If you're an AO or EO interested in developing your full potential or interested in learning about the wider Civil Service but not sure where to start, then please join our East, South East and London Junior Leaders Network Event for all this and more.
East, South East & London
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 - email@example.com
We are pleased to bring you a 2 day online drop in event open to all UK Civil Servants on 1 and 2 December. Find out more about the sessions and how to book
We are working in partnership with CSSC Sports and Leisure to deliver an online session for Civil Servants in the Midlands, East, South East and London. Join Daniel Barrett from the CSSC for this informative virtual session on their key products and benefits.
Diversity and Inclusion Network National call up! Civil Service Local has a newly established national D&I network, you may have attended our CS Connect event “Unity, Not Uniformity” in September. Listening to your feedback we want to do more by …
We are proud to offer civil servants the chance to join a number of online events that we are staging to celebrate International Men’s Day (IMD), which takes place on 19th November.
Neurodivergent, Neuroatypical. These are words that you may have increasingly come across – but do you know what they actually mean?
Civil Service Local: East, South-East & London (ESEL) and cross-government Race to the Top G6/7 network are proud to invite you to their first ever cross-departmental Black History Month national event on 30 October 2020.
Interested in joining or leading our environmental network? If you are based in other parts of the UK you can also find links to your local network...
Can you help make a difference by encouraging the changes we as an organisation need to make? Would you like to help others to be more environmentally aware? If you answered yes then this is a great opportunity for you to be part of the new East, South East and London (ESEL) Environmental Network.
Civil Service Local see the Honours system as a chain of inclusion between departments alongside all civil servants and would like to take this opportunity to showcase the Honours System, what is being achieved in Diversity and Inclusion and how you can nominate an individual.
Join us for Learning at Work Week from 5 - 11 October. This year the theme is 'Learning Journeys' and we bring you a series of virtual sessions intended to inspire you, encourage you to learn, approach an issue at work differently or think about your own approach to learning and development. There is something of interest for everyone - you can attend one session or as many as you like!
The East, South East and London Inclusion network would like to hear from you. Inclusion week is nearly upon us; so what better time to think about how you can get involved longer-term and be part of a network. Do …
Join us for our first online menopause event to celebrate World Menopause Day, open to any UK Civil Servants
Unity, not uniformity. Join civil service local in our two day national diversity and inclusion connect session.
Have you joined the Civil Service in the past 2 years? If you have, then take part in our Civil Service Induction event being hosted online on Thursday 24th September 2020.
Thursday 30 July is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and to mark the occasion Civil Service Local will be holding an online event for civil servants across the United Kingdom. The purpose of the event is to provide attendees with a basic knowledge of what modern slavery is, how they can spot the signs of trafficking, and an understanding of where they can go for assistance or to refer suspected cases.
Today I want to reflect back over the thoughts through the week, and give an insight into a couple of stories from Civil Service Colleagues who are happy to share their experiences around caring. Hopefully these little blogs have prompted …
2020 is the Civil Service Year of Inclusion - an opportunity for us to celebrate our achievements to date and to think about how to continue making the Civil Service a great place to work. In this Carers Week mini-blog …
As we progress through carers week with a series of mini-blogs, have a thought about where caring fits into the priorities of your life in respect of your own family. Work is often all consuming and especially at the …
Following on the launch this week of Carers Week, take a bit of time today to think about your own wellbeing. If you are a Carer, it’s important that you take that time to step back sometime, no matter how …