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We work secretly overseas, developing foreign contacts and gathering intelligence that helps to make the UK safer and more prosperous.
The Adjutant General's Corps (AGC) is one of the largest Corps in the British Army and provides support in the form of Combat Human Resources Specialists, Military Police, Military Provost Staff, Military Provost Guard Service, Educational and Training Services and Army Legal Services.
We rely on the skills and capabilities of our people to achieve our objectives and serve our customers. That’s why we’re committed to developing, training and helping you be the best that you can be. You’ll get at least 5 days learning and development every year.
A fast-moving, professional organisation that is challenging, dynamic, exciting and fulfilling where you can gather experience and expertise in any skill.
The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) is an agency of the Ministry of Justice. Our aim is to protect the public and reduce the risk of re-offending by managing offenders effectively, both in prison and out in the community.
Think about the most important things that make our society run - the Public Sector will have something to do with almost all of them.
Working in the public sector means you’ll be able to develop a career that has a real impact on how the country is run. The variety is huge, taking in everything from the police force to hospitals through to museums, and to local and central government. Top employers within the public sector include the BBC and the NHS, and the sector employs around 5.5 million people in the UK.
Your local council, for example, incorporates a range of positions, from the people who tend to parks, to those who work in sports facilities. These type of jobs are all about providing the public with the services required to keep our societies running.
As a job sector it offers a wide range of different careers, with hundreds of professions to choose from – many with the added bonus of helping communities and/or individuals to thrive.
Other benefits to working in the public sector include a generous pension, the availability of flexitime, and the opportunity to train and progress quickly within your particular industry.
Jobs in the public sector may be subject to changing government policies, but it's generally a secure sector to work in. The variety of job roles you can have makes it appealing to a wide range of people with a variety of skills.
There are is a huge amount of variety within the public sector – including within the following areas: