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Date Added: Thu 19/01/2023

Regulatory Policy Analysts

Birmingham, B3, UK
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Job Type: Permanent, FullTime

Salary: £250 - £350/day

Venesky-Brown's client, a public sector organisation in London/Birmingham, is currently looking to recruit 2 x Regulatory Policy Analysts for initial 7 month contracts on a rate of £250-£350/day (inside of IR35). This role can be carried out remotely or a combination of office/remote working.


-Developing longer-term strategic policy, handling uncertainty and ambiguity, to support the development of wider regulatory and commercial frameworks to deliver large scale multi-party infrastructure development.  This includes, but not limited to, the following areas:

-Commercial delivery models for strategic infrastructure

-Standardised agreements/Industry codes

-Arrangements for day-to-day operations of shared water supplies, including how water is allocated between buyers of water

-Encouraging greater interconnectivity to promote resilience

-To influence, Inform and engage with Internal and External stakeholders to progress key policy areas.  This includes influencing and managing strategic policy relationships with government, regulators, companies and NGOs.

-Contributing to the continuous improvement of data and insights within the organisation, proactively sharing skills and knowledge.

-Providing wider support of the RAPID team in delivering its forward programme and the interactions with other clusters (primarily Future Assets & Resources and PR24 & beyond).

Essential Skills:

-Degree level qualification or relevant equivalent experience

-Knowledge and demonstrable experience of strategic policy development, design, analysis & implementation, with an emphasis on creative and critical thinking.

-Knowledge of best practice in policy and strategy development and delivery

-Experience of working collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to deliver high quality policy and strategic thinking.

-Experience of engaging effectively with senior internal and external stakeholders.

Desirable Skills:

-A relevant postgraduate qualification

-Experience in infrastructure and utility policy, environment and water policy, economic and wider regulatory policy or consumer policy

-Experience of using data, data visualisation and analysis in presenting key conclusions to influence thinking and approach

-Experience of delivering projects including managing external suppliers, and other organisational functions.

If you would like to hear more about these opportunities please get in touch
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