We're currently looking for people to help lead and deliver projects which will help people who are looking for work, as well as supporting our local prisons.
opportunities in the north west of England
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If you're looking for a development opportunity, we're looking for you - read on to find out more . . .
Our new pilot project helping vulnerable citizens in Lancaster has been a great success. I went along to meet Civil Service volunteers and citizens to find out what it was all about.
Would you like to….
Visit another Department?
Meet new colleagues across the North West?
Share your knowledge and expertise and gain new skills?
If you’ve answered “YES!” to any of these questions read on to find out more about the North West People Connections Programme.
Are you interested in project and programme management? Then come along to our interactive discovery session where you can see what it's really like to be a project manager.
Our 2015 Academy project team is now looking for experienced sifters and interviewers to help our project make a difference to the recruitment process.
Are you enthusiastic, innovative and organised? Would you like to help shape a project that promotes development and co-operation across the public sector in the North West, to show that it really is a great place to work? Then why not get involved in our new People Connections programme?
Would you like to discover more about the work of government in Cumbria? Or know how to get a qualification in leadership and management? Come to our events in Workington and find out more.
If you do digital, we need you . . .
Discover people engagement this summer - let our Engagement Network open your eyes . . .
Find out how you can work with the Cabinet Office to help raise awareness of the honours system
It’s that time of year when civil servants start planning our development for the next 12 months. Maybe you’re thinking about making the move to a different department? But do you know which other government departments are in your area? Come to our Discover Liverpool event to find out what opportunities await.
Would you like to improve your skills and competencies while helping to raise the aspirations of school children? Do you live near Crewe? Why not volunteer for our Inspiring Young People project? It gives students practical advice to help prepare them for the world of work, while providing you as a civil servant with a valuable opportunity to develop yourself.
Our next Attendance Management Discovery Event will be held at Warbreck House in Blackpool on 20 April 2016. We expect a high demand for places, so, if you can manage to attend and your amanager agrees - be sure to book your place early! The …
Human resources and talent professionals might be interested in two up-coming, free events being held in Leeds and Manchester.
Do you enjoy talking to people? Do you want to find out how the Civil Service is improving the way it delivers services to citizens in your community? Would you like to build on the skills you have and develop others? Why not become a reporter for Civil Service Local?
We'll be holding TWO Discovery Sessions about Smarter Working at the end of March - one in Kirkham on Wednesday 30 March and another in Manchester the next day, Thursday 31 March. Entitled “Transforming the Workplace", these sessions aim to inspire …
Join our next Discovery Session to learn more about Personal Resilience and Crisis Management
Can you commit to an 18 month programme? Are you also willing to commit some of your time to help deliver Civil Service reform in the north west of England? You may be eligible to apply for a Level 5 Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management. This is a university level, formally accredited and recognised qualification which you can study towards through Civil Service Local, in partnership with Joint Learning.
Have you considered becoming a foster carer? Do you have skills that would help young people? Are you interested in helping young people grow and develop? If the answer to any of these questions is ‘Yes’, then please read on . . .