With almost 50 years’ experience as specialists in parliamentary and political monitoring, Randall’s Monitoring provides clients with a focused, highly personal service to help them navigate the fast-changing world of politics and public affairs. We monitor Westminster, Whitehall and the devolved administrations, informing our clients of developments that might impact their work, or of areas that they may wish to influence. Our small team is what makes our service so well regarded and successful.

We are always excited to hear from people who would like to join our team.  Current vacancies are below.

Monitoring Executive

Job outline: Monitoring Executive 

About the role 

As we head towards the next General Election, we’re looking for another Monitoring Executive to join our small and close-knit team. From day one, you’ll be helping to keep our valued clients informed of key developments across Parliament, as well as helping to produce summaries of debates and policy. It’s a fast-paced role that requires a focused attitude, willingness to pitch in and the ability to multitask. In return, we offer the chance to be a key member of our fantastic team, excellent benefits, on the job training (both in house and external) and the opportunity to become an expert on the UK Parliamentary system. 

About Randall’s  

With over 45 years’ experience as specialists in political monitoring, Randall’s provides comprehensive coverage of Westminster, Whitehall, the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments and the Northern Ireland and Greater London Assemblies. Randall’s Monitoring offers a wide range of services including: 

  • Parliamentary monitoring: coverage of all debates, questions, motions and select committee activities 
  • Political monitoring: coverage of all party political news and policy developments 
  • Stakeholder monitoring: coverage of news, consultations, and reports from thousands of key stakeholder organisations across all areas of public policy 
  • Political and Parliamentary advice: we leverage the benefit of our years of experience to help guide clients through the often arcane world of parliamentary procedure 

As specialists in political and parliamentary monitoring rather than lobbyists, we offer a cost-effective, highly personalised service, underpinned by our experienced staff and email and web-based distribution systems. Our client base includes multi-national and British companies, trade associations, charities, consumer groups, foreign delegations, NGOs and public affairs consultancies. 

Monitoring Executive responsibilities 

  • Distribute Hansard, devolved reports and stakeholder monitoring to a high standard – responsible daily for reading and summarising parliamentary content, and making sure it gets to the right people on time using a combination of Office 365 and our own in-house systems 
  • Writing reports and briefings – responsible for client reports, and contributing towards our highly respected briefings on a variety of political and parliamentary issues 
  • Liaising with clients – helping to advise clients on a variety of issues, ranging from parliamentary procedure to providing ad hoc research support 
  • Contribute across the business – actively contributing your own fresh perspective to the improvement and efficiency of existing monitoring systems from day one 


Start date: as soon as possible 

Location: Whilst the job is fully remote, we meet as a team quarterly which will sometimes require overnight stays. There are also opportunities for in person co-working and training days and therefore some travel will be required at other times throughout the year.  

Salary: £26,500.00 per annum 

Hours: 45 per week, including one-hour daily lunch break. Daily working hours vary from 7am to 4pm, 8am to 5pm and 8.30am to 5.30pm. Hours during parliamentary recesses are often shorter but are dependent on business needs at the time. 

Holiday: 20 days plus UK bank holidays. We usually offer generous time off over the Christmas and New Year period. 

Benefits (subject to regular review): 

After three-month probation period is over: 

  • Company contribution towards gym membership (up to £40 a month) 
  • Access to Cycle to Work scheme 
  • Contribution to workplace pension scheme (and possibility to backdate contributions to start date) 
  • Access to private healthcare (where applicable) 
  • Birthday off (or nearest approved weekday) 
  • Two well-being days per annum with company contribution 

After one year’s continuous employment: 

  • Eligibility for discretionary bonus 
  • Time off for volunteering activities 

How to apply: Please email with your CV and a cover letting outlining why you should be considered for this role. The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 9th February. First interviews will take place via Microsoft Teams w/c 19th February and second interviews will be preferably in person soon after.  

Equality, diversity and inclusion 

As a small team-focussed company, Randall’s strives to involve all employees in making sure our policies and procedures are ethical. This includes promoting a work environment that fosters collaboration, openness and providing opportunities for everyone in the team to help improve the service through their own ideas and experiences. As an organisation we recognise that there is always more work to be done; as such we are always looking for innovative ideas and we regularly review our procedures to improve our work-place practices and positively contribute towards environmental, social and corporate governance.  

Randall’s is a small business (fewer than 15 employees), but we are nevertheless committed to continuously working towards the principles of equal opportunity for all employees, to providing a quality working environment and to opposing all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment. These principles apply in all Randall’s processes, including recruitment, training, renumeration, promotion and termination of employment. As an equal opportunity employer, people are judged solely on their merit and we aim to prioritise diversity and inclusion. We strongly believe in respecting the skills and perspectives offered by the team and will actively encourage and support every team member in their development to access progression opportunities. The senior leadership team is responsible for taking all reasonable steps to prevent discrimination and harassment and will take appropriate action if necessary. At the same time, each and every employee has an obligation to make a positive contribution towards engendering an environment of equal opportunity throughout the business. 

We have also taken steps to actively encourage the wellbeing of Randall’s employees. Our work model allows colleagues to take advantage of choosing different shift patterns, when available, to suit their needs and foster a better work-life balance. Since becoming a remote business: we have also allowed colleagues to be flexible on their work location and many have taken the opportunity to move outside of London. Finally, we offer two annual wellbeing days where colleagues can choose an activity of their choice with part of the cost funded by Randall’s.