Administrative officer in Belfast
Productive and fun workplace!
I would give this job salary 5/5 if they paid us £15 h/r. This job requires auditing, accounting, data input, excellent eye for detail and you must pay attention to everything you do. This is the government and you are paid to do a job right!Work / Life balance is excellent. Management will be lenient if you having existing priorities. Where applicable they can offer A/L at short notice and encourage you to take it. This job is not for anyone who dislikes hard work!You must be intelligent, motivated to serve the public and a person of whom gets satisfaction from improving peoples lives.The people who work there really care, are extremely helpful and will have you laughing until the end of your shift!
executive officer computer programmer in east sussex
Depends what govt department you work in...
Hardest part of the job - when you get a manager who you really don't like. Many departments work with the general public. You often work in huge offices.
Senior Executive Officer - Stakeholder Engagement and Projects in London, Greater London
Exciting opportunity to be at the heart of government.
Large organisation with all the flaws that this brings. Majority of people are hard working, objective, serving the government of the day. Hours can be long but rewarding. Chance to make a real difference to people's lives
Administrative Officer in Telford
I would advocate working for the Civil Service, in my experience it is a fair and open environment to work in, good support network and friendly. Average wage in line with role and flexible working pattern available.
Civil Servant - Caseworker in Liverpool, Merseyside
Great inclusive environment
Inclusive culture and friendly workplace to be a part of
Support from management to progress
I felt like I was contributing and making a difference there