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The Creative Industries Federation and Creative England have joined forces, recognising that we will be able to make a greater difference together than would be possible alone. Our overarching mission is to use the UK’s creativity to build a more prosperous, inclusive society and help drive the nation’s sustainable growth. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills

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The Head of Research and Impact is a new senior role leading our research and evaluation, which gives us a unique insight into our world-leading creative industries and the impact we achieve on behalf of the sector. We are looking for someone with experience of leading, conducting and commissioning research that influences changes in policy and practice; communicating research effectively; overseeing the evaluation of practical programmes; and with a good understanding of a range of methodologies. Someone who is inspiring with an analytical mind, and an ability to see the stories behind the data. You will have the opportunity to work directly with the most influential creative individuals and organisations from across the UK’s creative industries, from advertising and architecture through to fashion, film, publishing and video games.

LOCATION*: Bristol, Manchester or Central London. Flexible to other UK locations for the right candidate.

TO APPLY: Download full JD here and Email CV and cover letter to by midday on Monday 5th October 2020


Our Policy & Public Affairs Officer will operate at the very heart of our work. Joining a fast-paced and agile team, you will develop and execute the organisation’s policy and public affairs strategy in close collaboration with leading industry bodies, creative organisations and creators from across the UK.  This means working across all areas of policy, with a core focus on areas that are top priorities for the sector – amongst them immigration, skills and education, business support and finance.


Together with members and industry partners we played a pivotal role in securing the £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund through our unique #OurWorldWithout campaign. This role is an opportunity to be a real game-changer, acting at the forefront of our external comms to implement high-impact campaigns to influence policy-makers, politicians and the general public.

We are a creative, connected, forward thinking and transformational community. This is a truly unique opportunity to join our team, grow our influence and make an impact!

LOCATION: Central London. Appointee may be expected to work remotely from home for their first few months due to Covid-19 workspace changes.

TO APPLY: Download full JD here and Email CV and cover letter to by midday on Monday 5th October 2020