Creative Access
Communications analyst

Communications analyst

locationLondon, UK
ExpiresExpires: 11/03/2024
Comms / Marketing / PR
Permanent position
£20,000 to £30,000 per year

Start date: April 2024 


Do you have a deep interest in current affairs? Great analytical and research skills?

Analysts provide the research and analysis on which all our advice rests. They monitor discussion of our clients' interests among media and stakeholders. All analysts produce excellent written work for a range of audiences and channels. They make valuable contributions to internal and external meetings offering both their point of view and organisational skills. 



Research and analysis: finding and drawing insights from data and evidence to inform our advice.

  • Using specialist tools to conduct high quality desk research and media analysis to inform our advice to clients 
  • Reading a wide breadth of industry and client news and monitoring the media landscape to understand the issues clients are facing, including the views of both their critics and supporters 
  • Contributing to the new business process through research 

Strategic thinking: identifying the goal, and implications of different courses of action, to recommend the most effective approach. 

  • Taking into account the client’s overall objectives and core audiences to ensure work and recommendations are relevant and useful 
  • Participating in team discussions to develop strategic and creative thinking for clients 
  • Developing your own interest in areas relevant to our clients and sharing your  insights with clients and internal colleagues (eg. technology, policy or venture capital) 

Written and verbal communication: expressing ideas fluently and persuasively for a range of different audiences and channels 

  • Consistently producing rigorous, accurate and detailed work 
  • Drafting compelling written content and supporting the execution of significant communications moments (e.g. media briefings, frequently asked question docs) 
  • Learning how to tailor the style and content of verbal and written communication to different audiences and channels 
  • Clearly articulating recommendations and processes to implement them 

Project management: planning and delivering priorities to meet agreed goals, timetable and budget 

  • Organising yourself and others to support the delivery of client or internal work in a timely fashion 
  • Taking responsibility for team administration across client and internal needs (e.g. media monitoring, agendas, scheduling calls, tracking work) 
  • Adapting your project management style for different audiences 
  • Effectively practice time management to balance priorities across clients and within projects 
  • Actively communicating to keep teams informed and adapt to issues as they emerge 

Contributing to a collaborative and inclusive work environment 

  • Giving and receiving regular feedback to people at all levels in the firm 
  • Actively seeking input or assistance from others and reflecting their contributions in the work 
  • Demonstrating allyship to all colleagues 
  • Considering the role you can play in equitable career development to everyone in the firm 


Knowledge, skills, experience

  • A fluent command of written and verbal English language 
  • An interest in reputation management and consultancy 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Intellectual curiosity to develop subject matter expertise in new topics 
  • Ability to conduct in-depth research and translate findings into insights 
  • Deep interest in the power of media in storytelling 
  • A highly motivated team member who values collaboration 
  • A desire to seek out feedback in order to learn and develop 
  • Commitment to contributing to a supportive and inclusive culture 
  • Professional experience in public relations is not essential, but exposure to relevant fields is valuable (e.g. public relations, corporate communications, media, policy or research) perhaps via an internship, professional or academic environment 
  • Curiosity and/or experience in the technology industry 


What we offer in return?

We determine our fixed salary bands through annual industry benchmarking to ensure we are compensating our team competitively and fairly. Alongside base salary, our benefits package includes:

  • Competitive and fair base salary determined through annual industry benchmarking 
  • Discretionary twice-yearly bonuses 
  • Professional development opportunities, with access to both expert professional coach and internal training 
  • iPhone 13 and Apple MacBook Air M2 chip
  • 26 days annual leave, plus English Bank Holidays. In addition, we close all our offices over Christmas and New Year giving an additional 7-8 days leave a year 
  • 4% employer pension contribution 
  • Private healthcare insurance with Aviva for yourself and children 
  • An Employee Assistance Programme with 24/7 access to online, phone or face-to-face counselling 
  • Annual eye test and annual flu jab
  • ClassPass membership 
  • Income Protection insurance 
  • Death in Service insurance 
  • 3-day week in the office hybrid policy (Monday, Tuesday & Thursdays mandatory) 
  • Variety of team events, such as charity socials, external speakers and firm celebrations 


Creating a diverse, equitably and inclusive environment is core to our values, culture and success as an employee owned business. We want to empower everyone in the team to share their best thinking and ideas, feel valued and know they are having an impact and belong in the business, regardless of their background, age, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability. We have an ambitious DEI programme with three global company commitments to: improve representation of minority groups, enhance everyone's sense of inclusion and support underrepresented communities through pro bono work. Underpinning these commitments is a focus on what it means to have a DEI culture and how to measure that in our approach to growth, attracting talent and the impact of our work for clients.

Please include in your application that you found this role through Creative Access.

Required degree level

  • Level 6 (e.g. Bachelor's degree)

Level of experience

  • Entry

Salary range

  • £20,000 to £30,000 per year