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Reference: 59451

Date Added: 13 February 2017
Closing Date: 3 March 2017

Job Title: Consultant

Working For: Hanover Communications

Location: London

Salary: Competitive

Job Details

Hanover is looking for a Consultant with an interest in UK policy to join the Advocacy team.

This full-time role is an important position in the Advocacy team, responsibilities will include drafting briefing notes for clients, building effective relationships with MPs' and Peers' offices and providing public affairs monitoring reports. 

The role will involve developing and delivering long-term client contact programmes with elected representatives, stakeholder groups and other relevant target audiences, as well as attending client meetings and drafting action notes.

In addition, you will project manage events including Parliamentary, stakeholder and new business events, conduct stakeholder mapping interviews and contribute creatively towards new business pitches by attending brainstorms. 

This role will support several prestigious clients across a variety of sectors in our Advocacy team and is based in our London office in Gray’s Inn Road.

PERSON SPECIFICATION
We are looking for an outstanding individual with the following:
- Excellent knowledge of and interest in UK policy
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
- Passion for politics and current affairs with an understanding of their potential impact on business objectives
- Excellent time management/project management ability
- Strong networking skills with key media, stakeholder and prospective new business clients
- Knowledge or experience working in the tech sector would be an advantage

Closing Date: 3 March 2017

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews will commence as soon as possible. Start date depending on candidate availability.

Application Details

To apply for this position, please email your CV and a covering letter to recruitment@hanovercomms.com quoting reference “ADVCC-W” in the subject header.

Website: http://www.hanovercomms.com/

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