Have you ever looked at volunteering opportunity wondered what it would be like? A volunteer from MOD describes the uplifting experience of volunteering at a food bank. The most rewarding volunteering is when you can see the difference you make to the most vulnerable.
We have several vacancies for Assistant Co-ordinators across the country. Roles are available in North East, Yorkshire and the Humber; the Midlands; and the South West. It’s an exciting opportunity which would suit a HEO grade or equivalent but all candidates are welcome to apply.
Heather Owen (Assistant Head Secretariat at Defence Infrastructure) explains how an unusual volunteering activity has developed the confidence and capability of a member of staff, inspired her team to use their volunteering days and benefited the local community.
The Midlands are looking for a Network Facilitator to join our friendly and dynamic team. To apply please contact VanessaBoden@cabinetoffice.gov.uk to obtain the Expression of Interest Form.
Are you ready to ‘Get Yellow’? ‘Get Yellow’ is The Charity for Civil Servants’ annual community fundraising week, running from 29 October to 2 November.
Civil Service Local are holding an event on the 17th September for Civil Servants up to EO grades based in the Midlands.
Kathie talks about the first 10 months leading the CS Local team - and follow the link to read the 2018 Quarter 1 report and see what the team has been doing
Academy delegate Clare Tasker demonstrates the power of networking. How attending the Academy led to a stall at Civil Service Live to showcase her family’s project D4D, where she received an invitation to the OneTeamGov Global unconference.
How a students developed their employability skills while raising over £100 for the Young Carers Charity.
Nahida Ahmed on how the Midlands Academy set on her on the road to achieving her goals.
Vanessa Kirk gives her personal account of what it is like to be a mentor and what she gained from the experience.
It's Mental Health Awareness week when we are all being encouraged to think about not only our own wellbeing but how we can help others
Today we are supporting National Staff Networks Day. Networks are a core, integral part of what we do in bringing civil servants from across the departments together, to break down barriers, provide insight into what matters to them and to share practical and creative solutions to common issues.
Vanessa Kirk from Civil Service Local Midlands gives her account of the day and her visit to the Houses of Parliament.
On Wednesday 18th April, Rainbows Children's' Hospice in Loughborough held its very first Civil Service Local Government Access Point (GAP). Volunteers from DWP, HMRC and OPG were joined by local solicitors Actons providing support for our vulnerable citizens
Civil Service Live is the government’s annual, cross-department learning event, attracting thousands of civil servants to regional events to learn, network and share best practice. Find out how you can attend an event near you.
'A Brilliant Civil Service in Action’, 1 May 2018, 9:30 - 12:30, Sheffield. Last Chance to register for this cross-departmental event, which is an opportunity for civil servants to connect with others from across the region, collaborate on the challenges you all face and create real change in your locality.
Ever wondered how much exercise you get in an average day? It might be a lot more (or a lot less) than you think! What we do know is that keeping active improves our wellbeing.
‘A Brilliant Civil Service in Action’, 1 May 2018, 9:30 - 12:30, Sheffield. Join us at this cross-departmental event for civil servants to connect with others from across the region, collaborate on the challenges you all face and create real change in your locality.
An exciting opportunity for a substantive HEO or equivalent to join the Civil Service Local Midlands and South West team!