CSPI is hiring for a number of jobs and internships. Find out more about our positions here.

CSPI is an aggressive non-profit consumer organization conducting innovative programs in nutrition and food safety. CSPI publishes Nutrition Action Healthletter, one of the nation's premier health newsletter. CSPI strives to provide useful, objective information to the public, represent citizens' interests before legislative, regulatory, and judicial bodies, and ensure that advances in science are used for the public's good. CSPI is supported by subscribers to Nutrition Action Healthletter, donors, and by foundation grants.

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We are searching for a Policy Associate, working with the Deputy Director of Federal Affairs, to primarily lobby Congress to advance CSPI’s work in federal food programs such as school meals and SNAP, as well in food labeling and sugar reduction policies. This position is located in CSPI’s Washington, DC office or remotely as feasible.

We are searching for a dynamic and effective Grants Administrator to support management of our grant funded programs and a robust subgrants program in conjunction with our state and local policy campaign team. The campaign seeks to spark and support initiatives by state and local organizations, policymakers, and the public to build synergy and national momentum for food and nutrition policies, especially in historically disenfranchised communities that experience health disparities and are disproportionately targeted by unhealthy beverage and food marketing. This role reports to the Senior Grants and Program Manager. The job location is Washington, DC or remote.

CSPI was started in 1971 by three scientists who saw the need for an organization to evaluate the effects of science and technology on society and to promote national policies responsive to consumers' interests. CSPI focuses primarily on food and health issues, exposing and addressing deceptive marketing practices, risky food additives and contaminants, and industry practices that make it hard for people to eat well.