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Current job vacancies

Job Title: Stakeholder Engagement Adviser, Wales
Directorate: Electoral Administration and Guidance
Contract: Full time, Permanent
Salary: £31,453 per annum
Location: Cardiff
Closing Date: Saturday 9 December 2023 at 11.59pm

Are you interested in being part of a small team in an organisation that plays a vital role in the democratic process? 

We are looking for an adviser to join our team who will play a key role in supporting the Electoral Commission's work in Wales during an exciting time for Welsh democracy. You will be a good communicator who can respond quickly to a range of queries from our stakeholders. You will enjoy supporting the rest of the team and thrive on carrying out a variety of tasks. 

You will be proactive and enthusiastic about working with stakeholders and delivering outcomes to meet our objectives.

You will also be self-motivated to progress your own projects and responsibilities, and a team player who is happy to support the work of others and contribute across the organisation.

We are looking for a candidate who is engaged and effective and who will keep others informed about their area of work.

Find out more on how to apply and view the job application.


Job Title: Communications Officer (Campaigns and Corporate Identity)
Directorate: Communications, Policy and Research
Contract: Full time, Permanent
Salary: £32,900 per annum
Location: London
Closing Date: Wednesday 13 December 2023 at 11:59pm

Are you an ambitious communicator looking to develop your career at an organisation playing a vital role in our democracy?

We are seeking a Communications Officer to join our Campaigns and Corporate Identity team.

You will need to be proactive and enthusiastic, able to manage work within your brief and to juggle conflicting requirements of different stakeholders to deliver outcomes that meet our objectives. This is exciting and fast paced work which is vital in supporting our democracy and public awareness of elections.

You will also need to be self-motivated to progress your own projects, alongside supporting the work of others and contributing across the organisation. You will be able to develop new skills and apply for training opportunities as well as get involved in things that interest you in the wider Commission.

Find out more on how to apply and view the job application.


Job Title: Regulatory Support Manager
Directorate: Regulatory Support
Salary: £51,363 (London)/ £48,468 (Homebased)
Contract type: Full time/ Fixed term until 25 August 2024
Location: London or homebased 
Closing Date: Monday 18 December 2023 at 23:59

We have an exciting opportunity for a Regulatory Support Manager on a fixed term basis until late August 2024.

You’ll lead work to identify and deliver proactive engagement and support opportunities for regulated stakeholders which will have the greatest impact on compliance with the rules. These proactive opportunities could include: workshops, forums, targeted events, roundtables, etc.

You’ll support the Head of Regulatory Support to build and maintain relationships with a diverse range of political parties, campaigners, and other Regulation stakeholders in order to deliver effective, risk-led, constituent, proportionate and robust proactive support tools with the aim of securing compliance with the rules on political finance.

You’ll have excellent collaboration skills and be able to build productive relationships easily with people at all levels and engage effectively with other functions across the organisation. In addition, you will be confident in proposing and initiating new ideas, activities or projects, as well as respond positively and effectively to changing circumstances.

Find out more on how to apply and view the job application.

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