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Teenage Cancer Trust
W1T, London
£31,574 per year
The Policy, Public Affairs & Campaigns Officer will work on a range of initiatives across health, policy, public affairs and campaigns.

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Teenage Cancer Trust
Multiple Locations
£54,046 per annum (London Office), £49,131 per annum (Home based)
Cancer is different for young people. Our vision is a world where cancer doesn’t stop young people from living their lives.
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W1T, London
£31,574 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Job Title:                          Policy, Public Affairs & Campaigns Officer

Hours:                              35 hours

Salary:                             £31,574 per annum

Type of Employment:      Permanent

Dept:                               Communications and Campaigns

Location:                         Office based - London (temporarily remote)

Line Manager:                 Head of Policy, Public Affairs and Campaigns

Direct Reports:               None

The Policy, Public Affairs & Campaigns Officer will work closely with the Head of Policy, Public Affairs & Campaigns, and the Campaigns Manager on a range of initiatives across health, policy, public affairs and campaigns.

The role will engage with key internal colleagues in services as well as UK politicians, civil servants, NHS providers, commissioners and other decision makers who can influence and shape cancer policy, that will ultimately lead to an improvement in services and the experience of teenagers and young adults with cancer and their families.

How to Apply
Please apply by clicking the ‘apply ’button below. Don't forget to complete a supporting statement to accompany your CV which sets out how you meet the requirements of the role. 

Closing date:              14th March 2021

1st Interview Date:    Week commencing 18th March 2021

We are committed to working towards ensuring Teenage Cancer Trust is a diverse and inclusive place to work. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of race, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

At Teenage Cancer Trust we're committed to delivering a service to teenagers and young adults with cancer that is embedded in safeguarding and safe working practice guidance.In line with our safeguarding approach this role is subject to a DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service).

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Teenage Cancer Trust

We make sure young people don't face cancer alone. That might mean providing treatment and support for young people in one of our comfortab... Read more

Refreshed on: 05 March 2021
Closing date: 14 March 2021
Tags: Communications, PR,Policy/Research
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