Job vacancies


In this exceptionally challenging market, we recognise that there are limited opportunities and a significant number of candidates searching for opportunities. We invite you to get in touch and have a frank and open conversation with us about your career plans. We can also provide a comprehensive outplacement service for candidates who have been made redundant or are at risk, needing additional support.

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Our current vacancies will be displayed on this page, but we also work with various clients on a ‘watching brief’ basis – in particular, we would be interested to hear from exceptional candidates who have agency or in-house experience in the following areas:

Corporate Communications
Public Relations
Internal Communications
Change Communications
Employee Engagement

Send your CV over (with salary info and when you are available to start a new role) to Andrew, Vicki or Rebecca (contact details below), and we will be back in touch to let you know if we have any clients who might be keen to have a chat with you.

Director of Communications and Brand

Ref: AHIC242
Location: London, with flexible working
Salary: circa £110k

Our client, an impressive AIM-listed business services firm, is seeking its first Director of Corporate Communications & Brand, to help build and enhance the reputation of the business externally and develop a leading internal communications and EVP strategy internally.

Based across over 70 locations internationally and operating in 14 markets, this is a significant business with ambitious growth plans.

This role will have responsibility for all internal and external communications as well as investor relations (although this won’t be a large part of the role). The role manages a direct team of 3, with a further 3 dotted line reports in from some of the larger businesses in the group. There is also a community of communicators to influence.

You will be working with the leadership team and CEO daily so will need to be confident in your ability and able to influence at all levels within the organisation. Ideally, this will be the perfect next career step for someone who has managed Corporate Comms for a division of a FTSE or equivalent, or who has been a Corporate Communications deputy within a smaller FTSE 350 or AIM-listed business and is looking to develop into the number 1 job.

You have to be agile, keen to grow as the role and business expands, passionate about the impact that great comms can have both internally and externally, and willing to be working highly strategically one minute and immersed in tactical delivery the next. As such the role needs someone who is flexible, creative, and agile.

For more information and to apply, please email including your CV and current salary information.

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Internal Communications Manager, Private Equity

Ref: RTIC241
Location: London, with flexible working
Salary: £60k – £80k

Rare opportunity to join a mid-sized organisation as their first internal comms manager – a clean slate to set comms up, run the strategy and deliver on it. Our client is a global leading private equity firm specialising in sustainable infrastructure in emerging markets, primarily in Latin America, Asia and Africa. You’ll be working across the global employee base to set up internal comms channels, manage the strategy, and coach senior leaders.

You should have good international internal comms experience, be willing to roll your sleeves up (this is not purely a strategic role), and have an entrepreneurial spirit. An interest in the renewables/energy sector would be great, but no private equity experience is required. This is a brilliant opportunity to step up into a stand-alone role within a growing business. P

Candidates must be willing to travel to London a couple of days per week.

For more information and to apply please email including your CV and current salary information.

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Senior Consultant – Change & Internal Communications

Ref: AHIC239
Location: London, with flexible working
Salary: £55k to £65k

This is a fantastic role for a curious, commercial internal communications practitioner who is passionate about the profession, really values the difference good internal communications and employee engagement can make to an organisation’s success, and who is ready to take the next step in their career.

You will come from either an agency or in-house background. Your current role will probably be Internal Communications Manager or Consultant / Account Manager within an agency, or possibly you are forging an interim career and want to accelerate this by joining a consultancy or agency.

Our client is a leading communications agency with a dedicated, specialist Internal Communications & Engagement practice that supports clients globally. You could be instrumental in helping them achieve successful change, or delivering impactful events, launching meaningful values that employees connect with, or launching new learning platforms or digital channels. The work is varied and exciting and you will be working with an inspiring team in an agency that genuinely values diversity and is truly collaborative.

For more information and to apply please email including your CV and current salary information.

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Employee Communications and Engagement Manager, Retail

Ref: RTIC238
Maternity cover – fixed term contract
Salary: £60k to £70k pro rata

An incredible opportunity to join one of the oldest and most iconic global retail brands as a comms and engagement manager (c. 9 months FTC). You will lead internal comms and engagement across this global organisation, developing strategies and bringing the brand to life from the inside out.

With the support of two direct reports, you will work closely with HR and the Executive team to design events, channels, and experiences that drive forward employee engagement and support an environment of sustainable performance.

You will need to have significant experience in an internal comms role, and have some line management experience. You must be digitally savvy, an exceptional writer, and be flexible, resilient, and calm. You should be passionate about bringing brands to life through engaging employees. The location is flexible but you should be able to travel to London a few days per week. Salary up to £70k pro rata plus excellent benefits and discounts.

For more information and to apply please email including your CV and current salary information.

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Comms and Engagement Senior Consultant, Professional Services

Ref: RTIC223
Salary: up to £55k

If you’ve been working in a comms role for a few years and want to step up into a busy, varied, high-profile role that will give you experience in a variety of different sectors, and complex transformation projects, then this is the one for you.

Our client, a global professional services firm, is looking for three senior consultants to join their very successful comms and engagement team. You will be working with a wide range of clients, across the full range of comms – but with a primary focus on change, internal comms and engagement.

You will need to be very comfortable navigating your way around large complex organisations, with proven experience of working in that type of environment. Resilience and flexibility will be key to success in this role, as well as being able to translate comms theory into practice. The role is London-based, but with flexibility. There may be a need to travel to client sites.

To apply, please email, including your CV and current salary information.

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