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30 days ago

Executive Officer

Home Office Sheffield, England

We are recruiting for a large number and wide range of Executive Officer posts. You could be working as a Case Owner in a number of business areas… Reed.co.uk

4 days ago

Scientists and Engineers

Home Office London, England

Langhurst (nr Horsham) or Sandridge ( nr St Albans) 28,719 2,000 allowance (after your probation and 12 months service) Were now offering a number of… Adzuna

19 days ago

Data Analyst

The Home Office Croydon, England

The Home Office deals with some of the most important issues facing the UK - tackling crime, terrorism and securing our borders. As a key member of… Glassdoor

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Home Office Permanent Secretary Mark Sedwill
Mark Sedwill
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    Can be interesting, hours are antisocial and long.

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    Current Employee - Border Force Officer  in  London, England
    Current Employee - Border Force Officer in London, England

    I have been working at Home Office full-time for more than a year


    The salary is very good.
    Work with an extremely diverse workforce.
    Excellent pension scheme.
    Opportunity to join different teams.
    Undertaking casework is interesting - use problem-solving and analysis skills and employ sound judgement when making decisions.


    Extremely anti-social hours.
    This leads to a poor work-life balance.
    Work can sometimes be monotonous.
    Can sometimes feel a bit nepotistic, and success can sometimes be based on who you know rather than what you know.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a keener interest in the well-being of your staff. Cutting breaks etc does not positively affect morale or efficiency.

    Neutral Outlook
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