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  • Senior Partnerships Manager – Energy & Climate

    Can you drive commercial relationships? Do you enjoy interaction with clients? Do you want to enter the world of policy? If you have a passion for changing policy, and would thrive in a fast paced, ultimately target driven environment, then we want to hear from you. Public Policy Projects (PPP) is a subscription-based public policy institute, based in London, UK. Executive Chair of PPP, Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, and Co-Chairs, Baroness Nicola Blackwood and Stephen Hammond MP offer practical policy analysis and development within the UK and Internationally. PPP is independent and cross-party, bringing together public and private sector leaders, investors, policymakers and commentators with a common interest in the future of public policy. PPP provides policy thought leadership across Health, Social Care, Life Sciences, Digital, Infrastructure, Rail, Space, Energy and Climate sectors.

  • Policy Analyst

    Public Policy Projects is looking for a Policy Analyst to join our Coalitions team. The role will focus on supporting the delivery of collaborative efforts in defined areas of healthcare and life sciences. The Policy Analyst will work closely with our Head of Coalitions to support Public Policy Projects Coalitions to solve complex policy problems and provide thought leadership on the future of healthcare and clinical research within the UK. The Analyst will play a key role in implementing policy recommendations across the UK health system.

Public policy shapes the world in which we live. Good policy connects aspiration to outcome. The success we seek is improved life chances and improved outcomes for citizens.

Stephen Dorrell Executive Chair, Public Policy Projects

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