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We’re looking for a new policy & research officer

April 9th 2018

Wales’ most innovative and influential think tank is looking for an outstanding policy professional to help to solve poverty in Wales.

You’ll have:

  • an in-depth understanding of the poverty, the economy and labour market,
  • an ability to develop practical solutions in a devolved context and
  • be able to engage with and influence a wide spectrum of people and organisations.

You’ll have a keen analytical mind, superb networking and communications skills and energy and creativity. You’ll be working closely with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation as well as with a wide range of people and organisations across Wales.

In return we offer you the chance to make a significant contribution to public policy to help to reduce poverty, a broad and varied workload and plentiful opportunities to learn and grow.

If you’d like to join our small and friendly team, check out the further details in our information pack.

Closing Date: 4pm on 30th April 2018

Click here for an information pack

Click here  for an application form

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