[Job] RNIB, Policy & Campaigns Mgr, ??40.5-50.2k, clos 6 July 2011 #healthcomm #scipolicy

Previous jobs from RNIB include:

Policy and Campaigns Manager – Eye Health (London) – Ref No 5823


??40,505 – ??50,282 per annum including London Weighting. Future potential up to ??59,132 per annum including London Weighting


36 per week



Closing date for applications: 

6 July 2011 2pm

Interview date: 

29 July 2011

This is a key position within RNIB, leading our eye health policy and campaigning work. We are strongly committed to the elimination of avoidable sight loss and this post is central to achieving this goal.

You will monitor and analyse developments in health policy, identify threats and opportunities in relation to eye health and develop innovative solutions. You will lead on RNIB’s work with NICE and play a key role in our relationships with other players in the eye health field including the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and other UK Vision Strategy members). You will also represent RNIB at high level meetings with MPs, Peers, senior civil servants and other key decision takers.

You will have a strong track record in health policy analysis and securing change. You will be skilled in networking and influencing and an excellent communicator, able to write complex submissions and reports. 

Situated within the Policy and Campaigns team, you will work closely with colleagues across RNIB and in partner organisations such as the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, the Macular Disease Society and the College of Optometrists.

Appointment is subject to an ISA barred lists and enhanced criminal records check.


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