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- Policy and Economic Analyst, UK

Policy and Economic Analyst

British Ports Association

Location: London

Salary: £26,000-28,000

Job Details

The British Ports Association (www.britishports.org.uk) is a trade association representing the interests of its members in a sector which plays a fundamental role in transport and the economy. UK ports handle 95% of the UK’s international trade and the profile of the sector has never been higher.

We are looking for someone to join our small, dynamic team based in central London. The ideal candidate will have an analytical and rigorous approach to their work with the ability to digest and interpret information from a wide variety of sources. They will be capable of producing clear and concise conclusions from complex documents and datasets. This role will play an important role in supporting the Association’s policy campaigns and wider communications with politicians, officials and industry.

Excellent analytical and written skills are essential. As a small team we also value creativity and expect the candidate to be self-motivated and able to demonstrate an ability to work independently and on their own initiative.

This is a key position within the Association, reporting to the Association’s Head of Policy & External Affairs, and providing credible statistical and robust intellectual support to the Association’s lobbying positions. It will also include working with the Head of Policy & External Affairs to develop the Association’s Port Futures Programme – an ongoing programme of horizon scanning mini-projects and our working groups.

Some experience and interest of policy issues in the transport, freight, planning or marine environment would be an advantage but is not essential. The role will involve some travel within the UK.

Key Areas of Responsibility

The position comprises three main areas.

1. Analysis of policy, legislation and regulation

2. Oversee studies, research and member surveys

3. Team working and contribution to the Association's development

To download the full job description please visit: https://www.britishports.org.uk/system/files/circulars/british_ports_association_-_policy_and_economic_analyst.pdf 

Closing Date: 28 February 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Interviews will take place on 15 & 18 March 2019

Application Details

Applicants should send a covering letter and their CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Job posted on 8th February 2019
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