Temporary Policy Officer

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Category
    Admin. Secretarial and PA - Administrator
  • Contract Type
    Temporary contract
  • Salary
    £ 18 - £ 26 / Hourly
  • OrganizationType
    Home/Office

Office Angels are recruiting for a temporary Policy Officer to join a highly renowned charity organisation that regulate Doctors in the UK.


The successful candidates will be responsible for supporting the development of creative, pragmatic and evidence-based policy or strategy, processes and guidance to support delivery of the policy programme.


Working closely with policy, strategy and operational colleagues and teams across the UK, and with external stakeholders. The successful candidate will play an integral part in contributing to delivering the business and recovery plans, as well as the corporate strategy.


JOB ROLE: Policy Officer


TYPE: Temporary


Start Date: November


HOURS: Monday-Friday FT 35 hours (flexible working options)


SALARY: £18- £26 per hour


LOCATION: Remote + ONLY 1 DAY PER WEEK IN OFFICE (West End London)


INDUSTRY: Not for profit- Charity


DUTIES INVOLVED BUT ARE NOT EXCLUSIVE TO:









� Supporting the development of evidence-based policy proposals, strategy, guidance.


� Working closely with operational teams and policy teams to deliver practical and operationally effective policy or strategy proposals within agreed milestones.


� Drafting a wide range of clear and concise documents for internal and external audiences, often to tight deadlines. This includes draft guidance, draft responses to consultations; briefing for senior colleagues, and high-quality papers and presentations to senior colleagues.


� Supporting development of research and/or engagement activity required as part of the policy or strategy development process.


� Developing strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders. This will involve establishing those relationships and developing credibility with these stakeholders.


� Representing your team and directorate at internal meetings, as required.


� Applying and managing the diversity and equality policy and practice relevant to the role.


� Applying the relevant management systems, procedures and policies relating to risk management, health and safety, information security and business continuity, as required.


� Any other reasonable duties as may be assigned from time to time.



SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED:


� Understanding of the complex and challenging environment in which the client operates and the ability to apply knowledge critically and strategically.


� The ability to quickly become familiar with the policy, relevant legislation and the programmes of work of the team.


� The ability to identify, understand and clearly explain policy, strategy and legislation development that impact an organisation's functions including its operational responsibilities.


� The ability to research, analyse, summarise and present complex information in a systematic and coherent way.


� Ability to use MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint proficiently and creatively.


� Ability to write clear, concise reports, Board and Council papers, and other documents.


� Ability to fluently present complex information, policy options, and the arguments for or against a particular policy position.


� The role will involve working with key internal and external contacts. It is important that the post-holder has relationship management skills and professional credibility to quickly build positive working relationships.


� The ability to work collaboratively within Directorate teams, across wider business areas, and with external stakeholders.


� Ability to interact and communicate effectively with people at all levels.


� Ability to demonstrate excellent customer service ensuring the needs of internal and external customers are met and our services and contact with customers are delivered positively in line with the standards and expectations of the clients values.


� Effective time and project management skills are essential.


� Ability to work on their own initiative without close supervision; exercising good judgement about when to seek input from senior colleagues.


� Ability to think creatively and contribute to discussion during the policy development process.


� Ability to identify problems, and develop and recommend solutions.


� The confidence and ability to suggest improvements to the policy development process.



If this company and position appeals to you then please apply your CV on-line or if applying via the OA website please send to me directly on milly.gray@office-angels.com


This opportunity is being advertised by the Office Angels West End team.


Thank you for your interest in this role. All successful applications will be contacted within 5 working days. Due to the high volume of applications we receive we do ask for your patience to wait to hear from the consultant rather than to call us directly.


If you have not heard after 5 working days then unfortunately we were unable to consider your application on this occasion.


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