HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is one of the largest employers in the UK with over 66,000 employees across the country. We are responsible for collecting taxes from individuals and businesses, the money we collect in tax pays for our public services and helps to fund things like schools and hospitals, build roads and public buildings, and support communities. We also protect the workforce by enforcing minimum wage and we look after those in need by administering a range of benefits including child benefit, tax-free childcare, statutory pay and tax credits. But we are so much more than just tax! We have people working across the UK in a wide variety of roles including commercial, property management, communications, human resources, project delivery, digital and much more.
We're responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance policy. We deliver the State Pension and a range of disability and ill health benefits to around 20 million people.
The civil service helps the government of the day develop and deliver its policies as effectively as possible. We work in three types of organisations – departments, agencies, and non-departmental government bodies (NDPBs). We cover a wide range of areas touching on everyone’s day-to-day lives, such as education, health and policing. Because our organisations deal with so many different aspects of government, civil servants work in an enormous variety of roles. We’re politically impartial. Our workforce includes people who deliver crucial services direct to the public across the UK, such as Jobcentre Plus staff and coastguards. We also have staff working on policy development and implementation, including analysts, project managers, lawyers and economists.
The mission of the US Department of the Air Force is to fly, fight, and win -- in air, space, and cyberspace. Along with the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, the US Air Force is a major military branch of the US Department of Defense responsible for defending the US and its interests through aerial, space, and cyber warfare. The agency includes more than a dozen major commands, including the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard. It also consists of field operating agencies and direct reporting units, which are typically assigned to specialized missions. It has more than 150,000 civilian employees and 330,000 active duty personnel, some of whom are deployed in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Asia/Pacific region.
The Royal Air Force’s role, in conjunction with the Defence organisations, is to deliver the UK Defence Vision: Defend the UK and its interests. Strengthen international peace and stability. Be a force for good in the world. We achieve this aim by working together on our core task to produce battle-winning people and equipment. The Royal Air Force will build upon the successes of our past and on the characteristics that make air power essential across the full spectrum of operations in order to contribute to the Defence Vision. Our people lie at the heart of this capability. We rely upon their professionalism, dedication and courage. We must train them well and enable them to leverage the potential of technology to achieve our vision of: 'An agile, adaptable and capable Air Force that, person for person, is second to none, and that makes a decisive air power contribution in support of the UK Defence Mission.’
We work to protect the public and reduce reoffending, and to provide a more effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system for victims and the public. MOJ is a ministerial department, supported by 37 agencies and public bodies.
In times of conflict or peace, the Royal Navy is key to the prosperity of Britain and the stability of the high seas. Our 30,000 highly skilled men and women work across multiple disciplines to protect our nation’s interests. We are a highly functioning team that includes front line forces capable of going anywhere. The UK has a responsibility to its citizens and its allies to safeguard the high seas. The Royal Navy protects home and international waters, making sure the global trade that Britain and the world depend on can proceed without any problems. Every single person is vital to the smooth running and success of our missions. Working in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines isn’t just a job, it's a way of life. It is full of excitement, travel, camaraderie and career opportunities. In the Royal Navy, what you do makes a real difference.
Every day our teams across the UK and beyond deliver outcomes to improve citizens’ lives. Our work is challenging, high profile and rewarding. You probably already know that we protect the UK border and issue passports, but did you know that if you worked for the Home Office you could be helping to: • Attract talent from around the world to boost our economy • Support the fight against modern slavery • Reduce the impact of drugs in our communities by tackling organised crime • Provide official certificates to help people trace their ancestors • Target criminals involved in illegal working • Build and run vital systems delivering public services • Run high profile campaigns such as those to tackle domestic abuse and to increase police numbers • Create and deliver policies to support policing and fire services • Help refugees build safe and settled lives To deliver this work is a team effort, and we rely on talented people with a wide range of skills and experience. And that’s where you come in: whether your skills lie in customer service or accounting, software engineering or making policy, it’s likely we’ll have a role you’ll be interested in. We are committed to representing modern Britain in all its diversity and creating a welcoming, inclusive workplace where all our people can bring their whole selves to work and perform at their best. We are flexible, skilled, professional and diverse. We work to recruit and retain disabled staff and are a Disability Confident Leader. We are proud to be one of the most ethnically diverse departments in the Civil Service. We are a Stonewall top 100 Workplace Equality Employer and a Social Mobility Foundation top 75 employer.