Date Added: 9 April 2019
: 22 April 2019
Job Title: Policy Cordinator
Working For: Social Investment Business
Salary: Circa £35,000
We are looking for someone to help co-ordinate and manage the Social Impact Investment Taskforce, providing administrative and secretariat support to this high-profile initiative. This requires liaising with leaders and key stakeholders from across sectors, including government. Additionally, the role will contribute to the broader objectives of Social Investment Business' (SIB) strategy, using our data and knowledge to articulate policy positions and influence the wider social investment landscape.
1. Working closely with the Chair of the Social Impact Investment Taskforce, providing central co-ordination for its work; this involves specifically: arranging meetings & calls, preparing briefings, writing up minutes & actions, co-ordinating the production of reports and documents, convening & writing policy responses and more.
2. Working with the Communications team at SIB to prepare the Taskforce newsletter, and any other associated materials in relation to its work, including for events
3. Managing and updating the stakeholder influence spreadsheet on the Taskforce's behalf, and connecting & brokering people as directed and asked
4. Developing SIB's policy approach and priorities, in connection to the learning and data emerging from our historical portfolio of social investments
5. Liaising with research, data and communications colleagues to ensure a joined-up and co-ordinated approach across our learning & influence activities
- Policy experience with central government
- Excellent communication and interspersonal skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of internal and high profile external stakeholders
- Excellent organisational, planning, time management skills; ability to self manage, work under pressure, be action-focused and work to tight deadlines
- Ability to maintain up-to-date clear files and records
- Strong attention to detail, ensuring high quality outputs
Please see full job description on our website.
Closing Date: 22 April 2019
Interviews for this role will be either w/c 29th April or w/c 6th May
We would want someone to start as soon as possible but understand we have to take into consideration notice periods of people applying.
How to apply
Please send a supporting statement and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a completed equality and diversity monitoring form which can be found on our website.
The talent we are looking for does not discriminate and we believe in being inclusive and giving everyone an equal chance to succeed. Applications are welcome from all regardless of age, sex, gender identity, disability, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, race, sexual orientation, transgender status or social economic background.