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Rare opportunity: policy & research officer

March 5th 2019

Wales’ most innovative and influential think tank is looking for a policy professional to complete our ground-breaking project on immigration and integration policy.

You’ll have an in-depth understanding of immigration and integration / cohesion policies, excellent research and analytical skills, and an ability to develop innovative solutions and engage with a wide spectrum of people and organisations.

This is a rare opportunity to make a difference, to work with some inspiring people  and to develop your career.

Funding is available initially for 9 months, and the post is available on an employment, secondment or freelance basis.  Salary will be in the region of £25-30,000 p.a.

For more information and an application form – no CVs – please click on the links below.

Closing Date:         4 p.m. 22nd March 2019

Interview date:       5th April 2019

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