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Reference: 59364

Date Added: 6 February 2017
Closing Date: 6 March 2017

Job Title: Policy Research Manager

Working For: a client of Ellwood Atfield

Location: London

Salary: £35,000 - £40,000

Job Details

A leading trade body which is fundamental to small to large businesses is seeking a Policy Research Manager for their team. This is an excellent role for you to have the opportunity to manage the organisation's research function, a pivotal role which underlies their policy and public affairs activity.

Managing a permanent team member and a pool of interns you will have the opportunity to create thought leading research projects. Your work will have a real world impact on the economic landscape of London.

You will be:

  • Able to develop strong research projects and proposals
  • Manage the organisation's polling activity
  • Work in collaboration with their event team to organise high profile launch events for relevant research publications
  • Present research findings to senior stakeholders, policy makers and in seminars
  • Work in collaboration with other relevant stakeholders, ensuring healthy and productive networks are established/maintained which are conducive to research activity
  • Liaise with other teams, such as marketing, to ensure member services are delivered effectively and to very high standards
  • Draft articles for relevant publications
  • Create reports for senior stakeholders as required

You will have:

  • A strong background in policy research in academia, industry or a similar field
  • Excellent written communication and verbal skills
  • The ability to create and manage relationships and networks effectively
  • Presentation skills

Closing Date: 6 March 2017

Interview/Start Dates

Application Details

To apply to be the next Policy Research Manager contact Ellwood Atfield in the first instance with your CV. See http://ellwoodatfield.force.com/jobs/ts2__JobDetails?jobId=a0xb00000098MavAAE&tSource=a16b0000000Rj1PAAS.

Website: http://www.ellwoodatfield.com/

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