The LIIA Team is Hiring

23/11/2021

LIIA is recruiting for two posts, which will be positioned to support our SEND & Commissioning workstreams, and Your Choice (YC) programme along with providing general support across the LIIA portfolio.

We have a varied and exciting programme of work, delivering research, joint projects and policy advocacy to support children’s services across our London boroughs. These roles are central to our success and will provide applicants to build professional expertise in public policy and children’s services, providing direct exposure to all activities associated with our delivery and service to London’s Local Authorities, and working as part of an expert team.

Apply for the roles here

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