and public policy, a general
knowledge of the legislative process, the ability to communicate effectively, establish and
maintain effective working relationships, the ability to stay organized. The position also requires
the ability to work long hours during the legislative session and meet deadlines as required by the
legislative process.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: The Missouri House of Representatives is an equal
opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard
to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability status, age, or other non-merit factor.

Documents will be accepted until Wednesday, November 25, 2020, or until the position is filled.