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Our Client:

A membership body in Health.

Job Description:

To provide support to the delivery of our client’s public affairs programme to maximise the impact of policy, profile and reputation in Parliament.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Deliver our client’s Parliamentary programme;
  • Co-ordinate our client’s programme of activity at the political party conferences;
  • Monitor all relevant political intelligence, deliver regular communications to members on this intelligence and public affairs activity;
  • Deliver a daily Government Affairs Report to members;
  • Support the development of action plans and strategies for advocacy on key issues;
  • Develop and deliver policy briefings, position papers and publications alongside the policy team, including for Parliamentary debates;
  • Drive the parliamentary and Whitehall stakeholder programme, setting up meetings, preparing briefings and conducting desk research.

Essential Skills:

  • Experienced public affairs professional, with experience of working in parliamentary affairs in Westminster;
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills;
  • Relevant experience of working with stakeholders in UK Government and Westminster;
  • Strong understanding of parliamentary processes;
  • Experience in at least one relevant policy area e.g. health, science/R&D and industrial/business policy;
  • Strong project management skills, with the ability to prioritise workload, work to deadlines and work under pressure;
  • A positive attitude, with a track record of good team working and the ability to work across multiple teams and organisations.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Tuesday 11th December 2018