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This is a great time to join CPAG as we look to influence policy makers and parliamentarians to ensure child poverty is high up the agenda.
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N1, London (Hybrid)
£40,553 - £44,821 per year
Contract (12 month fixed term contract)
Job description

Policy Officer

Hours: 35 hours a week. Flexible working considered.

Salary: £40,553 - £44,821

Contract: 12 month fixed term contract

Location: London (with hybrid working options)

This is an exciting policy role in our committed team leading the fight to end child poverty in the UK. With a new government in place, this is a great time to join CPAG as we look to influence policy makers and parliamentarians to ensure child poverty is high up the agenda, and evidence-based policy solutions are adopted to effectively tackle child poverty.

We are looking for someone with a track record of communicating complex policy areas in an accessible manner to a range of non-specialist audiences. You will have knowledge of parliamentary processes and the different advocacy levers that can be used to influence change. You will enjoy working collaboratively to identify policy issues and develop solutions, working closely with colleagues across the organisation as well as externally.

You will play a key role in writing high quality consultation responses, briefing papers, reports and other policy resources promoting CPAG's wider policy calls.

We welcome applications from individuals with the skills and experience outlined and we can be flexible about working arrangements. We operate a hybrid working system and would be happy to discuss any flexibilities required. CPAG is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion which you can read more about in the job pack.

For more information about this post and to apply download the Policy Officer job pack and application from our website. 

If you have questions or need specific arrangements or reasonable adjustments to take part in the selection process please contact us at the email address listed in the application pack. 

Closing date for applications: noon Wednesday 14th August

Interviews will be held in London on Wednesday 21st August / Thursday 22nd August

Application resources
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Child Poverty Action Group View profile Company size Size: 51 - 100

Child Poverty Action Group works to prevent and end child poverty – for good.

Refreshed on: 23 July 2024
Closing date: 14 August 2024 at 12:00
Tags: Policy,Early Years,Education,Politics,Research,Students / School,Youth / Children

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