UK Government Competition & Markets Authority £55,500 jobs

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£52,736 - £59,868 a year
  • At any one time, you may focus primarily on one or more of merger, markets and regulatory activity, competition or consumer law enforcement or State Aid.
£70,315 - £77,300 a year
  • At any one time, you may focus primarily on one or more of merger, markets and regulatory activity, competition or consumer law enforcement or State Aid.
  • Representing PING in its appeal to the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal of a decision by the Competition and Markets Authority.
  • Examples of our work include:
Government Commercial Function
Blackpool +1 location
£59,148 - £75,000 a year
  • Cabinet Office, HMT and other government departments.
  • Welcome Message from Gareth Rhys Williams, Government Chief Commercial Officer.
UK Government - Government Commercial Function
London
£60,500 - £74,000 a year
  • Management of Authority Obligations and delivery against them through either BDUK or Local Authority partners;
  • Supplier management and market engagement;
  • Predominantly work in the UK but also overseas when required;
  • Our work includes the specification and evaluation of franchise competitions and single-tender…
  • Monitoring compliance programmes pursuant to agreements entered into with the government.
  • Managing enquiries, investigations and enforcement actions initiated…
London
  • Our role in these competitions spans finance, strategy, commercial and delivery plans.
  • ― Experience working for or with an economic regulator, regulated company…
Government Commercial Function
London
£59,148 - £75,000 a year
  • Background to the Government Commercial Function.
  • Welcome Message from Gareth Rhys Williams, Government Chief Commercial Officer.
  • This is not a reserved post.
Government Commercial Function
Norwich +1 location
£59,148 - £75,000 a year
  • Responsible for leading the UK Government Telecommunications forum for Central Government buyers of Telecommunications services.
  • But tools alone are not enough.