Cabinet Office Jobs & Careers in London, England

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30+ days ago

Digital Transformation Manager

Cabinet Office London, England

digital by default principle is embraced and exemplified. It?s the chance to develop best practice standards that can be shared with other… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Product Managers

Cabinet Office London, England

of applications. Both roles will help to transform the future of millions of people. Whether you are delivering the online projects that are key to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Service Director

Cabinet Office London, England

experience of driving digital transformation to ensure we deliver a high quality user experience between people and democracy. Your remit will… Glassdoor


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    I have been working at Cabinet Office full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good work life balance, opportunity for growth if self motivated.

    Cons

    Very hierarchical, with significant amounts of siloed working. Often a need to navigate poor/unclear internal governance processes.

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    Needs much more thought on HR beyond a conveyor belt of hires: there is no thought about how a career should be structured to attract, train and retain staff. Too much reliance on the civil service fallacy of generalists.

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