Communications Officer, Green Alliance

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Location: London, hybrid working (in the office for at least two days a week)
Salary details: £34,663-38,017pa
  • Full-Time

Experienced comms enthusiast needed

We are looking for a creative individual to play a pivotal role in crafting, editing and producing content able to influence the UK’s senior decision makers to raise their environmental ambitions.

To be successful in this role, you will already have solid experience of building impactful narratives and telling compelling stories to promote the work of an organisation, adapting your writing style for different audiences.

You will work at the heart of our team, collaborating closely with our senior staff and project leaders, supporting them to maximise the reach and impact of their work. Your skill and attention to detail will ensure we always produce outputs to the highest professional standard. And your sound judgement will help us to guard Green Alliance’s reputation and brand integrity.

Ideally, you will have a good understanding of and keen interest in environmental policy and politics.

Green Alliance is a charity, independent think tank and advocate, committed to achieving a greener future. We believe that ambitious political leadership is the route to change at the speed and scale necessary.

We play a central role in shaping the natural environment, low carbon and resource policy agendas in the UK and are known for our cross party influence and the clarity of our insights.

We aim to create a supportive and collaborative culture that allows people to reach their full potential, and to provide an inclusive working environment where diversity is valued and everyone is able to thrive.

At Green Alliance we believe that a diverse team leads to higher quality policy development and advocacy for the environment. We value the breadth of lived experience of our staff and support people to thrive.  We encourage applications from all sections of society, particularly those from working-class backgrounds and people of colour who are under-represented in the environment and think tank sectors, to help us achieve our vision of a green and prosperous UK for all.

Please note that we can only accept applications from individuals with the right to work in the UK. We are unable to sponsor working visa applications.

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