We are currently recruiting for an advocacy and impact intern.

For more information, download the full job description here.



About you

We are seeking motivated graduates, or post-graduates with at least a 2:1 in a relevant degree to join the Regen team. Relevant degrees might include; environmental sciences, economics, engineering, mathematics, geography and the arts, but we are also keen to hear from graduates from other disciplines with a strong interest in sustainable energy, policy or communications.



What you will be doing

This role is designed to expand our external communications activities and increase our reach, organisational impact and influence, to transform our energy system. Joining Regen’s networks and policy team, who also run the Electricity Storage Network (ESN), you’ll have a passion and commitment for understanding and communicating complex information in digestible formats and be driven by making an impact.


Knowledge and experience

The successful candidate should demonstrate experience of a range of the following:


  • Excellent copy-writing and editing skills, with the ability to produce clear, concise and stimulating text for a range of audiences.
  • Excellent attention to detail and a commitment to quality.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to produce technical or non-technical summaries of complex issues.
  • Knowledge and interest in UK politics.

Your approach

Regen has a strong culture with an emphasis on team working, empowerment, independent thinking and commitment.


  • The kind of attitude and approach that suits a knowledge-based, dynamic environment with a culture of continuous improvement.
  • A confident and personable manner, and ability to build relationships in person, via email and over the phone.
  • The ability to deal with the day-to-day detail of the role, whilst understanding our big-picture objectives.
  • Strong self-motivation and initiative, ability to work with limited supervision.
  • An interest in the detail of public policy and decarbonising the energy system.


  • line manager
  • regular 1:1 meetings
  • objective setting
  • development review
  • training opportunities



Employee benefits

  • 25 days paid holiday increasing in increments to a maximum of 30 days (+ bank holidays)
  • Flexible working
  • Cycle scheme
  • Interest free season ticket loans
  • Childcare vouchers
  • 7% Employer pension contribution
  • Continuing professional development plan for all employees

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