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Department for Education

Department for Education

Help us achieve world-class education, training and care for everyone, whatever their background.

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Whether you're just starting out, or an experienced professional, we have what you are looking for. Jobs include administration, policy advisers, digital, finance, commercial specialists and many more.

You'll help shape the future of education, training and social care, by working with industry and education leaders to develop policies and services.

We have offices across England, including in Manchester, Sheffield, London, Darlington, Nottingham and Coventry.

We offer part-time, term-time and flexible working patterns, including working from home. You'll be able to shape your own learning and development with plenty of options available, and get involved with work across government, as well as in your local community. You can use your paid volunteer days to take on projects that matter to you.

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We are regularly on the lookout for new and talented people committed to making a difference. To see where you fit, explore our jobs and find out more about the impact you could have.

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Diversity & Inclusion

At Department for Education, we are a community that works to achieve a highly-educated society in which opportunity is equal for all, no matter what their background or family circumstances.

Our New Diversity and Inclusion Strategy launched on Monday 15 January 2018, has set out our aims to help us become one of the most diverse employers to work for in the UK.

We don’t have a set ‘mould’ of what a Civil Servant should look like. We welcome anyone who shares our values and has the skills we need to make the difference that we want to make. 

At Department for Education we aim to set an example as an equal opportunities employer. A diverse and representative workforce enables us to deliver our business objectives.

Working With Us

We recognise that many people have responsibilities outside of work, and so promote and support the use of a range of flexible working patterns to enable staff to balance home and work responsibilities. Whether you want to work part time or need to come into the office a little later on certain days so you can do the school run, we are a very flexible employer, and more importantly, we treat people fairly irrespective of their working arrangements.

As committed to the education of the country’s children and young adults, we are equally committed to the development of our own. Our Department focuses on helping each individual reach their potential, and offers many different opportunities from apprenticeships and talent schemes to mentoring and coaching.

Benefits at Department for Education

List of all the benefits that Department for Education are offering their employees. Benefits may vary depending on role, location and length of service.

  • Accessible Buildings
  • Season Ticket Loans
  • Cycle2Work
  • Flexible Working
  • Job Share
  • Generous Annual Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Part-time Working Opportunities
  • Additional Annual Leave for Length of Service
  • Access to a Number of Diversity Networks and Groups
  • Career Progression Leadership Schemes Through All Stages
  • Career Progression and Opportunities for Roles Across the Civil Service
  • Flexible Retirement Age
  • Salary Advances Policy
  • Employer Funded Professional Subscriptions
  • Long Service Award – Lunch with Permanent Secretary
  • Generous Maternity and Adoption Leave
  • 3 Weeks’ Paid Paternity Leave
  • Competitive Pension, with average employer pension contributions of 20.9%e
  • Flexi-Time
  • Payroll Charity Giving Scheme

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DfE recognises the benefits that digital technologies can bring to the millions of people who use our services on an annual basis and we are committed to investing in improving our...

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