Policy and Stakeholder Liaison Officer (Public Affairs / External Relations)
Location: Liverpool with travel to other locations as required
Employment Type: Permanent, Full Time, 35 hours per week
Closing Date: Sunday 28 November 2021
A growth and regeneration group with a strong social purpose, our client works in partnership with Liverpool City Region and the North West to improve lives and create thriving, vibrant communities through support, investment, development and regeneration.
They own and manage around 40,000 homes in Warrington, St Helens, Liverpool and beyond, making them the region’s largest affordable housing provider.
Profits generated by group members; Developments and HMS are reinvested into their charitable arm; Foundation, a community anchor institution, to fund projects that build social capital and fulfil their mission of ‘growing stronger communities’.
They’re looking for a Policy & Stakeholder Liaison Officer to support and develop the relationship between the group and its political stakeholders, which include MPs and Government departments, devolved and local authorities, and national trade associations.
This is an important role in which you will:
To be successful in this role you will:
Great people share qualities our client value highly. They are problem-solvers, able to work well within their team. They are open, honest and committed to doing the right thing at all times, and they always look for ways to do things better, focused on making sure they achieve their aims. If you can share their way of working, you’ll enjoy working with them.
In return, they offer a modern workplace that is challenging, supportive and gives you room to grow your skills – along with a package of benefits that shows how much they value your contribution and care about your wellbeing.
If you are successful at the shortlisting stage and are invited to interview,our client will request that you bring along copies of all qualifications and certificates that are essential for the role
Our client reserve the right to close the role early if they appoint a suitable candidate or receive a high volume of applications prior to the closing date.