We’re looking for a brilliant Policy and Public Affairs Officer to help translate the experiences and insight from women and Pause Practices into influencing for long term system change for women and families in the future. The role will be part of our national team and will be the first of its kind in Pause. You will work closely with women, national team and Practice colleagues to deliver our brand new influencing strategy. We’re looking for someone who shares our commitment to ensuring that women who have experience of the Pause programme are at the heart of our influencing work. You find more details of the role in the briefing document below.
To apply, please visit the Applied website, here: https://app.beapplied.com/apply/0mezxescfl and complete your application by no later than 9am on Monday 11 January.
Pause is committed to working in an anti-racist way and have recently been developing our recruitment processes to remove implicit bias, whether that is based on race, gender, sexuality or employment history. We are working with Applied to enable this. Your application answers will be reviewed blind to ensure fairness. Your responses will be randomised and the shortlisting panel will not see any identifying details about you – and will only see one answer at once so please ensure you answer each question fully. Your CV will only be seen after shortlisting if you are invited to an interview.
In responding to the questions on Applied, please be aware that we will be looking for examples of your work, and a focus on anti-discriminatory practice and women’s experience throughout.
If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discussing the role
If you would like to discuss this role, please contact Clare Laxton by email