The Civil Service is the inclusive employer that welcomes your individual strengths and capabilities. It’s our job to support the government in their commitments and deliver high quality services for the public. Essentially, we’re here to develop and implement government policy, keeping the UK prosperous and secure. We are 420,000 people, bringing a diverse range of interests and abilities, united by a strong sense of purpose.
For you, we offer the perfect place to build a more fascinating career in anything from Finance to Diplomacy, Health, Science or Technology. Through Civil Service Fast Stream – our award-winning graduate programme for visionaries, creative thinkers, agile minds and problem solvers – you’ll benefit from structured development, high-quality learning and responsibility from day one. Plus, you’ll shape the decisions that touch all of our lives. Whatever your background, it’s your fastest route to real leadership, and your chance to do brilliant things.
Apply today at https://www.faststream.gov.uk/
Voted Best Public Sector Graduate Employer 2017
Did you know?
We are committed to recruiting people from a range of different backgrounds, and our programmes have won multiple awards for diversity and inclusivity.
We’re changing along with British society to reflect the communities we serve. Our record of diversity and inclusion puts us head and shoulders above most organisations. We are proud of our award-winning diversity internships too, EDIP and SDIP. We actively support those with additional requirements both during selection and in the workforce.
Tips for applying
We’re changing along with British society, to reflect the communities we serve. In the Fast Stream, talented individuals living with a disability or health condition are supported during our assessment process, and throughout their Civil Service career.
- We operate a Guaranteed Interview Scheme In addition, we operate a Guaranteed Interview Scheme. If you have a disability and meet the minimum qualifying criteria for your chosen scheme, you may choose to skip part of the first stage of the assessment process.