Health Education England
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    Health Education England website
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25 jobs


Salary estimated from 11.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 39 reviews and is evolving.



Project Support Officer in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 5 March 2020
Productive, fast changing environment
Hard work ethic expected to produce the required results, with a very high level of confidentiality at all times. Flexible working available at appropriate times of the year.
Quality, Patient Safety & Commissioning Officer in London, Greater London
on 22 October 2021
Good place to work
I worked at HEE in London for almost 20 years. I enjoyed my time there and only left because I moved out of London and did not want to travel almost 2 hours each way to work every day. The WFH choice was not available to my grade at the time and felt I needed to concentrate on my young daughter and would not have been able to do this due to the added travel time. The working environment is very supportive and development is widely encouraged. My managers were great and very approachable. I made some great lifelong friends there too.
Regional communications manager in North West
on 3 June 2021
Amazing team and culture
The team I work in is simply amazing. Regardless of position everyone comes together and supports each other. There is always someone willing to help out if you have a problem, the supportive culture is unlike anywhere else I’ve worked. They take the values to heart and embody them on a daily basis.
Senior Recruitment Consultant/ Administrator in England
on 12 March 2021
Senior recruitment administrator
The role ended due to lockdown. There was little training, just thrown in the deep end from day one. Most of the employees are unhappy would not recommend
Administrator in Midlands and East
on 10 February 2021
Awesome IF you have a good manager
It is public sector so salary could be better but is contemporary with other public sector organisations. The culture is good overall but alot comes down to whether or not you have a good manager as so much is down to their discretion. There are loads of training opportunities but getting permission for secondments is hard and there are very few band 6 roles compared to band 5s so most people leave after then.In COVID our jobs are secure and they are promoting wellbeing but disabilities are poorly supported and mental health is not even discussed.

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