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£42,313 FTE per annum, incl. London weighting allowance or £38,202 incl. homeworking allowance
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Central London or based at home
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Full time
About this Role

The CSP is the trade union and educational, professional organisation for the UK’s 59,000 chartered physiotherapists, support workers and students; and one of the largest representative bodies in healthcare.

Our goal is to transform the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities by empowering our members and exerting our influence. Our ambition is for physiotherapy to transform lives, maximise independence and empower populations. 

The CSP’s values are courage, integrity, inclusivity, and learning. These values run through all that we do. 

We are looking for an experienced Policy Lead to provide analysis, information and evidence, to support evidenced-based policy developments across the whole of the CSP.  

This will involve monitoring external policy developments, in relation to health and care and developing credible and impactful CSP responses. 

In addition, you will work in close collaboration with the CSP Public Affairs Lead, CSP teams/directorates, and CSP members, to provide vital leadership and support in the delivery of campaigns and events that engage policy makers, while developing good relationships with external stakeholders to influence public policy and development.

You’ll already have a significant, and successful, track record of working in a policy role that has a direct impact on influencing public policy, combined with comprehensive knowledge of health and care policy making in England.

Highly self motivated, you will work well on your own initiative, and have a systematic/logical approach, combined with strong skills in policy analysis and writing and the ability to work collaboratively with others to respond to emerging developments.

The role is likely to suit someone who has worked in a policy capacity in the voluntary sector, professional body or trade union. 

Further information

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Rachel Newton on to arrange this or telephone 0207 306 6624.

A job description and person spec can be downloaded from the link below. For further information and details of how to apply, please visit the CSP website (link above).

CVs will not be accepted.

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