Our Company, Culture and People

We are a strategic communications company solving complex problems in challenging environments across the world. We call this comprehensive communications. We succeed by working together to develop and deliver, and by collaborating across global teams. We are growing and excited about our future.

We treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves and our values of transparency, integrity, empathy, innovation, excellence and resilience are key to how we operate. We strive to deliver the highest standards for our team members, clients, partners and beneficiaries.

Career Opportunities

We believe the experience our people gain with us is second to none. We promote and develop from within and our projects are global, impactful and stimulating. We are always open to new ideas and innovative ways of working.

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

We value the contribution that a diverse workforce brings to Albany and we believe that we are stronger when we are inclusive. You will be treated fairly whatever your age, gender, disability status, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity or family circumstances. We are committed to ensuring a culture of equal opportunities with respect and dignity at work for all employees.

All current vacancies are advertised below, where you can also apply. Please note that we do not use recruitment agents and conduct all recruitment directly. For information regarding how we will manage your data, please see our Privacy Policy.

Speculative Application

We are always interested to hear from talented individuals with an interest in communications and international development. Should none of our current vacancies appear suitable for you please do apply speculatively with a CV and covering letter stating your areas of interest.

Location: London
Department:

Project Assistant

The Programme Assistant will provide both programmatic and administrative support for a United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) climate change and conflict research project in Somalia. The Assistant will coordinate, monitor and update the research activities of the various consortium partners. S/he will gain a working knowledge of the project, focusing on coordination, strategy and office administration. S/he will ensure high quality and timely implementation of planned activities and compliance with applicable donor policies and requirements.

Location: Nairobi
Department: Consultancy