We’re hiring!

April 6th 2017

Could you be our Policy & Research Assistant?

Wales’ most exciting and innovative think-tank is looking for a policy & research assistant to join our team. You’ll be working on a new project to increase opportunities for young people without five good GCSEs as well as contributing to the wider work of the Bevan Foundation.

You’ll have:

  • excellent research and analytical skills
  • superb communication skills
  • a creative approach to social innovation

The post is available for 6 months in the first instance, with continuation subject to funding. Salary up to £25,000 p.a. for full-time (37 hours p.w.), based in Merthyr Tydfil with travel elsewhere in Wales. We will consider applicants wanting to work part-time or on a secondment.

Interested? It is vital that you read the information below and complete an application form – no C.V.s.

Closing date: Monday 24th April 5 p.m.

Interview date: Thursday 4th May

Please note that we are seeking an early start to this role, ideally by June 2017.



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