Top 10 reasons why you should work at the Cabinet Office
With nearly 7000 employees, the Cabinet Office is at the centre of the Civil Service and offers a wide variety of benefits to its employees. 1: The H...
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Deliver the Prime Ministers’ and Cabinet’s priorities at the Cabinet Office
Are you interested in tackling some of the biggest challenges facing the country and making a real difference to people’s lives? Cabinet Office supports the Prime Minister and ensures the smooth running of government - from developing policy, to modernising public services. We welcome talented people from all backgrounds with the skills and the commitment to build a career in the Civil Service.
At the heart of this are our Cabinet Office values. We all commit to: 1) treating everyone with Respect, 2) actively Collaborate, and 3) build Trust.
Work at the Centre of Government
Cabinet Office is a vibrant, modern and exciting place to work, attracting a diverse workforce which represents the people we serve. Our main offices are in London, but we have staff based around the UK.
The Cabinet Office Purpose is:
To maintain the integrity of the Union, co-ordinate the security of the realm and sustain a flourishing democracy;
To support the design and implementation of HM Government’s policies and the Prime Minister’s priorities; and
To ensure the delivery of the finest public services by attracting and developing the best public servants and improving the efficiency of government.
Treat everyone with Respect … actively promote inclusion, give everyone a voice and value all contributions
Build Trust … recognise expertise, empower people within and beyond our organisation
Actively Collaborate … build strong relationships and partner across boundaries
The Civil Service Code sets out our core values and the standards of behaviour expected of all civil servants:
The Civil Service is at its best when it reflects the diversity of the country as a whole and is able to understand what the public needs. When people from diverse backgrounds are involved in creating the public services we all rely on, we get better services that work for everyone. For these reasons, the is taking targeted action to tackle underrepresentation, especially in the Senior Civil Service.
Specifically to the Cabinet Office, we have undergone significant change since 2010. Business Units and Corporate Services have been considering the impact of the Equality Act on the delivery of units’ business objectives.
As an employer, the Cabinet Office is committed to the Civil Service ambition to become the UK’s most inclusive employer by 2020. We will continue to:
As an inclusive employer we will not tolerate discrimination. Our HR policies are fully inclusive of all staff regardless of:
List of all the benefits that Cabinet Office are offering their employees. Benefits may vary depending on role, location and length of service.
"Cabinet Office provides many challenges and interesting areas of work, a supportive and inclusive culture, a strong ethos of the importance of a good work life balance and for me, most importantly, opportunities to develop my career."
— Rajeshri Patel