Action on Smoking and Health Scotland
Action on Smoking and Health Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC010412

ASH Scotland is an independent Scottish charity working in partnership to protect people from the harm caused by tobacco.

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Policy and Public Affairs Officer

  • Full time
  • £29,041 – £33,202
  • Based in Edinburgh
  • Closing 17th July 2019

Action on Smoking and Health Scotland (ASH Scotland) is the independent Scottish health charity working for a Scotland free from the harm and inequality caused by tobacco – could you help us to achieve that vision?

Following a restructure, we are seeking to recruit this post to our Policy, Information and Communications Team.

If you are experienced in developing and communicating evidence-based policy, then we’d like to talk to you. This role will also include parliamentary liaison and communications with a wide range of audiences. Excellent written and spoken communication skills are essential for this post.

The ASH Scotland staff team of 19 employees is based in central Edinburgh. Our work is funded by grants from the Scottish Government, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and others. Our current organisational strategy prioritises improving mental health, reducing poverty, raising the next generation tobacco-free, culture change and driving action in partnership.

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Information and Research Officer

  • Full time or Part time
  • £29,041 – £33,202
  • Based in Edinburgh
  • Closing 17th July 2019

Action on Smoking and Health Scotland (ASH Scotland) is the independent Scottish health charity working for a Scotland free from the harm and inequality caused by tobacco – could you help us to achieve that vision?

Following a restructure, we are seeking to recruit this post to our Policy, Information and Communications Team.

We are keen to hear from experienced researchers who can help support our evidence-based approach to policy and communications. Additionally, this role will be responsible for developing and delivering the information service we provide to partners and other audiences, researching, collating and disseminating information about latest developments in tobacco and other health harming commodities.

The ASH Scotland staff team of 19 employees is based in central Edinburgh. Our work is funded by grants from the Scottish Government, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and others. Our current organisational strategy prioritises improving mental health, reducing poverty, raising the next generation tobacco-free, culture change and driving action in partnership.

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