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Policy Connect is a cross-party think tank improving people’s lives by influencing public policy. We collaborate with Government and Parliament, through our APPGs, and across the public, private and third sectors to develop our policy ideas. We work in health; education & skills; industry, technology & innovation, and sustainability policy.

Policy Connect is not-for-profit, cross-party, a London living wage employer and a Member of Social Enterprise UK.

Our research findings have been covered by Channel 4 News, the Times on Sunday, and the Telegraph so far this year, and we drive policy impact through working with stakeholders like Andy Haldane, Dr Eric Topol, Minister Chris Skidmore MP and Mary Creagh MP.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified individuals regardless of race, gender, sex, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, marital status or civil partnership or pregnancy/parental leave.

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Working with the Policy Connect team

Policy Connect offers an open, vibrant work environment close to the heart of UK politics. In a team of 25 staff, you will experience the buzz of working in Westminster and the passion of working to make a change to people’s lives for the better.

Our team gets to have great influence shaping the policy field and work across Policy Connect in developing the direction of the role. 


Project Coordinator, Health Policy

Policy Connect is looking for someone to play an important role in supporting the All-Party Parliamentary Health Group (APHG) and increasingly to help with the development of new Policy Connect health projects. You will also work across Policy Connect on cross-cutting themes in support of our work on health policy. The team comprises Managers and Researchers working in public health policy matters.

This is a creative role that demands initiative: liaising with a wide variety of stakeholders, coordinating an interesting, relevant parliamentary meeting programme and leading our online communications such as monitoring services and policy area research. It is an exciting opportunity to interact regularly with Parliamentarians and key stakeholders across the health sector and keep abreast of political and policy developments.

Job Description

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The All-Party Parliamentary Health Group (APHG)

The APHG is a cross-party forum that brings together parliamentarians and senior health leaders to discuss key issues on the NHS, health reform and future trends. It is comprised of members of all political parties, providing information with balance and impartiality. It was established almost two decades ago.

To inform better policy making the Group:

  • Provides a forum for MPs and Peers to hear directly from senior health leaders and experts: to better understand health policy and scrutinise the system as necessary.
  • Informs and educates stakeholders on longer term developments in health.
  • Disseminates the latest health information from Parliament.

The APHG is one of the most active All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) in Parliament and works closely with distinguished health and policy experts. We run a busy programme of events and provide expert monitoring for stakeholders.

It focuses on cross-cutting issues and the NHS reform agenda. It is involved where the conversation is and does not drive it.

Industries you will work with

  • Parliament and politicians
  • Health groups and charities
  • Pharmaceutical, health, tech/digital industry
  • Higher education institutions
  • Public affairs/media
  • Civil Service
  • Third sector

Job focus

  • Events and Parliamentary meeting programme
  • Stakeholder management
  • Working with high level health specialists
  • Development of new Policy Connect health projects
  • Communications and social media
  • Policy areas:
    • NHS long term plan
    • Digital health technology developments
    • Public health and prevention
    • NHS workforce
    • Life sciences/industrial strategy
    • Health and social care
    • Healthcare legislation and system review
Due to high volumes of applicants, we sometimes find it difficult to respond to everyone. If you do not hear back from us within three weeks of an application closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful. Read more about how we manage applicant data here.