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NFU is now recruiting a Policy Advisor

NFU is now recruiting a driven, analytical and independent Policy Advisor 

NFU, Nordic Financial Unions, builds cooperation among its member unions in the finance and insurance sectors and promotes their interests in Europe. NFU is now seeking a Policy Advisor to join the Secretariat in Stockholm. If you have experience from working with policy analysis and research and share the vision of making the financial sector prosper in a way that is sustainable for employees, companies, consumers and society, then we will be happy to hear from you.  

NFU has a small but skilled secretariat working in an ever-changing international context. Therefore, the position entails significant responsibilities and great opportunities to influence the work of NFU and the contents of the position. 

The Policy Advisor is responsible for a wide array of tasks relating to NFU’s key policy priorities. You will drive NFU’s research and monitoring to support our knowledge build-up and political impact in close cooperation with your colleagues in NFU and the member unions. You share the fundamental trade union values and have the energy and desire to make a difference. 

The position involves initiating and producing policy analysis and research; driving and coordinating NFU activities with external stakeholders; maintaining and expanding a network of Nordic and European colleagues and contacts; organising seminars, meetings and conferences within NFU and managing NFU´s communication including through social media. The position requires occasional travel. 

Qualifications: You have a university degree (for example in economy, political science or law) and relevant work experience. Experience from research and/or policy analysis is key, as is knowledge of the Nordic model, understanding of the trade union movement and the financial sector. In addition to good command of a Scandinavian language, working knowledge of English (written and spoken) is required.  

NFU offers competitive wages and sound working conditions in a dynamic and international setting. This is a permanent assignment, preferably starting from March 1stNFU has a collective agreement. The trade union representative is Vasilka Lalevska, +46 70 270 75 66. 

Deadline and interview dates: Please send your application and your CV in English to General Secretary Carin Hallerström (cha@nordicfinancialunions.org) no later than January 15thInterviews will be held in the last week of January in Stockholm.

If you have questions about the position and NFU, please contact Carin Hallerström, +46 76 144 34 57 or visit www.nordicfinancialunions.org. 

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