There's a job going with A4e; a high-powered, responsible job for which you'll need to be well-qualified. It's as Public Affairs Advisor, and you can find the advert here.
But notice that "public affairs" seems to mean political engagement. You will have to have "knowledge and experience of UK politics, either within the political system at a national or local level, in a consultancy or an in-house role". You will, amongst other things, be managing "ongoing constituency contact programmes", "delivering political events, e.g. fringes at party conference" and "providing advice on political developments". And all for £26-28k a year. That sounds like a heck of a lot to many jobseekers, but not if you need that background and qualifications and have to live in London.
It reminds us that A4e, like other outsourcing companies, is not just selling its services in an open market place. Political contacts and engagement are essential. At best, it's lobbying.
Which reminds us, whatever happened to our friend Jonty Olliff-Cooper? His twittering is still protected after that fiasco of his insulting the unemployed while working for A4e. It seems that he has taken his expertise to the management consultancy firm McKinsey & Company.