Blogs from experienced civil servants
Here you can read blogs from people who've spent much of their career in the civil service, and why they think it's a great place to work.
Thomas Dufall, Age 25, works in The Met Office (BEIS) as a Software Developer. Read their story below.
Maqsood, 46, joined the Civil Service in 2005 and has held various roles since.
Siobhan Russell, 37, works in the Department: Crown Prosecution Service, Magistrates’ Court Unit, West Midlands as a Crown Prosecutor. Read their story here.
Ashley Robinson, 39 works in the Home Office as an Assistant Director. Read their story below.
Suzanne Hanna, 48, works in the Department for Work and Pensions as an Operational Leader. Read their story below.
Martine Vatcher works in Asylum and Protection - FHRU (HMPO) as a Resourcing Consultant. Read their story below.
I wasn’t given much encouragement at school. Just the opposite really. Now I’m on the Fast track scheme, managing a contract for over 6,000 apprentices. To prove people wrong has been a big driver.
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