Senior Director - Policy and International
- Do you have a strong understanding of the interplay between law, economics and competition & consumer policy?
- Can you lead the formulation of CMA policy in response to EU Exit, growth in digital markets and the challenge of ensuring competitive markets deliver positive outcomes for consumers?
- Do you have the ability to forge key stakeholder relationships for the CMA in the UK and internationally
If so, then we have a hugely exciting opportunity, at a historic moment for the CMA, which is currently undergoing a significant phase of growth as we prepare to take on our new expanded post-EU exit role, strengthening our position as a champion of consumers and a spur to productivity. We have opportunities to embrace and challenges to overcome and want you to be a part of our continued success.
The right candidate will have: proven strategic experience in competition or consumer law, economics or policymaking at a senior level; a track record of leading and delivering a portfolio of complex projects within resource constraints; the ability to communicate effectively and explain complex concepts to a variety of audiences, the ability to inspire and empower staff and; experience of working with policymakers at a senior level.
So, if you are an experienced professional looking for a senior leadership role combining thought leadership and innovation in policy development with making things happen at the sharp end and are as ambitious and optimistic as we are about the future, then we want to hear from you.
To find out more and to apply, please visit (to add link to Civil Service Jobs website) or for a confidential, informal conversation about the role, please contact our retained in-house search consultant, Ajay Jagatia on 07738 101 438 and then click on Apply.
This recruitment is regulated by the Civil Service Commission.
Closing date for applications: 23:59 on 9 December 2018.
The CMA’s location is currently, London (Zone 1). In 2019, the organisation has confirmed an office move to Canary Wharf. This is in response to the government’s property strategy.