Talented. Ambitious. Successful.

People are at the heart of our business, come and be part of our team.

Our people are our greatest asset

Our people are the greatest creators of value at BECG Group, and at the heart of everything we do. Our culture is centered around a diverse work force, on strengthening and developing talent, working smartly, and living well.

If you’re interested in joining a fast-growing and ambitious communications consultancy, working on some of the most exciting projects in the UK, we are always interested in talking with intelligent, talented and motivated individuals. BECG Group is ranked No 1 in PR Week’s UK Public Affairs consultancy rankings and was awarded PRCA National Awards Specialist Consultancy of the Year.

What will you get from us?

Alongside a competitive salary, we offer industry leading, Group wide benefits including a flexible, hybrid working model, daily breakfast in the office, financial and mental health education, a comprehensive wellbeing strategy, discounted gym membership, regular social and team-building events, private medical insurance, lots of paid time off including charity days, and many more.

You will have full access to a comprehensive training programme designed to harness  the rich skillsets we have across the Group, drawing on the knowledge and expertise of some of the greatest minds in the industry. It’s punctuated with regular lunch and learns, guest speakers and industry events, and run alongside Personal Development Plans; you will have the opportunity to broaden your skillsets and drill down on the next steps in your professional development.


Our vision is to be a truly diverse and inclusive workplace that enables us to attract and retain a diverse workforce, representative of our clients and community.

For this reason, we welcome applications from candidates regardless of qualifications and experience in industry and from all persons, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Everyone stands to benefit when we embrace and value the diversity of thoughts, ideas and ways of working that people from different backgrounds, experiences and identities bring to an organisation.


All of our roles are geographically flexible, meaning that alongside our hybrid working model, you can chose to work from any of our offices. Locations include London, Southampton, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.

We’re looking for talented individuals with an interest in developing specialist or diverse communications careers in…

  • Politics & Government Relations
  • Public Affairs
  • PR
  • Corporate Communications
  • Media Relations
  • Marketing & Brand
  • Social Media
  • Digital & Web Design
  • Design & Creative Services
  • Video & Animation

"It’s great to work for an agency where you’re constantly being pushed to grow and be better"

David Button, Senior Account Director

Under-graduate scheme

We also run an under-graduate scheme with selected higher education institutions – a scheme which offers selected candidates a year’s paid work experience for being a member of the Cavendish Advocacy team. Many of our under graduates have gone on to a successful career in public affairs.

Join us

If you’d like to be part of our continued growth and success, contact with your CV.

Account Manager Crisis and Community Relations

Location: London

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Community Engagement and Resident Communications Manager

Location: London

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Initially tasked with providing stakeholder engagement backing at a local level to support development sites, the brief developed to become a national public affairs programme, focused on raising Stonewater’s profile with political stakeholders in Westminster and influencing the direction of Government policy.


We have worked with them to develop key messaging, collateral, relationships and tactics to create noise around the policy change, bringing it from a niche issue affecting small breweries to become a campaign that has garnered attention from across the political divide and rattled the Treasury’s cage.

Communities that work

Cavendish Advocacy helps position Communities that Work as the voice of housing associations who deliver employment support, raise the organisation’s profile within government and the social housing sector, and increase membership. We also help secure greater recognition for the work that housing associations do regarding employment support.

Looking ahead to CIH Housing Conference 2022

Looking ahead to CIH Housing Conference 2022

  In a few days’ time the great and good of the housing sector will be heading to Manchester to celebrate its achievements and discuss the significant changes and challenges that will face the...

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