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Reference: 75319

Date Added: 25 June 2020
Closing Date: 9 July 2020

Job Title: JPIT House of Commons - Labour MP

Working For: JPIT/ House of Commons

Location: London

Salary: £22,000

Job Details


Young Adult Vocations Development Programme

Location: London - 2.5 days in Parliament with a Labour MP, 2.5 days with the Joint Public issues Team

Do you want to gain invaluable experience at the heart of the UK political world?
Interested in spending a year on the frontline of political life in Westminster and working as part of a dynamic team making meaningful change?
Are you interested in making links between faith, life and politics?

This post offers joint placements between an MP and a Church-based policy and campaign team.

It is an opportunity to be working alongside a Labour member of the House of Commons and their staff as they seek to make a difference through the work of UK politics.

It also offers the chance to develop skills in research, campaigning and communication whilst working as part of the Joint Public Issues Team. The Team (http://www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/) works as part of the Baptist Union, the Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church and the Church of Scotland on issues of justice and peace.

Throughout the year, the post holder will be offered the chance to see first-hand the way Church and society interact whilst applying their own faith to the role.

This a full-time post for a year. The post starts in September 2020 and is based across two locations in central London – Westminster and Marylebone.

There will be opportunities for professional, spiritual and personal learning and development to equip the appointed candidate professionally for a wide range of opportunities after their time on the programme.

You can apply for this role if:
You have completed your full-time university studies (bachelor's degree or equivalent) at a university or equivalent institution prior to commencing the assignment;
You are between 21 -30 years old; and
You can provide a spiritual and character reference from a church or faith community leader within the Christian tradition.

Closing Date: 9 July 2020

Interview/Start Dates

28 July 2020

Application Details




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