The Civil Service

United Kingdom

About The Civil Service

Working for the Civil Service

Where will a career in the Civil Service take you?

A career in the Civil Service offers you:

  • the opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives in the UK
  • learning on the job and good career development opportunities
  • flexible working hours and comprehensive benefits

The Civil Service is committed to improving the delivery of public services for everyone in society. Respecting and valuing differences will help to ensure that our policies and services reflect the needs and experiences of the people we serve.

The Civil Service needs a workforce with the very best possible mix of existing and future talent.

Our values

The Civil Service Code sets out our core values and the standards of behaviour expected of all civil servants.

Civil Service talent management

Developing civil servants’ skills to their highest potential is crucial to the future of the Civil Service.

We want leaders who demonstrate the qualities of the Leadership Statement and are inspiring, confident and empowering leaders. We want to build a robust succession pipeline to train the leaders of the future.

Good talent management leads to greater efficiency. It delivers a diverse and inclusive organisation in which the best people thrive, whoever they are. It is a key leadership issue and a critical part of any senior role

Lord Browne, Talent Management Review.

15 jobs with The Civil Service

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  • Solutions Researcher

    Coventry or Manchester Cash remuneration between £27,951 to £30,859 dependent upon the skills and experience. Department for Education

    Department for Education are looking for a Solutions Researcher to join our team of IT specialists.

  • Senior Solutions Manager

    Coventry or Manchester Between £34,625 to £38,361 dependent upon the skills and experience that is brought to the role. The Civil Service

    Department for Education are looking for a Senior Solutions Manager to join our team of IT specialists.

  • Deputy Director

    London, Leeds or Sheffield £64,000 - £117,800 Department for Work & Pensions

    The Disability and Employment Support Directorate is a new directorate bringing together all of DWP’s main disability benefits: Employment and Supp...

  • Government Digital Service: Deputy Director, Technology Operations

    Aviation House, 125 Kingsway, London WC2B 6NH circa £90,000 The Civil Service

    You will be responsible for ensuring that GDS product teams have the best tools to support development of services quickly, efficiently and securely.

  • Government Digital Service: Deputy Director, Technology Standards

    Aviation House, 125 Kingsway, London WC2B 6NH circa £100,000 The Civil Service

    This role in GDS involves working with internal and external stakeholders to develop our range of standards, guidance, policies and practices.

  • Universal Credit Area Director

    Scotland, North England £96,000 - £120,000 Department for Work & Pensions

    We are looking for exceptional operational leaders who can fulfil the potential of Universal Credit for our communities in Great Britain.

  • Head of Technology Architecture

    London or Newcastle c£90,000 The Civil Service

    Can you take HMRC to the next level? HMRC is going through a technical revolution in a time of rapid change that will transform the service we prov...

  • Head of Solutions Development

    Coventry or Manchester with travel to London as required. Between £57,883 to £67,162 dependent upon the skills and experience that is brought to the role. Department for Education

    Department for Education are looking for a Head of Solutions Development to join our team of IT specialists.

  • Junior Developer

    Coventry or Manchester Cash remuneration between £22,908 to £24,730 dependent upon the skills and experience. Department for Education

    Department for Education are looking for a Junior Developer to join our IT Group.

  • User Experience Designer

    Coventry or Manchester Cash remuneration between £27,951 to £30,859 dependent upon the skills and experience. Department for Education

    Department for Education are looking for a User Experience Designer to join our team of IT specialists.

  • Database Administrator

    Coventry or Manchester Cash remuneration between £27,951 to £30,859 dependent upon the skills and experience. Department for Education

    Department for Education are looking for a Database Administrator to join our team of IT specialists.

  • Developer

    Coventry or Manchester Cash remuneration between £27,951 and £30,859 dependent upon the skills and experience. The Civil Service

    Department for Education are looking for a Junior Developer to join our IT Group.

  • Lead Developer

    Coventry or Manchester Cash remuneration of up to £47,000 dependent upon the skills and experience. The Civil Service

    Department for Education are looking for a Lead Developer to join our IT Group.

  • Deputy Director, Lead Analyst

    London, Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield. circa £64,000 per annum Department for Work & Pensions

    The DWP Analytical Community comprises almost 600 analysts working in all of the main professions providing support, challenge and advice to collea...

  • Director for Digital Economy and Director for Telecoms

    Whitehall, London £87,000 to £120,000 Department of Culture, Media and Sport

    With increasing public and sectoral expectations in telecoms and the digital economy, where technological change is moving at a rapid pace, and wit...

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