To reflect the emerging challenges and opportunities for the drug and alcohol sector, as we move into an increasingly turbulent economic and political environment, Collective Voice will be expanding its capacity.
We are delighted to announce that the first in a series of developments will be a new policy post, to support the CEO, based with Change Grow Live, one of Collective Voice’s core member organisations. This post will dramatically improve our ability to respond to emerging opportunities, enable us to invest time in long term strategic influencing, and enhance our visibility to the sector, the media and the public.
The post is for a Policy Officer on a one-year fixed-term contract, based in London King’s Cross. For more information please see the job listing on the Change Grow Live website.
In the near future we expect to make further announcements about the investment Collective Voice partners are making to improve our capacity to represent the sector and service users interests.
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