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Up to £55,000 pa plus 3% flex after 3 months and comprehensive benefits

We are looking to recruit a dynamic professional to lead our Office in Wales. You will be responsible for setting the Law Society’s communications and engagement strategy in relation to elected representatives, government officials, judiciary, media and other stakeholders e.g. the Bar Council. You will be a confident advocate who can promote the Law Society’s voice in Wales, through the development and delivery of effective communications and policy positions. In addition, you will represent the Law Society to its members in Wales showing the relevant work it does for the profession including the organisation of events, seminars and member firm engagement.

Working in a stimulating and challenging environment with multiple stakeholders to shape Welsh legal and criminal policy and legislation, you will have strong leadership, planning and management skills. Measuring the impact of the work in Wales through the setting of KPIs is another key requisite of the role.

We offer an attractive flexible benefits package, a friendly working environment and the opportunity to develop your career within a professional organisation.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:55pm on Friday 29th March 2019