We are looking for candidates who are passionate about undertaking research, analysis and drafting in support of the work of the Committee Office. You’ll be joining our team in the Committee Office in the House of Lords as a Policy Analyst. We have two positions available: one in the European Affairs Committee and one in the International Relations and Defence Committee. You can submit one application for both vacancies, or express a preference for only one role on the application form.
The Committee Office is one of the largest House of Lords offices, supporting over 20 select committees at a time, spanning a wide range of policy areas.
This is a position where you will be working at the heart of Parliament. In this exciting role you will have responsibility to suggest and research subjects to be investigated by the committee, write background briefing material, inquiry scoping notes, and help draft reports.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who has a substantive background in international affairs, European and/or defence policy. If you are enthusiastic about working on a fast-paced select committee team, we would love to hear from you! You will have the option of working from home, with a minimum of 2 days a week working on the Parliamentary estate.
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What you’ll get in return
The work we do is vital to House of Lords, and you will be a pivotal member in the team strengthening the work of the House. The House of Lords is the second chamber of the UK parliament. It is independent from and complements the work of the House of Commons to:
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Selection process details
Please complete your online application by 10:00am on Wednesday 14 February.
If you require any reasonable adjustments during the application process, please contact [email protected]
The House of Lords Administration is committed to increasing diversity and maintaining an inclusive workplace culture. We welcome applications from all candidates regardless of their age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender/sex, gender reassignment/trans status, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. The Administration will also consider flexible working arrangements and reasonable adjustments.
We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. For this role we particularly welcome applications from groups which are currently underrepresented within the team, including applications from Black, Asian and ethnic minority candidates and candidates with disabilities.
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