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6 days ago

Java Developer SEO

Department for Work & Pensions London, England

You will have outstanding skills and be ready to quickly get to work within an agile multi-disciplinary team of Developers, Designers, and… universalJobmatch


14 days ago

DWPDIG/5/15 - Java Developer SEO

Department for Work and Pensions London, England

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26 days ago

DWP/572/15 Interaction Designer

Department for Work and Pensions London, England

a front end developer and a business analyst, for a given digital service… Department for Work and Pensions


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  • A good experience of seeing how government works and whether or not a full-time job in the civil service interests you.

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    Pros

    You get to see the inner workings of government, and how stories that will eventually make the news headlines are managed inside government. There are also potential secondment opportunities in other government departments, private office, and visits to the houses of parliament if you are able to get in contact with the right people. However, the extent of this is dependent upon your line manager. The placement will also be paid, unlike many other private sector internships.

    Cons

    As this was a placement, the level of responsibility given is quite low. However, this is probably best if this is your first experience in a workplace. Also, unlike in much of the private sector, you will not be offered a job of the back of such an internship, with all potential civil service employees having to go through formal channels, such as the fast stream. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but you need to be aware that such a placement will not necessarily give you a huge advantage in getting a job in the civil service full time. If you have political views, it can also be frustrating being in an environment in which you are expected to maintain neutrality.

    Advice to Management

    Overall management of the placement was very good, and most colleagues were kind and helpful.


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