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My client is a leading UK membership body. They currently have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Policy Adviser to join their regional team, supporting members across the Midlands and working on a broad and interesting range of policy topics.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop policy positions on the UK’s economy considering devolution and regional business priorities;
  • Drafting of papers, reports, briefings and responses to political and policy developments within the remit;
  • Project working;
  • Consulting with members and stakeholders for their views, both individually for in depth policy discussions, and in larger groups with broader discussion at roundtable events and committee meetings;
  • Sharing policy and political insights and analysis with members, both individually at member servicing meetings and at briefing events with larger audiences.

Essential Skills:

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent;
  • Knowledge of the policymaking process in the UK government;
  • Background in policy development and demonstrable interest in public policy;
  • Experience of working in a political environment;
  • Broad knowledge of the policy priorities for UK Businesses;
  • Knowledge of the UK parliamentary system, including regional and local devolution;
  • Experience of developing and executing political, communication, and campaign strategies.

To Apply

Please apply by sending your CV to Jessica Kavanagh using the button below. Please quote the reference ‘550/17/PubAffairs’ and include a brief overview of your background and reason behind your interest in the role.

Apply online

  • Fill out the short form below and upload your CV.

Closing date

The closing date for applications for this post is 11:59pm on Monday 18th December 2017