Welsh Government Placement: Clean Air Evidence: development of new monitoring and assessment service

Deadline extended: Expressions of interest welcomed at any time for this post.

The Air Quality Policy Branch is responsible for developing national and local air quality policy and legislation. Air quality is a high profile policy area and work is continuing to implement Wales’ first Clean Air Plan and develop a Clean Air (Wales) Bill. This includes developing national-scale air quality monitoring and assessment capabilities to support targeted action on air pollution. The post will provide opportunities to work with internal and external partners to develop the air quality assessment proposals and the potential statutory functions to be included in a Clean Air (Wales) Bill.

Purpose of post: The post holder will work extensively with academia, public bodies, non-governmental organisations and across Welsh and UK governments.  With support and direction, the post holder will help to build valuable working relationships, broaden their knowledge and understanding of Welsh Government policy work and have the opportunity to identify and develop initiatives to support the effective delivery of evidence-based policy

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