Advocacy Communications Intern | Environmental Communications 

Job Reference: SS2022GCEA5

  • Start date: Monday, July 4th 2022
  • Salary: Above London living wage
  • Type of intern: Graduate level
  • Duration of internship: 3 months (flexible for candidates with university commitments)
  • Number of opportunities available: 1
  • Internship format: Flexible hybrid-working approach, 2-3 days in Office.
  • Office location: We are based in London and Bristol with flexibility over where this role will be based.

    This is an award-winning communications agency with a mission to power positive social and environmental change. We communicate to create impact, make information mean more, and share stories to inspire positive change.

    As a company, everything we do is to scale the solutions we need to tackle the biggest climate challenges we face – from scaling new innovations and technologies, to calling governments to account, to protecting and restoring nature and biodiversity.

    We are looking for an intern to join Advocacy practice over the summer to drive communications for some of the most exciting and transformational technologies, policy campaigns and government initiatives around the world.

    What you will do:

    Advocacy

    We support campaigners, NGOs, financial institutions and pioneering corporates, with a

    focus on the intersection of climate, nature, policy and finance. We help these organisations to tell their stories – across media and digital channels – to ultimately drive the change we need to ensure a net zero, nature positive world. Our team also focuses on climate justice and enabling young climate activists to get their voices heard by policy-makers, businesses leaders and the general public.

    • An indicative list of likely tasks within your role would be:
    • Media relations
    • Content creation
    • Research
    • Digital scheduling and optimisation
    • Client liaison
    • Reporting and evaluation

    The skills they are looking for: 

    • We are seeking interns at graduate level. (With potential to extend internships beyond the summer.)
    • Good track record in meeting deadlines (i.e. through school work or employment
    • experience)
    • Demonstrable writing and communications skills
    • Social media understanding (have you created your own content? We’d love to hear
    • about it)
    • Proven ability to work in teams to deliver excellent results
    • Proficient in Microsoft software

    Personal specification

    • A believer that communications can make the world a better place.
    • Independent when needed, but always collaborative.
    • Excited to work within a team of mission-driven communications specialists.

    NOTE: You must be a registered Summer Stars candidate to apply for this role.

    If you are not a registered Summer Stars candidate but wish to apply for this role, please email [email protected] directly before submitting an application. You would also need to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK.   

    Applications that are from a non Summer Stars registered candidate will not be accepted. 


    How to apply 

    Please apply with a CV and cover letter (no longer than 250 words) explaining your interest in the position, any relevant experience or transferable skills you may have that makes you suitable for the role. Please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected]

    Please add your full name and the job reference in the subject line. Applications submitted without a full name and job reference will not be considered. 

    Job Reference Number: SS2022GCEA5

    Roles will remain open until Monday, May 23rd (11:59pm) so please be sure to apply as early as possible as strong candidates will be selected and interviewed on a rolling basis. Once the position has been filled, the role will be closed.

    For candidates shortlisted for an interview and moved on to the next stage of the recruitment process, if available, further information will be provided about the internship opportunity and the name of the employer will be revealed so further research and preparation can be done.