Discussion in 'SMB' started by Wayne The Punk, Oct 12, 2018.
Cos they don’t have seats
Administrative officer, Executive Officer, Higher Executive Officer
Admin Officer, Executive Officer, Higher Executive Officer....
Think the last two are just O and H now?
O and HO is what they get called now, not sure what they are officially though.
I'm guessing Officer and Higher Officer
Yeah I'm an O
Ello Ello Ello
Cabinet Office offshoot up at Longbenton, AO job. Only basic DBS req'd which was done within a week, security clearance takes abit longer though which is probably the reason for your delay. Whats the AO job you got provo offered in mid-Jan, same dept as me?
Is there not a load of external recruitment atm because of Brexit? Office where I work, there seems to be a handful of new starters every week, and a few managers have been told that ‘we need x amount of people to transfer, if they can’t decide between themselves, then you decide.’
Thats the one. Know it?
Aye mate, know a few people that work there.
I’m cabinet office as well, got a few GRS staff in our office as well(tyneview Park).
I've worked in a few depts over the years, with mixed results. Decent enough place to be?
Cabinet office is canny mate, at least my department within that is.
From what i know of GRS it’ll be canny, mostly doing pre emp checks/running recruitment campaigns.
Not got your start date yet?
Champion, fingers crossed.
got an email yesterday saying all checks complete and they'd be in touch, so just waiting to hand my notice in at my current place.
Nice one, shouldn’t be too long then mate.
In my experience that can take between two weeks and a few months once you've been told checks are satisfactory, depending on the size of the recruitment /business area. Fingers crossed its the former.
They stand for commitment. They stand for audacity. They stand for courage in the face of danger!
The AO job I was offered last month was for a DWP pension role in Seaham, I have been been on a reserve list for it since June 2018, was surprised to get an email with a offer tbh.
What do people actually do generally as an average joe in the Civil Service like? I've nee idea.
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