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Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Jobs at Directgov

Directgov is one of the most popular government websites with about 26 million visits a month. It’s an organisation that puts time and money into finding new ways of delivering public services using digital media. Find a job at Directgov and read how working at Directgov gives you flexible working and plenty of career support.

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Why work for Directgov?

Working at Directgov gives you the chance to work on the UK’s official website. You’ll be making a real difference to your fellow citizens by helping provide a digital service that’s helpful and easy to use.

Your working hours

Working at Directgov allows you to work flexibly to balance your work and personal life. You’ll benefit from:

  • up to 30 days annual leave plus public holidays and 2.5 extra days a year
  • family friendly policies including part time and part year contracts, generous maternity, paternity and adoption leave and a childcare vouchers scheme
  • flexible working hours whenever possible, varying your start and finish times
  • 24 hour access to confidential advice, counselling and legal services
  • tax free donations to charity through your pay packet
  • gym and canteen facilities

Your career

Working at Directgov will give you career support with:

  • a formal induction
  • clear work objectives and development plans
  • a chance to develop your talent through a formal ‘talent framework programme’
  • training and development programmes for managers and leaders

Other job vacancies

You can search for vacancies in government departments, executive agencies and certain non-departmental public bodies on the Civil Service website. You can also find out more about working in the Civil Service.

See ‘public sector careers’ if you’re interested in a job in:

  • a local council
  • teaching
  • the NHS
  • the emergency services
  • the armed forces

For other jobs, Jobcentre Plus has one of Britain’s largest databases of vacancies. For advice on looking for work and applying for a job, see the jobseekers section.

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