Policy and Strategy Support Officer
- Posted Date:21st March 2022
- Job Type:Full Time
Department: Corporate Affairs
Reporting to: Head of Government Relations
Salary: starting at £35,776 per annum
Base: London EC3
Closing date: 9 April 2022
Interview date: as soon as possible after the closing date
The Port of London Authority (PLA) oversees operations along 95 miles of the tidal Thames, home to the UK’s biggest port, busiest inland waterway for passengers and freight, and national hub for watersports.
There are exciting prospects for growth on the Thames as the economy decarbonises, urban logistics transform and the city reshapes, all captured in the long-term development plan for the river, Thames Vision 2050.
We are seeking a Policy & Strategy Support Officer to support delivery of the Thames Vision Action Plan and support internal tracking of strategy. Allied to this, you will monitor the wider policy environment for relevant developments, so that we can respond and capitalise on emerging opportunities and embed the Thames Vision 2050 themes externally.
Reporting to our Head of Government Relations, this role will principally be based at the PLA’s City of London office, with periodic travel to sites along the river, including the main operational base in Gravesend.
Appropriate training and support will be available to ensure you succeed in this role. Along with the salary you will also receive the following benefits:
- 28 days annual leave
- Health cash plan with limited Private Medical Insurance
- Generous pension
- Onsite parking with electric charging
- Access to Occupational Health, Mindfulness, Counselling and Physiotherapy
- Workplace Nursery Scheme
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Salary Sacrifice Car Scheme
For more information and to have an informal chat about the position please call Alistair Gale on 01474 562360.
You are required to have a Right to Work in UK, as currently the PLA is not a sponsor employer, therefore an offer of employment cannot be made unless you currently hold the rights to live and work in the UK.