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Head of Public Affairs & Policy

Spider & Suffolk Chambers

Ipswich, Suffolk

Published
25-10-2018
Job ad details
Published
25-10-2018
Expires
22-11-2018
Job ID
329901097
Job type
Full-time
Public Sector
Permanent
Salary level
£28,000 - £35,000  per year
Job sector
Public Sector, Management & Business

Head of Public Affairs & Policy

Location:  Ipswich

Salary:  £28K - £35K + pension and healthcare package

Head of Public Affairs and Policy Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is the largest independent business forum that lobbies and responds to Government on behalf of our members on all major issues affecting the business community.  We have an exciting opportunity for a Head of Public Affairs and Policy to help shape our policy strategy to ensure we remain the leading voice of business in Suffolk.

As Head of Public Affairs and Policy, you will be responsible for delivering the policy agenda and designing and implementing policy and advocacy activities in relation to Suffolk Chambers strategic goals, as well as leading on Suffolk Chambers Transport and Infrastructure, A14 Strategy and A1307 Strategy Boards.

Your role will include:

  • Building, developing and influencing external relationships with decision makers, policy makers, members, partners and stakeholders across a wide range of sectors
  • Planning, managing, delivering, evaluating and reporting on policy projects that will contribute to Suffolk Chambers strategic aims
  • Providing research and analysis to our Chief Executive and Senior Management team that will steer and inform Suffolk Chambers programme of lobbying and campaigns, and raising awareness of key issues relevant to Suffolk Chamber, members and stakeholders
  • Preparing succinct and influential reports, consultation responses, briefings, articles, letters, and web pages on policy issues for a range of business and public audiences
  • Monitor the implications of legislation and decisions made within local and central government, and advise on and prepare appropriate responses

Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum 2 years experience in a policy related role and proven policy research and analytical skills, with the ability to analyse, interpret and communicate complex information       
  • A proven track record of leading and influencing stakeholders and external and internal parties at local, regional or national level    
  • Knowledge and understanding of businesses, local authorities, local enterprise partnerships and stakeholders in Suffolk, regionally  and nationally          
  • A proven track record of conducting, monitoring and evaluating projects, programmes and documents and extracting information from data and survey information    

As the largest independent private forum in the county, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is in a perfect position to support and represent local business interests.  We are offering a salary of £28,000 - £35,000 depending on experience, along with a pension and healthcare package and flexible working opportunities.  If you have the relevant skills and experience please apply by forwarding an up to date CV as soon as possible.

Please note First interviews will be held on 27 November 2018 and Second interviews on the 4th December 2018.

Strictly no agencies please

This vacancy is being advertised and handled by Spider. The regions Fixed Fee Web Recruiter and Online Job Advertiser. We provide an online recruitment advertising and employee selection service in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and beyond.


By applying for this role, you give permission for Spider to submit your personal information contained within your CV or any other relevant information you provide in order for the prospective employer to review your application for the specific role applied for. Spider will not use your personal information for any other purposes other than for searching for alternative employment.  We will also request additional consent directly from you before submitting your personal information to any other recruiting company who are working directly with Spider for recruitment advertising purposes.  We will never disclose your information to any third party unless legally required to do so and we will only ever contact you with the sole purpose of helping you find your dream job or offering career related advice.


To apply, please click the 'apply via email' button.

 

 

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329901097SWR17492018-10-25T15:45:20.387Head of Public Affairs & Policy

Head of Public Affairs & Policy

Location:  Ipswich

Salary:  £28K - £35K + pension and healthcare package

Head of Public Affairs and Policy Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is the largest independent business forum that lobbies and responds to Government on behalf of our members on all major issues affecting the business community.  We have an exciting opportunity for a Head of Public Affairs and Policy to help shape our policy strategy to ensure we remain the leading voice of business in Suffolk.

As Head of Public Affairs and Policy, you will be responsible for delivering the policy agenda and designing and implementing policy and advocacy activities in relation to Suffolk Chambers strategic goals, as well as leading on Suffolk Chambers Transport and Infrastructure, A14 Strategy and A1307 Strategy Boards.

Your role will include:

  • Building, developing and influencing external relationships with decision makers, policy makers, members, partners and stakeholders across a wide range of sectors
  • Planning, managing, delivering, evaluating and reporting on policy projects that will contribute to Suffolk Chambers strategic aims
  • Providing research and analysis to our Chief Executive and Senior Management team that will steer and inform Suffolk Chambers programme of lobbying and campaigns, and raising awareness of key issues relevant to Suffolk Chamber, members and stakeholders
  • Preparing succinct and influential reports, consultation responses, briefings, articles, letters, and web pages on policy issues for a range of business and public audiences
  • Monitor the implications of legislation and decisions made within local and central government, and advise on and prepare appropriate responses

Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum 2 years experience in a policy related role and proven policy research and analytical skills, with the ability to analyse, interpret and communicate complex information       
  • A proven track record of leading and influencing stakeholders and external and internal parties at local, regional or national level    
  • Knowledge and understanding of businesses, local authorities, local enterprise partnerships and stakeholders in Suffolk, regionally  and nationally          
  • A proven track record of conducting, monitoring and evaluating projects, programmes and documents and extracting information from data and survey information    

As the largest independent private forum in the county, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is in a perfect position to support and represent local business interests.  We are offering a salary of £28,000 - £35,000 depending on experience, along with a pension and healthcare package and flexible working opportunities.  If you have the relevant skills and experience please apply by forwarding an up to date CV as soon as possible.

Please note First interviews will be held on 27 November 2018 and Second interviews on the 4th December 2018.

Strictly no agencies please

This vacancy is being advertised and handled by Spider. The regions Fixed Fee Web Recruiter and Online Job Advertiser. We provide an online recruitment advertising and employee selection service in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and beyond.


By applying for this role, you give permission for Spider to submit your personal information contained within your CV or any other relevant information you provide in order for the prospective employer to review your application for the specific role applied for. Spider will not use your personal information for any other purposes other than for searching for alternative employment.  We will also request additional consent directly from you before submitting your personal information to any other recruiting company who are working directly with Spider for recruitment advertising purposes.  We will never disclose your information to any third party unless legally required to do so and we will only ever contact you with the sole purpose of helping you find your dream job or offering career related advice.


To apply, please click the 'apply via email' button.

 

 

2018-11-23T02:00:22.533 Head of Public Affairs & Policy Location: Ipswich Salary: £28K - £35K pension and healthcare package Head of Public Affairs and Policy Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is the largest independent business forum that lobbies and responds to Government on behalf of our members on all major issues affecting the business community. We have an exciting opportunity for a Head of Public Affairs and Policy to help shape our policy strategy to ensure we remain the leading voice of business in Suffolk. As Head of Public Affairs and Policy, you will be responsible for delivering the policy agenda and designing and implementing policy and advocacy activities in relation to Suffolk Chambers strategic goals, as well as leading on Suffolk Chambers Transport and Infrastructure, A14 Strategy and A1307 Strategy Boards. Your role will include: Building, developing and influencing external relationships with decision makers, policy makers, members, partners and stakeholders across a wide range of sectors Planning, managing, delivering, evaluating and reporting on policy projects that will contribute to Suffolk Chambers strategic aims Providing research and analysis to our Chief Executive and Senior Management team that will steer and inform Suffolk Chambers programme of lobbying and campaigns, and raising awareness of key issues relevant to Suffolk Chamber, members and stakeholders Preparing succinct and influential reports, consultation responses, briefings, articles, letters, and web pages on policy issues for a range of business and public audiences Monitor the implications of legislation and decisions made within local and central government, and advise on and prepare appropriate responses Skills and Experience: Minimum 2 years experience in a policy related role and proven policy research and analytical skills, with the ability to analyse, interpret and communicate complex information A proven track record of leading and influencing stakeholders and external and internal parties at local, regional or national level Knowledge and understanding of businesses, local authorities, local enterprise partnerships and stakeholders in Suffolk, regionally and nationally A proven track record of conducting, monitoring and evaluating projects, programmes and documents and extracting information from data and survey information As the largest independent private forum in the county, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is in a perfect position to support and represent local business interests. We are offering a salary of £28,000 - £35,000 depending on experience, along with a pension and healthcare package and flexible working opportunities. If you have the relevant skills and experience please apply by forwarding an up to date CV as soon as possible. Please note First interviews will be held on 27 November 2018 and Second interviews on the 4th December 2018. Strictly no agencies please This vacancy is being advertised and handled by Spider. The regions Fixed Fee Web Recruiter and Online Job Advertiser. We provide an online recruitment advertising and employee selection service in Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and beyond. By applying for this role, you give permission for Spider to submit your personal information contained within your CV or any other relevant information you provide in order for the prospective employer to review your application for the specific role applied for. Spider will not use your personal information for any other purposes other than for searching for alternative employment. We will also request additional consent directly from you before submitting your personal information to any other recruiting company who are working directly with Spider for recruitment advertising purposes. We will never disclose your information to any third party unless legally required to do so and we will only ever contact you with the sole purpose of helping you find your dream job or offering career related advice. To apply, please click the apply via email button.1128000.000035000.0000per year10000000000IUK_A_NORUKUnited Kingdom243GBP2018-11-22T00:00:0000010EuropeUnited KingdomEastSuffolkIpswich3382945Spider & Suffolk Chambers11UKUnited Kingdomnew1540481483_logo_small.gif0121961259@jobs.jobmate.bizUKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdom8Full-time30Public Sector46Permanent125-10-201822-11-201825-10-201822-11-201822-11-201825-10-201822-11-20182English3Fluent113800226Local authority budget and accounts4ExpertPublic Sector114960320Information Policy4ExpertPublic Sector114960507Local planning4ExpertPublic Sector935447Local Government Worker937531Director of Public Affairs125Public Sector132Management & Business358667080
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Job ad details
Published
25-10-2018
Expires
22-11-2018
Job ID
329901097
Jobtype
Full-time
Public Sector
Permanent
Salary level
£28,000 - £35,000  per year
Job sector
Public Sector, Management & Business