Number of civil servants in the East South East and London - 152, 290
This breaks down into 21,160 (East), 39,470 (South East) and 91,660 (London).
Number of departments and agencies in the East South East and London - 79.
The East South East and London is a huge geographic area covering from the Norfolk coast to the Isle of Wight, with Greater London at its centre. Whilst London contains the majority of our civil servants, there is a distribution across the whole of the region, with significant pockets of staff in places such as Southampton/Portsmouth, Dover, Hastings, Reading, Milton Keynes, Cambridge, Peterborough, Norwich, Ipswich and Southend.
Our CS Local team delivers cross departmental induction, leadership academies and learning/networking events. The blog page below will show you the latest events open for booking, alongside other reports and stories which we think will be of value to you.
We also run cross departmental networks for those who work in, or are passionate about, continuous improvement; engagement and wellbeing; environmental issues; social mobility, diversity and inclusion and citizen outreach. If you wish to join one of the networks, please email the team mailbox.
The East South East and London CS Local Team is led by Ian Barton and can be contacted on their team mailbox - firstname.lastname@example.org
You might have heard about the launch of the renewed vision for the Civil Service, A Modern Civil Service, and the Declaration on Government Reform. But what does this mean for the Civil Service and all of us?
Join us at our online event on 30 June, where we will be exploring aspects of leadership to support your career progression. Sessions will focus on boundaryless leadership, mentoring and positive role modelling.
Would you like to know more about the Diversity and Inclusion within the Civil Service? If so, why not join us at our virtual event to engage with other civil servants, listen to thought-provoking sessions and meet inspiring people sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise.
Whether you have a formal engagement role or are just passionate about improving engagement in your department, take this opportunity to learn about what is taking place across the Civil Service in Scotland to support our colleagues and find out how Covid is changing our workplace culture.
We have speakers from, Insolvency Service, Cabinet Office, Ministry of Defence, Social Security Scotland , Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. As well discuss as discussing topics linked to engagement and culture, there will be opportunities to talk about what future working practices will look like and share your experience, expertise and ideas on how together we can meet the challenges and opportunities facing our departments.
The Junior Leaders Networking Event is a cross government network operating across the East, South East and London. Connecting colleagues in grades AO to EO where they learn and hear from senior leaders and network with their peers.
The East, South East and London (ESEL) cross-departmental Environmental Network would like to invite you to join their event taking place on Thursday 25th March, where you can learn about their activities and get advice on reducing your carbon footprint at home.
We are pleased to invite all civil servants to join our online event on 23 February 2021 where you will hear from a member of the Modern Registration Division about the voting process. Find out more and how to register.
As part of CS Local’s series of blog posts around Honours alongside the theme of diversity and inclusion, we are pleased to announce another event to drive and push for better diversity in the honours system in particular, for those colleagues in government and the Civil Service.
Wherever you are based in the East, South East and London region, if you are passionate about contributing ideas that will enhance our citizen outreach activities and make a difference to the lives of the citizens that we serve then we would love to hear from you.
A great opportunity to bring devolution to the forefront of your minds, to engage with those new to intergovernmental working and to start important conversations about the opportunities presented by devolution.
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We support recruitment practices to help make sure our workforce in locations around the country reflects the make-up of the local community.