As Specialist, Regulatory Affairs, you will be responsible for protecting and enhancing Virgin Atlantic’s interests in the economic regulation of airports and airspace, with a focus on Heathrow and Gatwick. Reporting to the Director of External Affairs, you will be working on high profile issues that matter to our customers and the business, like the funding and delivery of Heathrow expansion, the CAA’s H7 Heathrow price control review, and the CAA’s RP3’ NATS regulatory review. You will lead on defined policy issues, with the recently launched government aviation strategy consultation process an immediate priority.
Economic regulation of airports and airspace
You will be working as part of a small team alongside our senior leaders and external stakeholders, so we’re looking for someone confident, articulate and persuasive. We are looking for an Economics graduate (or equivalent) or someone with experience in an analytical role who is just as comfortable producing a well-evidenced detailed consultation response as they are presenting and speaking in one-on-one and large meetings.
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