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 Policy Adviser:


 19 October 2009 | visits 846

Universities UK

Universities UK

Part-Time (3 days per week)


Fixed Term - 2 years

From £44,517 pro rata plus benefits

Experience in policy analysis and development?

Interested in better regulation ?

Want to make an active contribution to higher education? This is an exciting opportunity to support the work of the higher education sector in ensuring effective and efficient accountability to a wide range of stakeholders and reducing unnecessary bureaucracy. It involves supporting the Better Regulation Group as it brings together universities and colleges, funders, regulators and government agencies and departments to collaborate to improve regulation and accountability.

You will need a degree or equivalent experience in policy analysis and developing policy (preferably in higher education). You will have excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to communicate relevant information to a wide variety of audiences in a clear and concise form. You will have experience in collating, assimilating and analysing large volumes of complex data from a wide variety of sources as well as experience in managing externally commissioned research projects and/or undertaking research. You will need excellent interpersonal skills and show credibility in dealing with senior stakeholders.

Benefits include:

  • 25 days' holiday + public holidays
  • + 6 discretionary closure days
  • final salary pension scheme
  • Season ticket loans after 6 mths
  • excellent learning and development
  • employee support line
  • flexi-time

To obtain further details and an application form, please download them from or ring altaltaltaltaltaltaltaltaltaltaltalt020 7419 5488alt for further information.

Closing date for applications is 10.00am on 2 November 2009

Interview Date: 18 November 2009

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