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Ofgem Jobs & Careers in London, England


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7 days ago

Economist and Consumer, Specialist Expert Panel Member

Ofgem London, England

Ofgem Network Innovation Competitions Economist and Consumer, Specialist Expert Panel Members NICs have been created to stimulate the innovation that… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Senior IT Project Manager ? Scheme Lead

OFGEM London, England

communication with stakeholders. You?ll coach project teams in Agile thinking, helping them to identify and mitigate risk and ensure that project… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Solution Architect (Architect, ASP, .Net)

OFGEM London, England

methodologies, so it?s important that you are experienced in working in an Agile environment and can thrive on the pace of change and creativity that… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing Architect

OFGEM London, England

practices and design new data architecture models that are better suited to our organisational need, now and in the future. You?ll support these… Glassdoor


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    Low staff retention - low motivation

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    Current Employee - Senior Manager in London, England
    Current Employee - Senior Manager in London, England

    I have been working at Ofgem full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    If you are looking for work in the public sector it may be a good starting point, especially if you are early in your career. It also helps to be proactive in be seen in doing things and play along with management's tune. Good pension scheme - if you can trust that you will get it back in the future. Good level of communication among colleagues

    Cons

    The pay package is generally low. Staff retention is not on management's list of priorities. People with actual industry knoweldge may be perceived as people with unrealistic views. You need to be a political animal with low ambitions for your career to survive. Decsisions are not always based on the merits of the numbers, which can be very frustrating and demotivating for employees

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    No advice - doubt it will be heard as internal feedback has been neglected.

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