Specialist Adviser – Asset Stripping
6 May 2020
The Foreign Affairs Select Committee (FAC) is inviting expressions of interest from individuals interested in being a specialist adviser to the Committee's inquiry into The FCO’s role in blocking foreign asset stripping in the UK.
The Committee would like to hear from individuals with expert knowledge of economic diplomacy strategy, international company law and regulation, and technology, preferably cyber-security. The ability to provide clear and concise advice orally and in writing to politicians and/or senior decision-makers is essential.
As a specialist adviser, you will be working with the Committee secretariat on an ad hoc basis to provide authoritative advice in relation to this inquiry. Only in exceptional circumstances would you be asked to do more than two days' work in a particular week. You would be paid a daily honorarium on the basis of work done.
Examples of the types of work you may be asked to do include:
- Commenting on drafts produced by the Committee secretariat;
- Writing briefing notes for the Committee;
- Attend Committee meetings and provide oral briefings when required.
To express interest please send a CV, covering letter and a declaration of relevant interests to the email address below. In your covering letter you should set out how your expertise is relevant to this inquiry, an indication of the amount of time you could realistically devote to Committee work and your ability to take on work at short notice if required.
Your declaration of interests should include anything that a reasonable person might consider could influence the advice you give the Committee. For example, a relevant financial interest or active membership of a relevant campaign group or political party. Declared interests from successful applicants will be published.
Deadline for applications
Expressions of interest should be sent to email@example.com no later than 5pm on 18 May. If you have any questions about the role you can contact the Committee team on 020 7219 0447.
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