graduate job

Trainee Executive

Malcolm Hurlston Corporate Consultancy Ltd
£22,000 - £26,000
Time left to apply
2 days to apply on Prospects

Job description

Bright, enthusiastic graduate second-jobber wanted to work with social entrepreneur on a variety of projects. The main focus of the work is with the ESOP Centre and Registry Trust.

The Centre is a not-for-profit membership organisation which advocates all-employee share ownership in the UK and internationally. It organises annual events on the topic in continental Europe, the Channel Is and London. The Centre is managed by Hurlstons, a small leading edge consultancy which advises other clients including government departments and Registry Trust.

Registry Trust is a not-for-profit company which provides a range of public services at no cost to the public purse, including maintaining the register of judgments, orders and fines. Hurlstons provides media and political relations, strategic advice and consumer input.

The role includes (but is not limited to) developing content for conferences and events, membership recruitment, relationship management, research and writing, analysis, media relations and lobbying.

Company information

Hurlstons is a small corporate consultancy which lobbies on behalf of and gives strategic and policy advice to its clients along with managing their political and media relations. Additionally Hurlstons runs the not for profit membership organisation the ESOP Centre which organises national and international events, researches and lobbies for the wider use of shares in rewarding staff at all levels.

Hurlstons has been effective in creating UK's leading debt charity, Step Change, and in campaigning for shops to be open on Sundays. The jobholder would work closely with the founder, Malcolm Hurlston CBE who also chairs the Financial Inclusion Centre and 3R Insights.

Person requirements

The ideal candidate should be motivated and organised, have an eye for detail and enjoy working in a small team with fast growing responsibilities.

A minimum 2:1 degree and excellent written communication skills are essential. Previous work experience, a good understanding of economics, politics and the media is desirable.

Accepted degree subjects



£22,000 - £26,000



Contract and working hours

Permanent · Full-time

Start date


How to apply

Number of vacancies: one

Email CV and covering letter to Mrs Linda Wilbert

Closing date: 22/09/2017

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 22/09/2017

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