Strategy Manager

London, England, United Kingdom · Strategy Management expand job description ↓


Bulb is making energy simpler, cheaper, greener. We are an independent, technology-led green energy company. Our unique operating model provides low-cost renewable energy to UK homes and businesses. Based in the heart of London’s vibrant startup community, we’re also the first and only UK energy supplier to achieve B Corp status.

We're looking for a number of Strategy Managers to join Bulb's Innovation team.

As a Strategy Manager at Bulb, you will deliver insight and impact through projects that grow our business and delight our members.

  • Lead multidisciplinary teams in developing and executing strategic projects
  • Communicate strategic projects to team members, suppliers, and members, so they understand how these projects contribute to Bulb’s mission
  • Contribute to the setting, monitoring, and reporting of quarterly objectives, key results, and strategic priorities
  • Acting as a resource across different functions at Bulb, supporting teams with problem solving, analysis, and strategy


At Bulb we want to hire people with the experience necessary to get going quickly, but who are also interested in learning new things and are comfortable working in a changing environment. Here are some of the things we think will be valuable, but we're also open-minded.

If you’re considering being our Strategy Manager then you’re likely to be an ambitious consultant in a top-tier strategy firm. You’ll communicate complex issues simply and are comfortable with fast data-driven decision making in a way that delivers actionable recommendations. You should have a hunger for getting things done and achieving results that deliver real impact.

It goes without saying we would love you to have strong strategic skills, including quantitative analysis and modelling, structured thinking and logical reasoning. You’ll be an incredibly confident communicator - able to interact internally and externally at all levels of seniority. And you’ll have proven project management and planning skills.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in leading teams to develop and deliver large scale complex projects, as well as tracking and measuring the impact of those project
  • Experience in conducting analysis and developing recommendations for executives at multinational corporations or governments
  • Experience in procuring, negotiating, and maintaining supplier relationships
  • Ability to quickly diagnose the root cause of a problem using data, and recommending a solution and plan of action


  • Be part of a growing technology startup and help shape the future of energy
  • Collaborative, flexible and friendly environment
  • Competitive salary, share options and bonus
  • 25 days holiday
  • Enhanced parental leave
  • Training budget, healthcare and a pension plan with employer contributions, childcare voucher scheme, cycle to work scheme
  • Great coffee, teas and fruit

Application Closing Date: Wednesday 19th June

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