Research Analyst – Medicaid Services Job Opening in Madison, WI at State of Wisconsin


State of Wisconsin


 Madison, WI Full Time

Job Posting for Research Analyst – Medicaid Services at State of Wisconsin

The Department of Health Services (DHS) strives to protect and promote the health and safety of all people of Wisconsin through the efforts of a dedicated and diverse workforce. DHS works to ensure access to individuals, families, and communities to achieve positive health outcomes in the areas of abuse prevention, mental health, public health, family care, long-term care, and much more.

The Division of Medicaid Services (DMS), Bureau of Fiscal Accountability and Management (BFAM) is recruiting for two Research Analysts in Madison, WI.

What We Offer: We are searching for people with diverse backgrounds to join our dynamic and team oriented environment. We promote professional growth and create a healthy work/life balance and inclusive culture. As an employee of the state of Wisconsin, you’ll also have access to an amazing benefits package, including paid time off, low-cost insurance options, and participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System, which is considered among the best in the country! The State of Wisconsin is also a qualifying employer for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

Who We Are: DHS is one of the largest and most diverse state agencies in Wisconsin, with an annual budget of roughly $11.5 billion and more than 6,100 employees. DHS oversees health and social service programs, and is committed to protecting and promoting the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin. DHS is located at 1 W. Wilson St. in downtown Madison. For more information about DHS, visit our website.

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Note: These positions will be required to report to the 1 W. Wilson Street office in Madison, WI at least three (3) days per week, and have the option to work remotely two (2) days per week. This may vary depending on training or operational need.


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