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Policy Manager – Digital Economy

Full-time

On Site

Deadline

February 29, 2024

About the organization

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techUK

Organization type

Private Sector

In A Nutshell

Location

On Site London, United Kingdom

Salary

£32,000-£44,000

Job Type

Full-time

Experience Level

Mid-level

Visa Sponsorship

Not Available

Deadline to apply

February 29, 2024

Inform techUK’s approach to economy and growth issues while building key products such as techUK’s Digital Economy Monitor survey and producing insightful analysis utilising platforms such as Data City.

Responsibilities

  • Assist the head of Digital Economy in developing techUK’s economic policy and digital economy work programme, including but not limited to: successfully leading, managing and delivering internal and external events; the smooth running of meetings; and managing and implementing stakeholder engagement activities; acting as point of contact for techUK members.
  • Work with the Head of Digital Economy to build relationships within and outside Government, including with DSIT, HM Treasury, DBT, the Labour Party and other stakeholders such as influential Members of Parliament and other industry bodies and partners such as DIGITAL EUROPE.
  • Research policy issues and draft papers and consultation responses for government, Parliamentary committees and others.
  • Be able to situate techUK’s asks within the wider UK political and policy context;
    Ensure effective use of web and social media to communicate techUK’s positions and points of view.
  • Provide secretariat support for techUK internal and external working groups as and when required.

Skillset

  • Strong interpersonal skills and good at building relationships.
  • Highly effective communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate complex information effectively to a range of audiences.
  • A team player who is comfortable and able to work with relevant teams across techUK;
    Has a can-do approach and comfortable working in a high pressure, fast paced environment with competing demands.
  • Able to articulate, explain and sell the benefits of techUK to a range of audiences from government to potential new members.
  • A good working knowledge of economic policy and working with data.

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