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4 days ago

Security Industry Authority Board Member

Home Office London, England

Security Industry Authority Board Member Remuneration: 9,160 per annum Time Commitment: Thirty six days per annum Location: Central London The… Adzuna

25 days ago

Director General, Her Majestys Passport Office

Home office London, England

Her Majestys Passport Office is a large national operation responsible for processing millions of passport applications every year and overseeing the… Adzuna

22 days ago

Director General, HM Passport Office (SCS Pay Band 3)

Home Office Belfast, Northern Ireland +7 locations

Job Title: Director General, HM Passport Office Grade: Senior Civil Service (SCS) Pay Band 3 Salary: This post is set within the SCS Pay Band… Glassdoor

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Home Office Permanent Secretary Mark Sedwill
Mark Sedwill
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    Can be interesting, hours are antisocial and long.

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    Current Employee - Border Force Officer in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Border Force Officer in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Home Office full-time (more than an year)


    The salary is very good.
    Work with an extremely diverse workforce.
    Excellent pension scheme.
    Opportunity to join different teams.
    Undertaking casework is interesting - use problem-solving and analysis skills and employ sound judgement when making decisions.


    Extremely anti-social hours.
    This leads to a poor work-life balance.
    Work can sometimes be monotonous.
    Can sometimes feel a bit nepotistic, and success can sometimes be based on who you know rather than what you know.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a keener interest in the well-being of your staff. Cutting breaks etc does not positively affect morale or efficiency.

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