Civil Service United Kingdom

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Civil Service United Kingdom Jobs & Careers in London, England


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9 days ago

Head of Digital Communications

Civil Service UK London, England

This is a critical post in the Treasurys communications team. The Treasury has pioneered the development of an integrated communications team… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Grade 7 Senior Tax Professional

Civil Service UK London, England

To join us, you will need to be a leading qualified tax professional, recognised for your impressive technical expertise and strategic awareness. We… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Civil Appeals Office Lawyer

Civil Service UK London, England

The role of the lawyers in the Civil Appeals Office is to perform the Court of Appeals judicial case management function, thus saving the time of the… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Commercial Regeneration Specialist

Civil Service UK London, England

This post is in the Infrastructure delivery team, which works closely with government departments, Agencies and HM Treasury colleagues to support the… Glassdoor


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Civil Service United Kingdom Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood
Sir Jeremy Heywood
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    Not a great place to work right now

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    Current Employee - Policy Profession Advisor in London, England
    Current Employee - Policy Profession Advisor in London, England

    I have been working at Civil Service United Kingdom full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Work life balance, good benefits (holidays and pensions, very female-friendly policies), unusual projects that would not be in the private sector. And you could make a difference. Worth considering if you are young, bright and salary is not too important and can hack it long enough for those above you to be made redundant / get out. Then in about 10years I see plenty of promotion opportunities...

    Cons

    At present many promotions go to those currently doing the job on temporary promotion so very few real opportunities to move departments. In my experience most places are in chaos trying to manage with reduced budgets and wrong people in the wrong jobs. Its not a happy place to work

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't try to con us that hot desking, reorganisations or increases to pension contributions are anything other than cost reduction exercises. And explain why you are getting bonuses and pay rises while we are not. Do you really know where you are taking my organisation?

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