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Reference: 59848

Date Added: 10 March 2017
Closing Date: 26 March 2017

Job Title: Senior Policy Officer

Working For: Universities UK

Location: Edinburgh

Salary: £31,804 - £36,398 per annum pro rata (part-time, 0.4 FTE)

Job Details

The Council of Deans of Health is the representative voice of the UK university health faculties engaged in education and research for nursing, midwifery and the allied health professions. At any one time, our members are educating more than 100,000 future health professionals, as well as supporting existing staff in their professional development and carrying out research into some of health and social care’s most pressing problems.

We are offering an exciting opportunity to join our policy team to provide part-time policy support to the Council and its members across Scotland. We are looking for someone who has already had experience in developing health or higher education policy with knowledge of the Scottish policy context and excellent skills in influencing, stakeholder management and communication. You’ll need to be motivated and fast-working, able to take opportunities to work with members, government officials, professional bodies, regulators and a range of other stakeholders to deliver our policy priorities.

The post holder will be based in Edinburgh but will be required to travel to universities across Scotland several times a year and to the Council of Deans of Health headquarters based in London on a monthly basis.

We value and can offer significant flexibility in working pattern in line with business requirements.

The role comes with generous terms and conditions, including 27 days’ annual leave (pro rata).

Closing Date: 26 March 2017

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews: Tuesday 4 April 2017 in London at Universities UK Office, Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9HQ.

Application Details

For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.uukjobs.co.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=1148&forced=1.

Website: http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk

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