Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. It drives us. And it motivates our Policy and Public Affairs team to stand up for children and be an influential, informed and powerful voice for change.
We are looking for an exceptional Policy and Regulatory Manager who can help us transform the online world, and ensure children in the U.K. grow up free from online abuse. This is a key role in a high performing team. At a crucial time for children, we are looking for an exceptional candidate who can help deliver our ambition to secure world leading legislation, in the form of the Online Safety Bill, and deliver regulation that protects children from preventable abuse.
You’ll be passionate about preventing online abuse. You’ll have a good understanding of online harms or related public policy areas and in-depth knowledge of regulatory structures and processes from experience of working in regulated sectors or for a regulator. You’ll have a demonstrable track record in delivering policy positions that deliver real world change, and know how to work with Government, regulators and industry to influence with impact. You’ll pride yourself on producing robust policy positions, and on standing up for children when they need it most.
You have strong analytical and persuasive skills, be confident working on often complex and technical subject matter, and have real authority to ensure children are front and centre in public policy, legislative and regulatory decisions. The NSPCC has big ambitions for online safety, and you’ll play a crucial role in bringing them to life.
We like to reward our people, so expect a great working environment, being part of a friendly and supportive team, and stimulating and challenging work with plenty of development opportunities. We offer a variety of rewards and benefits including: generous annual leave, flexible working, employee benefits and assistance programmes, pension and life assurance schemes.
Join us and make a lasting difference to millions of young lives.
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