Public Policy Projects (PPP) is a subscription based organisation chaired by Rt. Hon Stephen Dorrell which provides policy analysis and a secure meeting place between public and private sector leaders interested in the future direction of public policy in the health and care sector.
How We Work
Public Policy Projects Subscription
On top of our core subscription programme, PPP offers a Retained Advisor Service. This takes the form of tailored strategic advice on the likely impact of health and care policy on the operations and future planes of a particular business. It offers a full day each month of personalised advice from a member of the PPP team; the form of this support is flexible depending on your needs, but can include-
Internal briefings and board presentations on policy landscape
Personalised commentary on relevant aspects of health and care policy
For more information please contact Clare Whelan.
PPP Thought Leadership
Finding a cure: Getting the best Brexit deal
for Britain's life sciences report
The Impact of Brexit on Life Sciences - PPP Report
Chamberlain 2.0: A Fairer Deal for Working People
- PPP Report
Autumn Statement 2016 - PPP Analysis
Who Are We
Public Policy Projects – Head of Policy
Public Policy Projects
Public Policy Projects provides detailed authoritative and confidential policy advice. It is non party aligned and brings together senior leaders from both the public and private sectors along with policy makers. We now seek a dynamic individual interested in health and care policy, and public sector reform, to work with public and private sector clients.
Main Purpose of Job
You will be working with an experienced senior team including a former health secretary, to coordinate a network of policy specialists in the field. As well as overseeing the consultation, research and drafting of work by others you will be generating and developing new ideas yourself.
You will also have a role keeping Public Policy Projects subscribers up-to-date with developments of interest to them.
Skills, knowledge and abilities.
This role will suit someone with knowledge of the health and care sector, educated to degree level or equivalent.
You will have excellent written English, able to research and write clear policy documents and reports for our wide ranging client base. You will have the ability to manage and build relationships with policy specialists and Public Policy Projects subscribers and clients.
This is an ideal role for someone who wishes to grow with a small but ambitious team.
You will be based out our office in St James, London SW1.
£30K-£40K depending on experience.
How to Apply
Please send your CV to Clare Whelan, [email protected]
Get in Touch
For further information about membership or the Public Policy Projects activities we undertake, please complete the following enquiry form. We look forward to hearing from you.