Looking for a new job? They’re now hiring for the new Cabinet Office posts in York
The process to recruit staff for new Cabinet Office posts based in York will begin this week.
Work has begun to fill the first 19 civil service roles.
The news follows an announcement earlier this year that around 200 roles from the Cabinet Office would move to York over the next four years.
The department is responsible for the execution of a wide range of government policy and employs almost 8,000 people across the UK, 400 of whom are already based in York.
The first phase of recruitment features a wide range of policy and analytical roles, including a programme manager and a business analyst.
The roles coming to York
Salaries range from £23,850 (UK security vetting recruitment coordinator) to £60,500 (head of reporting, head of diversity and inclusion).
You can see them all here
Those interested in applying for the roles can also access more details on how to apply for civil service roles here
Apprenticeship vacancies in policy and project management will also be offered and candidates will not require any previous civil service experience to apply.
Ian Floyd, chief operating officer at City of York Council, said: “York is world renowned for its heritage and culture, and the Cabinet Office’s decision to re-locate jobs to York, as part of its wider programme to move civil servants out of London, is a vote of confidence in our city.”
Cabinet Office permanent secretary Alex Chisholm said: “I am pleased we are growing our presence in York as part of our drive to move civil service roles out of London.
“These roles provide an exciting opportunity to work on important issues right at the heart of government and I encourage anyone with the experience we are looking for to apply.”