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Policy Co-ordinator

Policy Co-ordinator

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Office & Specialist Support, Policy, Administration, Projects

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  • Salary:

    £27500.00 - £33458.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Gemma Hannington

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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TPP are recruiting for a Professional membership body with charitable status.

This organisation offers excellent benefits:
*Competitive salary
*Employer contribution to pension scheme of up to 12.5% of salary
*Annual leave entitlement of 29 days per annum, plus bank holidays
*Interest-free season ticket loan
*Benefits - discount purchasing scheme for goods and services
*Employee Assistance Programme - helpline and advice
*Occupational Health Assessment and Support
*Free annual eye-test and £100 contribution towards glasses if required for work purposes
*Cycle to Work Scheme
*Central London location

You will have fantastic administrative skills and be able to hit the ground running in delivering a busy programme of work. You'll be able to juggle a range of different activities and be good at collaborating with others and developing new ideas to improve the way we work. Ideally, you'll have experience in project work and be able to contribute and deliver projects from their start to successful completion.

Some of the key responsibilities:

Working with the Director of Education, Standards and Advocacy, lead the development and coordination of the main policy committees

Provide support and guidance to policy-committees including setting agendas, minute-taking, and development and delivery of action plans

Research and develop policy papers, briefings, bulletin articles and consultations

Lead on the development and co-ordination of special interest groups (groups of members interested in a particular topic) relating to policy and advocacy, particularly to support and promote membership engagement

Monitor departmental mailboxes, disseminating to relevant staff members as appropriate and ensuring queries are responded to in a timely and efficient way

Stay informed about public health news and current events, be proactive in gathering, analysing and disseminating information to colleagues and members about relevant policy developments and their implications for the organisation and the wider public health community.

Work closely with colleagues and Officers from across the organisation to ensure our policy and advocacy activities are closely integrated with, and actively support, the organisational objectives and priorities
Be an active member of Education, Standards and Advocacy Team and promote effective team working across the organisation

Undertake any other duties as may be reasonably required from time to time by the Director of Education, Standards and Advocacy

To be successful in this role you will have the following:
Ability to plan, manage and coordinate a number of membership committees
Ability to successfully manage multiple work streams, including organising time effectively, prioritising workload and meeting deadlines
Ability to collate and communicate complex information clearly and persuasively in to a range of stakeholders
Ability to plan and organise events on own initiative, such as meetings, workshops etc and to organise and manage small projects.
Ability to identify and target appropriate audiences with compelling messages
Ability to build and manage relationships effectively with a range of stakeholders and partners
Ability to use a range of software and manage website content
Ability to work as part of a team and support team objectives
Experience of managing a range of committees
Experience of building and maintaining effective networks
Good degree qualification or equivalent

If this role is of interest please get in touch ASAP