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Alcohol Change UK
£53,251 - £59,934 per year
Alcohol harm affects everyone in the UK, but we have the power to stop it now. Join us and become the person that makes that happen.

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London School of Theology
Multiple Locations
£26,000 - £28,000 per year
LST is seeking to recruit an experienced PA to the Principal and Academic Dean - full and part-time applications are welcome
Multiple Locations
£37,999 per annum (plus £4,689 London Weighting allowance, if candidate is working from London office) + excellent benefits
£32,758 pa (plus £4,689 London Weighting allowance, if candidate is working from London office) pro rata + excellent benefits including flexible working
British Future
Covent Garden
£32,000 - £35,000 per year
This is an exciting role, running an efficient office for a small but ambitious think-tank.
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
York, York
Are you an experienced leader with a passion for people & systems, creating a culture & infrastructure to enable teams & work to flourish?
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London, Greater London
£53,251 - £59,934 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

It's not often that a single role can affect over a million lives. But this is one of those opportunities. Your ultimate purpose is to use knowledge, ideas and emotions to influence a multitude of stakeholders, persuading the UK Government to act, eliminating serious alcohol harm.

As our Director of Research and Public Affairs you will lead our charity to the next stage in our influencing work, motivating and mobilising our thousands of supporters, building on our partnerships and alliances and making change happen. It won't be easy, but you'll be used to that, and will know how to skilfully use the media, our fellow citizens, civil servants, members of both Houses of Westminster, and our friends in Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast to extract maximum results from the UK Government.

You will also be excited about leading some of our field's most exciting and fundamental research programmes and will be adept at ensuring research findings get turned into compelling ongoing communications.

Finally, you'll be up for working for a small, mighty, dynamic and highly professional charity that's at the heart of the action. You'll love working in an environment where things move fast; where an idea you have in the morning can be brought alive for the evening news.

Additional documents
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More about Alcohol Change UK
Alcohol Change UK

Our vision is of a world free from serious alcohol harm - and our mission is to significantly reduce that harm in the UK.

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Posted on: 21 October 2021
Closing date: 19 November 2021
Tags: Campaigning,Policy/Research

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