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Reference: 85860

Date Added: 7 September 2022
Closing Date: 25 September 2022

Job Title: Senior Policy Advisor

Working For: IOP

Location: London

Salary: up to £40,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Length of Contract: Permanent

Job Details

We are looking for a Senior Policy Advisor to support us in our mission to transform the physics landscape for the UK and Ireland, and ensure a thriving physics ecosystem that contributes to innovation, discovery, research, growth and debate in the UK, Ireland and beyond. We are very proud of our innovative strategy and you can watch this film for more information about our work.

What is it like working at the IOP?

The IOP is a friendly and ambitious organisation. Inclusion and diversity are central to our work and we have a ‘work anywhere’ policy to make working at the IOP as flexible as possible. Looking after our colleagues and supporting them in life and work is our priority, ensuring they can live their best lives, with competitive salaries and generous benefits.

What will I be doing?

  • Leading the development and delivery of an influential programme of policy projects and activities at a national and international level, on a wide range of emerging topics within the public policy agenda.
  • Building and maintaining high level relationships and contacts to secure influence for the IOP’s policy work.

Projects you work on may include:

  • Projects identified within the IOP’s Productivity programme
  • Projects to take forward the IOP’s work in developing a ‘Physics R&D Blueprint’ (Physics: investing in our future – powering the new industrial era)

To apply for this role please click the link below, and best of luck with your applications!

The Institute of Physics is an open and inclusive organisation that welcomes and celebrates diversity.

Closing Date: 25 September 2022

Interview/Start Dates

Interview Date - 30th September and 3rd October 2022 Via Teams

Start Date - ASAP

Application Details


Website: https://www.iop.org/

Additional Notes