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Reference: 76911

Date Added: 23 December 2020
Closing Date: 31 January 2021

Job Title: Policy and Operations Analyst

Working For: Policy in Practice

Location: London

Salary: £22-£26,000

Job Details

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About the role
We are looking for an impact-oriented candidate with strong quantitative research skills to help us deliver client projects.

You must be passionate about improving how public services are delivered, and keen to develop a high level of policy knowledge. Additional coding skills or experience in public policy are highly desirable. Previously successful Policy and Operations Analysts include sharp-minded people with frontline experience or hardworking graduates with the drive to have an impact on the frontline.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a keen interest in social policy and be passionate about making change happen from central government policy to frontline operations. They will be looking to develop their quantitative analytic skills and policy knowledge from a very strong foundation up to an expert level. They should have excellent people-skills, and an ability to influence and build relationships quickly.

Your main responsibilities will be to ensure that we deliver excellent services to our clients and develop our analytics service to have a tangible and positive impact on people.

You will be supporting the director, head of policy and policy analysts in their roles, as well as undertaking research of your own. Responsibilities may develop and change rapidly, so you will learn about each area that Policy in Practice works in at pace.

The position is offered as a permanent contract subject to a six-month probationary period.

Closing Date: 31 January 2021

Interview/Start Dates

Start ASAP.

  1. Screening interview - 20 min phonecall
  2. Formal interview - task and assessment by a panel
  3. Final call with CEO

Application Details

Please send your application to admin@policyinpractice.co.uk

Website: https://www.policyinpractice.co.uk

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