Regulatory Support Advisor (Stakeholders)
  • Employer: Electoral Commission, The
  • Reference: PEF/COM/36
  • Published: Wed 14/04/2021, 23:15 PM
  • Closing on: Fri 07/05/2021, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Flexible Hours, Full Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week, excluding breaks
  • Salary: £31,054
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: London, Corporation of London

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Regulatory Support Advisor (Stakeholders)

Regulatory Support Adviser (Stakeholders)
Starting Salary: £31,054
Permanent, Full Time
Location: London

Are you interested in joining an organisation playing a vital role in the democratic process? It has been a busy time at the Electoral Commission, with a number of significant electoral events having taken place recently. Now is a really exciting time to be joining The Electoral Commission and we have two roles in a new team delivering our support strategy to our regulated stakeholders.

The role

This is a great opportunity to join a new team and be part of strengthening the Commission’s work to better support its regulated stakeholders. The Regulatory Support Team is responsible for delivery of the regulatory Support Strategy. The Strategy is about listening and providing support in order to better meet the needs of the regulated community.

As part of this new team you will be responsible for co-ordinating and planning stakeholder engagement to ensure greater understanding and compliance with the rules. You will be involved in developing new initiatives and developing new tools to ensure that communication to stakeholders is clear and user friendly. This includes working towards a long term strategy to ensure the Commission continues to meet the needs of its stakeholders.

This is a new stream of work within the Commission and the role is an opportunity to ensure that we are really meeting the needs of our stakeholders, delivering transparency to voters and making compliance with the rules as easy as possible.


Role requirements

  • Experience of developing and maintaining good relationships with external stakeholders
  • Experience of providing information to the public in a variety of formats
  • Proficient level of IT skills including MS Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Strong organisational skills including the ability to juggle multiple tasks, prioritise and organise workloads effectively
  • Strong analytical and problem solving ability
  • Good oral communication and interpersonal skills
  • Political sensitivity, tact and discretion, particularly in dealing with sensitive issues


Working at the Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission is the independent body which oversees elections and regulates political finance in the UK. We work to promote public confidence in the democratic process and to ensure its integrity.

We offer excellent terms and conditions, including flexible working hours and the opportunity to join the Civil Service pension arrangements (dependant on scheme rules).

The closing date for applications is 11.59pm, Friday 7th May 2021. Interviews will likely be held on the week commencing 17 May 2021.

We would like to continuously increase the diversity of our employees. Applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates are particularly welcomed. 

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