STEP is seeking a Policy Executive to aid in the delivery with policymakers
STEP is seeking a Policy Executive to aid in the delivery with policymakers and regulatory authorities across the world. STEP works closely with policymakers and regulatory authorities across the world to examine the likely impact on families of policy proposals and to develop guidance and support.
The Policy Executive assists in delivery of STEP’s public policy and professional standards initiatives and to work closely with Director of Policy and STEP’s Technical Counsel to engage external and internal stakeholders on policy issues of relevance to the Society. A key part of the role will be to work closely with some of STEP’s most senior members to develop clear and coherent arguments, statistics and data with the aim of enhancing STEP’s reputation as trusted partner in public policy discussions. You will also be closely involved in STEP’s work to maintain its reputation and public trust via the maintenance of high professional standards among its members.
- Providing policy analysis and research on matters related to the needs of STEP’s membership
- Providing insight into governmental processes
- Assisting in the development and delivery of comprehensive and effective campaigns and strategies
- Develop and maintain the policy area of the STEP website with pertinent links, consultation responses and other policy-related matters
- Support the work of senior STEP Committees.
- Demonstrable experience in public/government affairs or a similar role is essential
- Knowledge of/experience in the tax/legal services/finance sectors is desirable
- An understanding of the UK, European, and International political arenas.
STEP is the worldwide professional association for those advising families across generations. We help people understand the issues families face in this area and promote best practice, professional integrity and education to our members. Today we have over 20,000 members across 95 countries. Our membership is drawn from a range of professions, including lawyers, accountants and other specialists. Our members help families plan for their futures: from drafting a will or advising family businesses, to helping international families and protecting vulnerable family members. We take a leading role in explaining our members’ views and expertise to governments, tax authorities, regulators and the public. We work with governments and regulatory authorities to examine the likely impact of any proposed changes, providing technical advice and support and responding to consultations.
For more information, or to apply for the Policy Executive position, please forward a copy of your CV by clicking on the 'Apply' button quoting the reference BH-1911-7036.