About Hanbury Strategy
Described as ‘one of the most exciting start-ups in Public Affairs for some years’ Hanbury is a fast-growth consultancy with brilliant people and stellar clients.
Hanbury is a strategic advisory firm that provides political analysis and insight to help businesses navigate a time of global change; manages all aspects of communications to help firms tell their story; and builds winning campaigns to help shape public opinion.
What’s on offer
● A 3 month long internship with our Insight or Public Affairs and Communications teams.
● You will have the opportunity to work directly on client projects.
● Learn from the most senior and experienced people in the business.
● Be given a one-on-one mentor responsible for your development during your time with us.
● Be paid London living wage.
● Get fully involved in our culture and have access to virtual activities such as cooking classes, fitness classes and many more.
● You will work across our communications and public affairs teams.
● You will be supporting these teams in servicing clients.
● Researching, analysing and collating political outputs from Westminster, Whitehall and the regulators.
● Taking part in brainstorms to come up with new story ideas for clients.
● Contributing to the drafting of briefings, stakeholder maps and client updates.
● Monitoring the media for key developments relating to clients.
The ideal Intern will
● Have a passion for politics.
● Have a desire to learn new things.
● Have the ability to work well within teams.
● Be excited by the opportunity to work on new projects.
● Have a strong work ethic.
● Anybody over the age of 18.
● You don’t need a degree or any work experience.
How to apply
To apply, simply answer the five questions below and send your completed answers to email@example.com. Please do not send a C.V. Applications will close at 23:59 GMT on Sunday 7th February 2021.
Questions 250 words per answer:
– Why Hanbury?
– Outline a policy change you think the Government should adopt – giving detail of what the change is and an argument for why it should be made.
– What do you think is the biggest threat to Boris Johnson’s premiership?
– Give an example of when you were a good teammate.
– Outline an achievement you’re most proud of.