|Job Title||Policy and Parliamentary Affairs Officer - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£22k - 23k per year|
|Job Published||23 Aug 2016|
|Contact Name||Communications Team|
Are you an excellent communicator with a track record of strong research skills? This Chartered Institute requires a Policy and Parliamentary Affairs Officer to work as part of the team to provide insight and research as well as communicating with policymakers and stakeholders.
You will be responsible for monitoring parliamentary activity, offering in-depth foresight to the policy team. You will research, analyse and evaluate complex technical data and produce timely policy briefings and advise on Parliamentary business and key and upcoming issues. Developing and maintaining comprehensive databases on key policy and parliamentary contacts and helping to build and maintain relationships with MPs, Peers and Ministers will also be part of your role. Acting as first point of contact for information, you will develop expertise within some of the Institute’s key policy areas. You will also contribute to both qualitative and quantitative research projects, drafting documents and arranging stakeholder workshops and specialist events.
The ideal candidate with have strong analytical and research skills with solid administrative experience. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are also key. You will have the ability to master a complicated brief quickly and proven experience ideally within policy, journalism, public affairs or similar fields is desirable. A strong relationship builder, you will have excellent time management skills with the ability to respond quickly to changing priorities.
*Please note: This role will ideally be based in Swindon although applicants living in London will also be considered. Occasional work outside normal office hours and travel within UK
If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please call Nicky Smith on 0117 360 1317 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.