Working for ICCAN

From time to time ICCAN has vacancies that are open to Civil Servants and external applicants. Current vacancies are listed below.

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Apply by 11:55pm on 17 April 2020

Are you an experienced analyst with a background in public health? Do you want to build and drive a new programme of work? Do you have a passion for assessing and challenging existing evidence?

At ICCAN we are building the evidence base on the link between aviation noise and health.

We’re looking for a Senior Analyst (civil service grade 7) to research, analyse and report on the health impacts of noise from aviation. This will involve conducting a wide range of projects on health, well-being and quality of life, as well as liaising with a range of experts, industry stakeholders, academics and communities.

Salary:  Minimum £47,584 per annum (plus benefits, civil service pension scheme, 25 days annual leave, flexible working hours)

Key dates: Apply before 11.55pm on Friday 17 April 2020. Interviews are due to be held on 13 and 14 May, 2020.

In line with current government guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic, interviews for this vacancy are likely to be held online. Further details will be provided to candidates who are invited to interview, and as far as is possible, arrangements will be made for those without access to suitable technology.

How to apply: Download the full job description and apply via the Civil Service Jobs website.

For information, or if you wish to discuss this role further, please contact: chief.analyst@iccan.gov.uk

About us: The Independent Commission on Civil Aviation Noise (ICCAN) was established in January 2019 as an Advisory Non-Departmental Public Body, to act as a credible, authoritative voice on aviation noise. ICCAN’s aim is improve public trust and confidence in how aviation noise is managed in the UK. It is uniquely placed to bring industry, communities, regulators together to develop best practice and make recommendations to government.

Apply by 11:55pm on 27 April 2020

Are you an experienced and highly motivated Policy Adviser? Do you have experience of policy development and implementation? Can you turn evidence into robust recommendations?

We’re looking for a part-time Policy Adviser to identify the key challenges in the discussion on aviation noise and to make recommendations for them. This will require excellent policy, project management, presentation, report writing and communication skills. Your ability to pick up technical issues at pace will allow you to support ICCAN’s senior management to deliver their corporate strategy.

Salary: £37,803 per annum (plus benefits, Civil Service Pension Scheme, 25 days annual leave, flexible working hours)

Key dates: Interviews dates to be confirmed

In line with current government guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic, interviews for this vacancy are likely to be held online. Further details will be provided to candidates who are invited to interview, and as far as is possible, arrangements will be made for those without access to suitable technology.

How to apply: Download the full job description and apply via the Civil Service Jobs website.

If you wish to discuss this role further or require further information please contact emma.strahan@iccan.gov.uk

About us: The Independent Commission on Civil Aviation Noise (ICCAN) was established in January 2019 as an Advisory Non-Departmental Public Body, to act as a credible, authoritative voice on aviation noise. ICCAN’s aim is improve public trust and confidence in how aviation noise is managed in the UK. It is uniquely placed to bring industry, communities, regulators together to develop best practice and make recommendations to government.

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