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Reference: 79301

Date Added: 9 July 2021
Closing Date: 1 August 2021

Job Title: Policy & Parliamentary Affairs Officer

Working For: The Wine & Spirit Trade Association

Location: London

Salary: £24,000 - £28,000 per annum dependent on skills/experience, plus benefits

Length of Contract: Permanent

Job Details

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) represents over 300 companies producing, importing, exporting, transporting and selling wines and spirits in the United Kingdom. We campaign for a vibrant and sustainable wine and spirit industry, helping to build a future in which alcohol is produced, sold and enjoyed responsibly.

As part of the public affairs and policy team, we require an enthusiastic Policy & Parliamentary Affairs Officer to ensure that Government, and Parliament gain more understanding of the economic contribution that wine and spirit businesses make to the UK economy, the issues and challenges they face as well as their commitment to produce and sell wine and spirits responsibly.

Key Responsibilities, Qualifications, Experience and Skills Required

Please see the full job advert including key responsibilities, skills and experience requirements as well as how to apply here: https://www.wsta.co.uk/archives/job/wsta-policy-parliamentary-affairs-officer 

Closing Date: 1 August 2021

Interview/Start Dates

Closing date for applications: 17:00, Sunday 1 August

Interviews: Interviews will aim to be held in the week commencing 16 August

Application Details

Please send your CV and covering letter setting out how you meet the essential skills, particularly those that will be assessed at application, to Gemma Keyes at gemma@wsta.co.uk 

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Rebekah Kendrick at rebekah@wsta.co.uk 

The successful candidate will need to provide proof that they have the right to work in the UK and provide suitable references before appointment. We do not require this information at the application stage.

Website: http://wsta.co.uk

Additional Notes