Date Added: 20 November 2023
: 8 December 2023
Job Title: Analyst, Advocacy Local
Working For: SEC Newgate UK
Length of Contract: Permanent
We are SEC Newgate
An insights and research-driven global strategic communications and advocacy group. We have over 1,200 people worldwide, working across 50 offices in 22 different countries. We work at the nexus of business, politics, communities, markets and media to deliver positive outcomes.
There are many things we feel passionately about but one that links them all together is respect. Respect for each other, ourselves, our clients, our suppliers, the environment we work in, the communities we operate in, and respect for everyone that is impacted by our actions.
We are looking for an Analyst who has a strong interest in local public affairs to join our Advocacy Local team in London.
Ideal for someone who thrives on engagement with members of the public and who can communicate with people in a clear, concise, and empathetic manner. In this role you will support the team with day- to-day tasks to contribute towards the smooth running of client accounts whilst gaining an insight into what the business does, and the tools used to deliver results for clients.
A few key elements of the role will include producing high-quality research and analysis to build effective strategies and create communications collateral to support the delivery of impactful campaigns. You will also monitor relevant media to develop an understanding of the types of stories being covered by key publications, and actively seek out opportunities for client’s activity reports.
Ideal for you if you:
Have a particular interest and enthusiasm for local and national politics.
Are inquisitive and have a willingness to learn.
Are a competent writer who can deliver first drafts of relevant documents according to briefs provided.
Have strong research skills and the ability to write in a clear, concise, and accurate manner.
Have strong organisational and time management skills.
Have some experience in either politics, the media, or the property, energy and infrastructure sectors but not essential.
Have some experience of a public facing role.
Closing Date: 8 December 2023
To apply, please follow the link. Applications close 8th December 2023 but we may appoint before then.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, or disability.