Job title: Public Affairs Manager
Reporting to (job title): Head of Public Affairs
Objective of role: This role will work with the Managing Director of Public Affairs, Policy and Research and the Head of Public Affairs and other senior colleagues in developing and delivering TheCityUK’s objectives and programme in this area.
The job holder will deliver a programme of public affairs engagement to promote TheCityUK's objectives and to highlight the role and contribution of the FRPS industry and our members to the UK economy. Externally, this role will work with political stakeholders and their staff and with members of TheCityUK, particularly Public Affairs Group members to ensure relevant issues are communicated to political stakeholders. Internally, they will work with colleagues and members in the development of key messages, events, research, collateral, media and other mechanisms to promote and further develop our work in this area.
This role is based in London but will involve travel elsewhere in the UK. TheCityUK office is a small and close-knit team with a flexible approach to tasks and responsibilities. It is essential that the candidate appreciates and can work within these conditions.
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