Our popular Junior Leader's Network Event is back giving you the opportunity to get to know your peers in other departments, make connections, learn and be inspired to reach your potential.
We are looking for volunteers in Cambridge on 13th June to support an Enabling Enterprise led event for primary schoolchildren.
Rozanne Kidd talks about her career, her passion for the Civil Service and why she said ‘Yes’ to being SRO for CS Local Scotland.
Vanessa Kirk gives her personal account of what it is like to be a mentor and what she gained from the experience.
As part of Deaf Awareness we are sharing this story with you from one of the members of the Civil Service Hearing Network. It truly hits the mark and is well worth the read.
Our new look prospectus is here. There's so many opportunities available for you, your colleagues or your staff to improve themselves and their region.
We recently teamed up with the Department for Health and Social Care and Enabling Enterprise to deliver a Business Trip for local primary school students in Leeds.
Volunteer for a half day speed dating to inspire young people to broaden their horizons
In the new issue we focus on Border Force and the crucial role they play in protecting our country and hear from Liz Versi, the Regional Director of Border Force in the North.
We also hear from DWP and their activities to celebrate International Men’s Day. Traci Salisbury tells us about her secondment from HMRC to Environment Agency and we learn about the GAP project, which assists citizens in hospices. There’s also a catch up with another of our Academy families.
International Women's Day celebrates the achievements of women past, present and future and 2018 is the centenary of the Representation of the People Act of 1918 which gave some women the right to vote. The day belongs to all communities …
It's time to talk day and Alan tells us how having a conversation rather than just being talked at helped him.
In association with the EBP South we have a number of volunteering opportunities for you to help and inspire young people in Havant, Fareham and Southampton either talking about your career or helping prepare them for interviews and job applications.
Many civil servants regularly improve the lives of people in communities across our region and this year’s Pride of the Civil Service North West Awards brought some of them together to recognise the help that these often ‘unsung’ heroes provide.
Apprentices from HM Revenue and Customs recently attended careers events at schools across the North East, Yorkshire and Humber to promote the Civil Service and the Fast Track Apprenticeship.
If you are available in the London area and have experience sifting job applications we’d love you to join our gang.
The Opportunity Wall is your brand new one-stop shop window for keeping track of Civil Service Local North West's volunteering opportunities. Updates to the Wall will be added to the blog over time as new opportunities become available. To use …
Could you make a difference to a young person’s life? Can you spare a couple of hours a week for approximately 6 weeks to help secondary school students, often in danger of dropping out of the system? Live or work in London area? If so we want you.
The ‘Going Forward’ project are recruiting new team members – join us to develop your skills, contribute to CS Vision and make a difference to the lives of people in our local communities.
We are looking for volunteers to share their skills and knowledge giving one to one advice to civil servants on competency writing at a Competency Surgery in London.
We launched the awards in July, we have been made aware of a few issues accessing the form therefore we have decided to extend the deadline...