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Campaigns Advisor


Murray McIntosh is delighted to working with the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, the leading trade association representing the interests of the employment and skills industries.

They are looking for a Campaigns Advisor to join their hardworking Campaigns team based in central London.

As their Campaigns Advisor, the successful candidate will focus on all campaigns and policy work, supporting the rest of the team in public affairs matters, campaign planning and governmental engagement amongst other assisting responsibilities.

Central to the role is identifying, understanding, and analysing issues affecting their members which are made up of both recruitment and employment business as individuals (e.g. those based in house). The successful candidate will work with dedicated professionals on labour market issues related to the Education sector as well as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

In your first few weeks in this Campaigns Advisor role, you can expect to:

  • Develop effective and workable policy proposals and solutions using feedback from members
  • Use your knowledge of parliament to monitor relevant policy developments and take initiative to develop campaigns that will affect change for members
  • Represent members views externally and through strategic relationships with key stakeholders
  • Analyse and translate complex policy and legislative issues into straight-forward communications for different audiences.

To apply for this Public Affairs Officer role, you will need a minimum of a year's experience in a campaigns/Parliamentary and/or a Public Affairs role. You will also require the following:

  • An understanding of UK parliamentary processes
  • Experience in stakeholder management
  • Experience and campaign development and management
  • Excellent communication skills
  • An interest in the Education sector and EDI matters

Unfortunately we are unable to consider applications which will require visa sponsorship either imminently or in the future.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age.

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Anna Kelly

Senior Consultant – Policy, Public Affairs & Strategic Communications