Applications close 17 November.
16th November 2023
The Food, Farming and Countryside Commission was set up in 2017 to help shape the future of food and farming outside the EU, bringing together new and diverse voices to explore radical and practical responses to the climate, nature, health and economic crises. Our distinctive approach is systems-thinking, collaborative, inclusive and evidence-led, reaching out to seldom heard voices, and engaging non-traditional sectors through our work. We are working to change our food system so that:
This is a chance to work in a fast-paced environment where you can see your work affecting change in the world. Reporting to the Director of Policy and Research, the postholder will work across FFCC’s work programmes analysing and researching, preparing reports and policy briefings, and keeping track of relevant policy developments across the UK.
We are looking for someone who has worked in a research role before and understands how UK policy making works. The right candidate will be a brilliant communicator (in writing as well as in person), highly self-motivated and able to work effectively in a virtual team.
This role will suit you if you have:
To learn more about the role, please download the Job Description at the top of this page.
FFCC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and celebrates these qualities as essential principles of a fair and sustainable society. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and are actively seeking to ensure our team is representative of the diversity of UK countries.
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)
Closing date: 23:59 on Friday, 17th November 2023. Interview will take place during the week commencing 20th November.
Salary: £28,000 per annum
Location: Home based, with co-working space available in Bristol
To apply: Please send your CV and a one page cover letter, explaining why you are suitable for this role and your reasons for applying, to firstname.lastname@example.org