LAMMA is the UK’s largest agricultural trade show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to be found in one location anywhere in the UK.
Campaigns and Policy Assistant (Graduate Scheme) 1
London, United Kingdom
Our Graduate Scheme is a great opportunity to start your career. Working within our influential and respected Campaigns and Policy, and Communications Departments, the successful candidates will work on various campaigns and projects. You will work on policy areas such as planning, transport, energy, litter, farming and landscape, with the overall aim of protecting and enhancing the English countryside and natural environment. We are seeking three talented and ambitious graduates to join us in roles which provide practical hands-on experience in one of England’s most influential charities. We have designed this scheme to help those new to the sector gain an understanding of campaigning and policy development and the skills these requires, whilst helping us to deliver our cutting-edge influencing and advocacy projects. The three posts will give a combination of campaigns, policy, communications, government affairs and research experience during the 12 months, with the precise mix depending on the candidates skills and interests and on organisational need. You will receive training to fulfil crucial aspects of your role, participate in a range of events and seminars with internal and external speakers concerning various topics affecting the English countryside, and be allocated an internal mentor to help ensure you make the most of your time with us. If you would like to apply for this role, please complete the application form referring to the information found in the role profile. CVs will not be considered. For an application form and all the relevant documents for this role visit our jobs page. Closing date: Midday, Monday 2 July 2018 Interview dates: Monday 30, Tuesday 31 July and Wednesday 1 August 2018 Start date: 19 September (some flexibility may be possible, depending on individual circumstances)