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Reference: 75328

Date Added: 27 June 2020
Closing Date: 10 July 2020

Job Title: Senior Public Affairs Adviser

Working For: Save the Children

Location: London

Salary: £38,250 - £45,000

Job Details

Do you want to play a key role in an organisation which stands up for children? Join us as a Senior Public Affairs Adviser and deliver high-impact change political strategies, building and holding relationships with Government, parliament and political stakeholders.

If you grew up in a family with a low income, with experience of the care system or in any other way have experience of life at the sharp end we really want to hear from you. We are also looking to diversify our workforce in other ways; therefore we want to hear from people of colour, those that identify as working class, disabled and LGBTQIA.

As Senior Public Affairs Adviser you will lead political influencing and develop advocacy strategies for Save the Children's work. You will identify lobbying opportunities, providing strategic political insight and ensuring systematic monitoring, analysis and dissemination of political intelligence. As a representative of SCUK externally, you will build constructive relationships with parliamentarians, advisers, officials, political parties, think tanks, NGOs and media, as well as providing technical expertise to SCUK's mission teams.

To be successful you will be a strategic thinker, with significant operational experience of structures, processes and trends in the UK political system, as well as a track record of achieving political change. You will have knowledge of the welfare system, UK poverty and child rights. An excellent communicator, you will be able to summarise and persuasively communicate complex information in written form to a range of target audiences.

Closing Date: 10 July 2020

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Application Details

https://jobs.savethechildren.org.uk/vacancy/senior-public-affairs-adviser--5101-farringdon-london/5127/description/ 

Website: https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/

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