*Job* Royal Academy of Engineering, Intl Policy Advisor, £28k, clos 18 March 2013

Royal Academy of Engineering
International Policy Advisor
http://www.raeng.org.uk/about/jobs/International_policy_advisor.htm

Job description: RAEng International_Policy_Advisor_recruitment_pack

We are the national academy for engineering, and our main aim is to bring together the country’s most eminent engineers from all disciplines to promote excellence in the science, art and practice of engineering.

We are currently seeking a graduate with experience of science, engineering or technology policy and international development experience to support the Head of International Activities in managing and developing the Academy’s international activities, and to manage the Academy’s programme of engineering capacity building activities in Africa.

The successful candidate will have a broad knowledge of science, engineering, and public policy and experience of international development issues. A highly skilled communicator, both orally and in writing, you will be well organised, diplomatic and flexible, with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact well at all levels and work as part of a team.

Closing date Midday Monday 18th March 2013 Interviews will be week commencing 25th March 2013.


This one was pinched from psci-com 🙂

“The Royal Academy of Engineering is looking for a full-time International Policy Advisor.

Salary £28,000 + benefits
Closing date Midday Monday 18th March 2013
Interviews will be week commencing 25th March 2013

The Academy is based in Central London at 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG.

For the job description and application information please go to the Academy website: http://www.raeng.org.uk/about/jobs/International_policy_advisor.htm

For further information please email Shane McHugh, Head of International Activities: shane.mchugh@raeng.org.uk

Please disseminate to anyone who you think may be interested.”

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