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Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd welcomes all enquiries from those wishing to work with us. We are not only interested to hear from appropriate candidates who would like to work with us on a permanent basis, but also from those who would be prepared to work with us on a freelance consultancy basis from EU and candidate countries.

Current Vacancies

12 Mar

Office Manager

Risk & Policy Analysts Limited (RPA) is an employee owned independent consultancy with an established reputation and proven expertise in the fields of UK & EU policy, economics, environment, chemicals and sustainability.

In May, we are relocating our headquarters to Norwich city centre and so are looking for an Office Manager to oversee our new office from mid-April / early-May onwards.  This is a fantastic opportunity to create, adapt and develop our processes for our new office space.

Risk & Policy Analysts Limited (RPA) is an employee owned independent consultancy with an established reputation and proven expertise in the fields of UK & EU policy, economics, environment, chemicals and sustainability.

In May, we are relocating our headquarters to Norwich city centre and so are looking for an Office Manager to oversee our new office from mid-April / early-May onwards.  This is a fantastic opportunity to create, adapt and develop our processes for our new office space.

The Office Manager will work closely with the Managing Director and Directors to support delivery of services to the wider team and our UK and European clients.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring the smooth running of the Norwich office by establishing, managing and maintaining all relevant processes.  This will include:
    • Answering the phone
    • Booking travel and accommodation for all colleagues
    • Keeping office supplies well maintained
    • Overseeing office administration and filing
    • Performing front of house duties in welcoming clients to the office
    • Dealing with office suppliers as required
    • Maintaining an overall positive impression of the office
  • Providing adhoc support to our serviced London office as required
  • Supporting Directors with basic PA duties (e.g. Minute taking)
  • Supporting Directors and People Managers with HR administration (e.g. filing)
  • Providing back up admin support to the finance team
  • Supporting with tender / proposal administration
  • Using software (e.g. Office 365, PeopleHR) to support business operations as needed

As an individual you will be:

  • Experienced in office management or office administration
  • Highly organised and efficient
  • Friendly, warm and people orientated
  • Self-motivated with high standards in written and verbal communication
  • Flexible and a self starter

The role is full time (37.5 hours a week) but part time hours will be considered where coverage can be provided 5 days a week (e.g. School hours).

Full time salary range is £18k - £22.5k dependant on experience

After 6 months, you will join the employee owned trust and become a co-owner of the business, with the benefits that this brings such as a voice in the future of the company and tax free bonuses

If you are interested please send your CV and a covering letter (REF: RPA Office) to post@rpaltd.co.uk. 

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27 May

Health Economist

Risk & Policy Analysts Limited (RPA) is an employee owned independent consultancy with an established reputation and proven expertise in the fields of UK & EU policy, economics, environment, chemicals and sustainability.

We are currently seeking health economists to join our economist team at the company’s headquarters in Norwich or our London office.  These roles will be expected to work across a range of different sectors, as well as to help develop new sectors.  You will work with our Economics Technical Director and the existing team to develop our health economics processes, methodologies and areas of expertise.

Risk & Policy Analysts Limited (RPA) is an employee owned independent consultancy with an established reputation and proven expertise in the fields of UK & EU policy, economics, environment, chemicals and sustainability.

We are currently seeking health economists to join our economist team at the company’s headquarters in Norwich or our London office.  These roles will be expected to work across a range of different sectors, as well as to help develop new sectors.  You will work with our Economics Technical Director and the existing team to develop our health economics processes, methodologies and areas of expertise.

As a health economist, the essential skills you will need include:

  • Post-graduate qualification in health economic evaluation or related mathematical/statistical discipline (e.g. MSc in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare or Health economics)
  • Relevant experience ideally within the fields of human health and environmental policy;
  • Demonstrable skills in applied economic analysis, including: experience in the valuation of human health and economic modelling techniques, econometrics or statistical analysis;
  • 5 years’ experience in consultancy or similar environment.

Preferable skills also include:

  • Experience of applying economics thinking to impact assessments and evaluations, according to UK and EU guidelines;
  • Experience of successful public tendering within the sector;
  • Leadership and people management;
  • Experience of leading relevant projects for either public or private sector clients;
  • Links and networks within industry, the public sector and/or academia;
  • Excellent written English (other language skills would also be an advantage).
  • Ability to translate the economic theory and modelling to different policy and project contexts.

Salary is competitive and will align with level and experience. Staff are able to take advantage of flexible working arrangements.  After 6 months, you will join the employee owned trust and become a co-owner of the business, with the benefits that this brings such as a voice in the future of the company and tax free bonuses

If you are interested, either contact the Technical Director for Economics or the Managing Director for an initial informal discussion or send your CV and a brief summary of why you are looking to join RPA and what you could contribute to the company (REF: RPA HECO) to post@rpaltd.co.uk

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