Account Manager, Advocacy 

About Greenhouse

Greenhouse is an award-winning communications consultancy using the power of communications to drive social and environmental change. We work collaboratively with organizations aligned with our mission by developing communications programmes and campaigns to transform ideas into positive climate action.

Our vision is a bright and sustainable future where people and planet thrive, by shifting the world, its industries, policy makers, and people, to net zero by 2030.

We are a B Corp and we believe that business can be a force for good. We’re not like other agencies; our purpose is to have a positive impact on the world. It’s why we won Best Green Communications Agency of the Year and PRCA Specialist Consultancy of the Year.

We have two thriving offices in the UK running global campaigns for our clients across key sectors critical to the transition to net zero. From energy and clean tech, transport, finance, food and agriculture, oceans, to nature-based solutions, and climate justice.

We support radical collaboration and our goal is to work with all types of organisations, from start-ups to multinationals, from foundations to NGOs, to promote climate action to accelerate a zero-carbon economy with the potential to drive decarbonisation.

The Role: Account Manager, Advocacy

Greenhouse is looking for an outstanding communications professional who is passionate about driving climate and nature positive action, with a focus on how we transform markets and systems away from fossil fuels. We are looking for someone to bring an interest, knowledge and passion for sustainable finance to the team.

We need someone who is creative, strategic and with excellent project management skills to join our smart and dedicated team to help deliver integrated communications campaigns for leading opinion formers and change makers.

Your natural passion will mean that you are curious about new ideas and eager to effect change. You’ll be keen to learn and flex with the needs of the team or challenge. You'll stay on top of stories and trends and be passionate about sharing your knowledge with the team.

As a core team member, you will embody our values ensuring you behave and communicate in a way that is Inclusive, Motivated, Passionate, Authentic, Collaborative and Tenacious.

As a developing manager, you will impact the success of both our campaigns and team. Ultimately you will be driven to create brilliant work.

Required skills and experience

  • Established experience in a communications role, with some experience of financial markets and / or campaigning – preferably in a previous agency role.
  • Proven passion for making a difference to the planet and people.   
  • Project management: ability to turn strategic communications plans into action and impact-led campaigns. 
  • Languages: fluency in at least one foreign language.  
  • Client servicing: acting as the go-to client contact, building trust and solid relationships.  
  • Digital communications: ability to advise and support across a range of channels. 
  • Media relations: nurturing media relations, staying on top of trends, and an understanding of what makes a good story. 
  • Team management: providing direction and counsel for junior colleagues. 
  • Writing skills: ability to write compelling press releases, blogs and articles. 
  • Confident presenter: in client meetings, with stakeholders and internally. 
  • Insights and research: ability to analyse research and data to create messaging and content for a range of audiences.  
  • Commercial awareness: supporting senior team in delivering campaigns on budget. 
  • Business development: build external contacts and new business opportunities, supporting proposals and pitches. 

Salary and benefits

  • £32,000 - £45,000 (dependant on location and experience). 
  • Flexible working: core hours 10am-4pm with 2-3 days per week expected in the office.  
  • Early finish Fridays (finish at 3pm every Friday). 
  • 25 days holiday (plus your birthday and office closure between Christmas and New Year). 
  • Additional paid holiday for Slow Travel (travelling via means other than flight). 
  • Bupa private healthcare. 
  • Access to Bupa cashplan (savings on everyday healthcare expenses). 
  • Ethical pension scheme with Aviva. 
  • £100 annual budget for creative development. 
  • Cycle to work scheme. 
  • Benefit in kind EV car club. 
  • Weekly yoga classes. 
  • Office perks such as breakfast, organic fruit, socials. 

Our Location

We are based in London and Bristol with flexibility over where this role will be based. We operate a flexible hybrid-working approach, but you will be expected to spend an average of 2-3 days a week in the office. You can apply for greater flexible working in accordance with your personal circumstances.

How to apply

Please get in touch with your CV and a cover letter telling us about why you are interested and what you would bring to the role to

The diversity of our workforce is important to us, and we particularly encourage candidates from Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse backgrounds or Disabled, D/deaf and/or neurodivergent people.

To help us track the background of our applicants, we would appreciate you completing a short survey along with your application. This will also help us to offer you the appropriate support if you are successfully invited for an interview. 

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