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A pivotal role with a highly-respected campaigning organisation with a UK-wide reach and spanning a range of policy areas. You’ll create and deliver public affairs programmes to engage and influence political stakeholders in central and local government as well as Parliamentarians and partner organisations, while mentoring and leading a small team.

In addition to proactive outreach, you’ll develop briefing materials and reports, initiate research, organise and attend political events, and produce content for digital and print channels while keeping abreast and advising colleagues of policy developments, formulating response on behalf of the organisation and making interventions. 

Politically astute with an In-depth understanding of the workings of Government and Westminster, you’ll bring strong writing and presentation skills with a track record in developing policy and delivering impactful public affairs campaign while building relations with stakeholders at all levels. Proven experience of line management is essential, both in person and remotely.

13 month contract.

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Monday 2nd January 2023