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Based at the University of Cambridge, Policy Links is a global not-for-profit innovation policy consultancy unit that helps governments develop effective industrial innovation policies. We provide consultancy and capacity building services to national governments and international organisations, with a track record delivering high-impact projects in both developing and developed countries around the world.
We are seeking a Policy Analyst/Senior Policy Analyst who can support delivery of our consulting projects, including evidence gathering, data analysis and drafting of briefs and reports. This role would report to the Head of Policy Links and work in conjunction with the rest of the Policy Links team and academic colleagues, helping to deliver high-impact policy projects around the world.
This role will support the delivery of the UK Innovation Report, an independent resource being developed with academic colleagues to inform policy and business thinking on the topics of innovation, value added, and competitiveness.
Policy Links is based at the University of Cambridge, and is part of IfM Education and Consultancy Services Ltd (IfM ECS), the consulting arm of the Institute for Manufacturing. It also forms part of Cambridge Industrial Innovation Policy.
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Due to COVID-19, most of our employees are working from home. We’ve implemented a virtual hiring process and continue to interview candidates by phone or video and are onboarding new hires remotely
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Closing date: Wednesday 19th August 2020
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