The Federation is fighting for the arts, creative industries and cultural education in every corner of government as these turbulent political times continue to throw up new challenges and opportunities.
As deputy head of policy and public affairs you will work closely with the policy director, the communications and strategy director, and other members of the team, to develop the policy aims of the Federation and strengthen relationships across all government departments.
You will work closely with the director of communications and strategy, the digital content and social media officer and other members of the team to devise and deliver the key messages of the Creative Industries Federation to members, government and the wider public.
The Federation has launched 'Social Mobility and the Skills Gap - Creative Education Agenda 2016', a paper demonstrating how the current focus on the EBacc are limiting the life chances of the next generation and will not achieve the Prime Minister’s ambitions for greater social mobility.
Date: Friday, November 11, 2016
Venue: Bloomberg, City Gate House, 39-45 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1PQ
Date: Monday, 21 November 2016
Times: 8.30am arrival for 9.00am start, 10.00am finish
Venue: The Mayfair Hotel, Stratton St, London W1J 8LT